Visit Tyler



Tyler TX Rose Garden
Tyler Rose Garden

Tyler TX Goodman LeGrand House & Museum
Goodman LeGrand House & Museum

Azalea & Spring Flower Trail

Visit Tyler, Texas where you’ll have a bloomin’ good time! Tyler, known as the Rose Capital of America, is the perfect destination for your next group tour. Here you’ll find a bouquet of possibilities. Stroll the brick streets of the Azalea & Charnwood Districts and Downtown; visit unique boutique shops, and don’t miss the roses! Notable events include: Tyler Rose Season/Texas Rose Festival, Rose City Christmas, Azalea & Spring Flower Trail and more!

Member: ABA, NTA, TTA, Boomers in Groups (BIG), Select Traveler, Going on Faith (GOF)

Nearby Attractions that Influence Group Travel:

  • 1859 Goodman LeGrand Home & Museum
  • Caldwell Zoo
  • American Freedom Museum
  • The Center for Earth & Space Science Education on the Tyler Junior College Campus
  • Times Square Grand Slam (Family Entertainment Complex)
  • New York Texas Zip Line Adventures
  • Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Park 
  • Discovery Science Place
  • Historic Aviation Museum
  • East Texas Oil Museum
  • Tyler Rock Gym
  • Texas State Railroad
  • Tyler Rose Garden & Museum
  • R. Don Cowan Fine & Performing Arts Center

Downtown Tyler Visitor Center & Gift Shop

Type: DMO
Tour Services:

  • Attractions
  • Lodging
  • Theater
  • Brochures
  • Dining/Banquet
  • Slides/Photos
  • Shopping
  • Step-on-Guide
  • Itinerary Planning
  • Miniature Rose Bushes for each person (overnight groups only)
  • Tyler Candles or Coffee Packets for Daytrippers

Visit Tyler

Susan Travis, TDM, CTE
VP, Tourism/Servicing
110 N. College Ave., Ste. 105
Tyler, Texas 75702
Phone: (903) 595-7229
Fax: (903) 592-1268


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