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Blooming with floral finery, Tyler’s green fingered industry has earned it a rosy reputation as America’s Rose Capital. Appropriately adorned with green and flowery spaces, the city’s picturesque brick streets house an array of delights too. From treasure hunting in antique shops and devouring Lone Star staples, to taking in a Broadway spectacle or a little art. Outside, shimmering lakes, idyllic golf courses, and hiking trails set the scene for some scenic recreation. Each year Tyler celebrates its sweet scented laurels with the Texas Rose Festival.

Things to see

The Tyler Museum of Art boasts a trove of over 1,500 works, including paintings, photographs, and sculptures. The permanent collection displays works from early Texan artists such as Porfirio Salinas and Jerry Bywaters, to contemporary creatives such as Joseph Glasco and William B. Montgomery. If a good retail therapy session is in order, grab the plastic and live it up at the Broadway Square Mall. Along with 80 stores packed with fashion favorites, eateries provide a quick refuel in-between splurging bouts. Cadwell Zoo is home to over 3,400 animals from around the world. Spread over 85-acres of replicated habitats, here you’ll see everything from the grand elephants and lions of the African Savanna, to the familiar critters of North America. The Tyler Municipal Rose Garden Center and Museum details the perfumed past and present of Tyler’s rose industry. After you’ve pondered the extensive rose memorabilia, antiques collection, and gift shop, you can take a turn in the museum’s idyllic rose garden itself.

Hotels in Tyler

Whether you want classical manor elegance or the familiar comfort of a modern chain name, there’s a huge choice of hotels in Tyler to choose from. Most of the city’s accommodation however comes in the form of the latter, giving you the option of an en-suite room or a family sized suite with separate living areas. Upscale, mid-range or budget, the motels and hotels in Tyler boast a slew of amenities, ranging from swimming pools, fitness facilities, and onsite restaurants, to business centers and meeting rooms. Standard in-room features include WiFi, cable television, microwaves, and refrigerators, whilst free parking and complimentary breakfasts are common place too.

Where to stay

A hotel in Tyler’s historic heart puts you amongst the best the city has to offer. Prettified with parks and anchored on Tyler’s main street, the downtown district serves as the city’s epicenter for business, arts, and culture. Here over 250 restaurants serve up Texan fare alongside global palate pleasers, whilst shops range from antique havens to big brand stores - many of which can be found along South Broadway Avenue. Downtown also see’s many of the city’s festivities, including the Festival on the Square. About 13 miles north from Tyler’s center, the city of Lindale provides a more country style stay.

How to get to Tyler

Tyler Pounds Regional Airport is the city’s nearest gateway, situated a convenient 3 miles away. Primarily serving 2 major hubs, both Dallas/Fort Worth International and Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport, connecting flights can be made from just about anywhere. Tyler is also reachable by bus, and almost reachable via the Amtrak train. The Greyhound bus makes a stop in downtown Tyler, whilst the Amtrak’s Texas Eagle makes a stop in Longview and Mineola, during its Chicago-Los Angeles Route. Tyler is easy to reach by car, with Interstate 20 running just north of the city.