The Bush Library saw Fourth of July revelers in record numbers, for it's Independence Day celebration.
Around 6,200 people visited the museum on Friday- the highest attendance ever recorded for the Fourth.
Library employees estimate that 15,000 people watched the fireworks show from the grounds around the library.
During the day, live music and historical characters like Lady Liberty and Ben Franklin entertained.
There was also no shortage of roasted corn and sausage on a stick courtesy of the Noon Lion's Club.
This is the 48th year for College Station's Independence Day party.
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