No school can match the athletic traditions of Texas A&M University. The superior athletes together with the famous Aggie Spirit combine to tell a story that is one of the most exciting and compelling in the nation.
The tradition of the 12th Man, the excitement of Kyle Field, the revelry of the historic Aggie Bonfire, and the resounding yells of the student body will come to life in a sports museum unlike any other in the nation.
It is fitting, too, that the new museum is located in the Bernard C. Richardson Zone at Kyle Field. The story of A&M’s men’s and women’s varsity sports is presented using photos, film, artifacts and computer databases for interactive displays for all visitors to the campus to enjoy free of charge.
The Texas A&M Sports Museum has the distinction of being the nation’s only all-sports museum funded primarily by former athletes.
“This is a wonderful opportunity for all Lettermen to honor their teammates who deserve special recognition in a space such as the Sports Museum of Texas A&M University,” said Jim Singleton, Museum Committee Chairman.
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Friday: 9am – 5pm
Saturday: 9am – Kick-off (Football Home Games Only)