Tyler, Texas... The REAL Rose of Texas
in the piney woods of East Texas, Tyler is recognized as the Rose
Capital of America. Home of the nation's largest municipal rose
garden, the Tyler Rose Garden features more than 30,000 rose bushes
with over four hundred varieties. The history of the rose and the
Texas Rose Festival are highlighted at the spectacular Tyler Rose
Roses are just one of the many attractions in Tyler. Visitors can
enjoy 27 area sporting lakes, championship golf courses and antique
Wildlife prevails at the 80-acre Caldwell Zoo and Brookshire's
World of Wildlife Museum and Country Store.
Experience southern hospitality at the antebellum Goodman Museum
or the historic Dewberry Plantation. Enjoy a glimpse into Victorian
life at the McClendon House or visit the more contemporary Tyler
Museum of Art. Children will enjoy the Discovery Science Place a
hands on children's museum and nature lovers will delight in the
natural beauty of Tyler State Park.
Celebrate the change of seasons with one of the many special events
including the Azalea and Spring Flower Trail, Festival on the Square,
Texas Rose Festival and more. Tyler has more than 2000 hotel and
bed and breakfast rooms and numerous dining options.
Tyler, Texas has something for everyone... Roses, wildlife, culture,
and family entertainment can all be found in our backyard.
For more Tyler, Texas travel information, please
call toll-free 1-800-235-5712 or visit www.tylertexas.com.
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Tyler Convention and Visitors Bureau
315 N. Broadway; Tyler, Texas 75702
Phone: 1-800-235-5712 (Toll-Free)