Bryan, College Station and Texas A&M University have been named the host community for the 2025-26 Texas Amateur Athletic Federation Games of Texas.
As the City of Bryan gets closer to the official 150th anniversary of incorporation, we continue to add more information to the celebration’s website. Now, an interactive, media-rich timeline of the first half of Bryan’s history is now available.
Go to 150.bryantx.gov/timeline/ to check it out.
The timeline includes a narrative history of the City of Bryan and allows you to explore important points in time, view photos and artifacts from those time periods, watch videos, listen to interviews and oral histories and more.
This first half of the timeline tells Bryan’s story from a time before there was a “Bryan” up to 1930. The second half of the timeline, from 1931 to today, will launch in September.
Keep an eye out for news on two exciting 150th Anniversary activities that are coming soon:
- In-person walking history tours of historic Downtown Bryan, courtesy of Destination Bryan. Signups will open the week of Aug. 16, and spaces are limited.
- The 150 Collection, a museum-style exhibition featuring more than 30 historical items donated or lent to the City of Bryan for the 150th This collection will be displayed at Clara B. Mounce Public Library and the Carnegie History Center.
Find out more about the City of Bryan’s 150th anniversary celebrations at 150.bryantx.gov.