In May of 1991, former President George H.W. Bush elected to make Texas A&M University home to his Presidential Library. The site of the George Bush Presidential Library Complex, which houses the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, the 沃尔特和雷奥诺拉安嫩伯格总统会议中心, and the Bush School of Government and Public Service, consists of ninety acres on the West Campus of Texas A&M University. The conference center houses two auditoriums, three banquet spaces, the Political Science and Economics Library, the Bush School of Government and Public Service's Extended Education offices, and the George Bush Presidential Library Foundation offices. In March of 2003, the George Bush Presidential Conference Center was renamed the 沃尔特和雷奥诺拉安嫩伯格总统会议中心.
If you are looking for events hosted by the George & Barbara Bush Foundation, visit georgeandbarbarabush.org/events/
If you are looking for events hosted by the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum or at the Presidential Orientation Theater, visit bush41.org/events