• Fright Nights at the Palace Theater

    Haunted house at the Palace Theater in Downtown Bryan. Open October 20, 21, 27, 28, 31 and November 3. $10 admission

  • Third Thursday Art Step - Artoberfest

    Join us each Third Thursday evening for artist receptions, gallery openings and open art studios showcasing downtown's art & culture.

  • Zombie Pub Crawl in Downtown Bryan

    Tickets on sale now!

  • November First Friday

    Applications for November First Friday are open October 1 -15. Sign up today!

  • Wine & Wassail Holiday Sip & Shop Event

    Wine & Wassail tickets are on sale now! Click photo for more ticket details.

  • Queen Theatre Brick Pavers

    Did you know you can have your place in history in front of The Queen? Brick pavers are available for purchase in several sizes, and all proceeds benefit the restoration project!

Downtown Bryan

Cultural District

Welcome to Downtown Bryan - a Texas cultural district. Originally a railroad town, Downtown Bryan has distinguished itself as a place of vibrant art and merchant cultivation. Each street is lined with eclectic restaurants, shops, and art galleries that foster Downtown Bryan’s funky small town charm. Experience Downtown Bryan today!

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West 31st Street Murals

“Art strengthens communities, drives tourism, and fosters an environment of creativity and innovation. Through the West 31st Street Murals, we aim to engage the creative sector to capture the spirit of our city and to further the mission of the Downtown Bryan Association to create, cultivate, and showcase the commerce, culture, and community of our Downtown District by preserving the past and building a vibrant future.” ~Katie Neason, Co-Founder of West 31st St. Murals

The mother-daughter team of Renovation Wranglers, created the idea of gathering artists to enhance the appearance of the side of the Conlee-Garrett Moving and Storage building, located on West 31st Street in Downtown Bryan, through mural art. Artists from all over applied and submitted their ideas that celebrated the city’s past or present showcasing commerce, culture, and community. Five artists were then chosen through a selection committee and painting began June 4, 2017. Artists will paint through the summer months and the grand reveal will take place Friday, September 1, 2017, during First Friday.

Make sure you stop by the murals, take a picture and tag #west31ststreetmurals!

Artists: Sarah Shelton Blackmon, Tyler Kay Reichert, Calina Mishay Johnson, Mick Burson, and Cliff Collard

Photos by Infiniti Photo.

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