O&M Observatory

360-Degree views from the 15th floor of the O&M Building

Student looking out the window in the O&M observatory

The O&M Observatory, located on the 15th floor of the Eller O&M building on the Texas A&M University campus, offers students, faculty, staff, and visitors a 360 degree view of the Bryan/College Station area and its weather.

Students in the department of Atmospheric Sciences, including undergraduates majoring in Meteorology, have used the O&M Observatory as a location for experiencing and learning about the local weather since the department was established in the Eller O&M building in 1973. Since then, the Observatory has brought students and faculty together, including for weather events such as the April 2019 EF-2 tornado in the Brazos Valley.

The O&M Observatory is also a point of pride in Aggieland, as it's addition to the building makes Eller O&M the tallest building between Houston and Dallas.