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Rose Capital of the World

Uncovering Tyler

Tyler is an ideal destination for the romantics as it is the biggest supplier of roses in the country. The city also houses the beautiful Tyler Municipal Rose Garden spanning across 14 acres of land. The best time to explore  garden is from May to October. Flowers are also the focal point of two festivals organized in Tyler; the Rose Festival in the month of October and the Azalea & Spring Flower Trail held in the month of March.

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Know More about Tyler

Tyler is the main city of the Tyler Metropolitan Statistical Area and the county seat of Smith County. The city has a population of 108,000 residents approximately. The large volumes of roses produced in the area led to the nickname of Tyler ‘Rose Capital of the World.’ The city is also home to the largest rose garden in America.

Tyler is a regional hub of educational and technology and is home to over 20,000 higher education students, an engineering college, a University Health Science Center, two hospital systems and a host of technology startups.

Popular Tourist Attractions

Caldwell Zoo – Spread across 85 acres of land, Caldwell Zoo features a variety of fauna from all around the world giving wildlife lovers the perfect reason to grab some low-cost flights to Tyler. The zoo is also associated with many breeding projects. Some of the animals born in the zoo include black rhinoceros, reticulated giraffes, jaguars, flamingoes, anteaters and many others. The zoo also took part in the first cheetah born with artificial insemination. The zoo is also breeding African penguins.

Tyler Rose Garden – The rose garden is the most prominent tourist point in the city. It also serves as the doorway to Tyler Municipal Rose Garden. The garden is open 7 days a week.

Tyler State Park - Tyler State Park is one of the most scenic sites in the city. It offers plenty of activities for the visitors to indulge in such as swimming, hiking, biking, fishing, birding, picnicking, nature study, etc. The park also features showers, shelters, an amphitheater, a grocery store and much more.

Tiger Creek Wildlife Refuge – Spanning across 150 acres, this wildlife refuge is home to more than 40 rescued big cats. Visitors also get to learn about Panthera Tigris, the feline species. The facility also provides information to the visitors on how they can participate in the conservation of the many species found here.

Discovery Science Place - Discovery Science Place is one of the most popular tourist points in the city. The place features a variety of events, programs and exhibits that provide entertainment and education to the visitors. Because of the interactive exhibits, Discovery Science Place is a great spot for the visitors of all ages to learn more about the world.

Tyler Museum of Art: With the aim of promoting art through education and extensive workshops – this museum showcases art of local and international artists.

Kiepersol Estates Vineyards & Winery: This award-winning wine estate is known for producing artisan wines finely crafted by the locals and captures old style world. 

Cotton Belt Depot Museum: This museum is dedicated to showcasing history of St. Louis Southwestern Railroad and how it was built to transport cotton to Big Sandy in Texas.

The McClendon House: Also known as the Whitaker McClendon House, this is one of the finest examples of living history museum that displays artifacts from the antebellum period.  

Texas rose Horse Park: If you fancy horse-riding events then, head to Texas Horse Rose Park that hosts equine events including including Hunter/Jumper Shows, top-rated Dressage Shows, Horse Trial Events, and Breed Shows.


Getting Around in the City

Tyler offers numerous options as local transportation –

  • Bus
  • Taxi
  • Shuttle

Other Popular Cities to Visit

  • Chicago
  • New Orleans
  • Fort Lauderdale
  • Detroit
  • Austin

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Apart from the ones we have mentioned above, there is no denying to the fact that there are many attractions left that can be explored – Tiger Creek Wildlife Refuge, Discovery Science Place, Smith County Historical Society Museum, Historic Aviation Memorial Museum, Center of Earth & Space Science Education, amongst many others.


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