Brazos Valley African American Museum
500 East Pruitt Street, Bryan, Texas 77803
phone 979-775-3961 fax 979-779-6373 firstname.lastname@example.org
There are no upcoming special events. Be on the lookout for the next one! In the meantime, come see our current exhibit, Food for the Soul: A Feast of Art, as well as items in our permanent collection.
Interested in Volunteering?
The Brazos Valley African American Museum is looking for volunteers from the community. We need people interested in our work at the museum. Volunteer opportunities range from acting as docents, presenting on behalf of the museum to schools, and helping with internal museum operations. To volunteer, please fill out this form.
The Brazos Valley African American Museum chronicles the tragedies and triumphs of African American life from ancient civilization to the present, while also focusing on histories of local churches, families, and schools. We are committed to maintaining the integrity of black art and artifacts. The primary objective of the museum is to portray the struggles and accomplishments of our ancestors, especially to our youth. The public is invited to visit and examine the artifacts, browse our historical records, participate in group visits, and utilize our educational resources. Visitors also have the opportunity to delve into genealogical records, attend lectures, workshops, and preforming arts programs.