Tyler Texas Online

Tyler Online ... in the Heart of East Texas

This site is an online directory for Tyler travel, tourism, hotels, restaurants, shopping, attractions, weather, maps, government, education and recreation. It includes coverage of Tyler and much of East Texas for visitors traveling to Tyler, those attending conventions and business meetings, newcomers, and long-time residents.

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Tyler is the largest retail, medical, and business center in Upper East Texas. The city is known as the Rose Capital of America, and is home to the widely recognized Tyler Rose Garden. This is the nation's largest municipal rose garden, listed in Livability's top 10 most inspiring gardens in the USA.

Tyler is also the site of the annual Texas Rose Festival. The 87th Texas Rose Festival was scheduled for October 15-18, 2020 but has been cancelled due to COVID-19.

A highlight of each spring season in East Texas is the 10-mile long Tyler Azalea Trail guiding visitors through neighborhoods of quaint brick streets, historic homes, and residential gardens filled with blooming azaleas, dogwoods and tulips. The 61st Annual Azalea & Spring Flower Trail was scheduled for March 20 - April 5, 2020, although many of its events were cancelled due to COVID-19.

Dining in Tyler is a pleasure, with a wide spectrum of cuisine choices and restaurants, cafes and grills, from small local eateries to national chain restaurants.

Be sure to experience Tyler shopping! Most retail outlets and the mall are located along South Broadway Avenue, and nearby in Canton is the famous First Monday Trade Days.

The area features an active arts & cultural community, a modern easily accessible jetport, recreation on nearby Lake Tyler, and fishing, boating and camping on Lake Palestine coupled with a warm climate and low cost of living.

Tyler has the most often sought after requirements for quality living, such as low crime rate, affordable housing, state-of-the-art health care, abundant recreation, an active arts scene, and a variety of educational opportunities.

Tyler Texas Shopping

Tyler offers a diverse selection of shopping opportunities and venues, from regional shopping centers with local and national merchants to small locally-owned boutiques.

It is the largest retail center in East Texas, and the largest between Dallas and Shreveport. One of Tyler's major retail shopping corridors is along South Broadway including the new Village at Cumberland Park.

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Tyler restaurants, cafes, grills and other dining options

Tyler offers a wide variety of restaurants, cafes, grills and other dining venues, from small local eateries to national chain restaurants.

Enjoy our Tyler restaurant reviews, and information on new restaurants opening in the Tyler area including Abuelo's, Texas de Brazil, Freebirds World Burrito, Razzoo's Cajun Cafe, Saltgrass Steak House, Chuy's, Chipotle, Walk-ons Bistreaux, and others.

Dining & restaurants »

Azalea Trails
Tyler Azalea Trails and Spring Flower events

A highlight of each spring season in East Texas is the 10-mile long Tyler Azalea Trail guiding visitors through neighborhoods of quaint brick streets, historic homes, and residential gardens of blooming azaleas, dogwoods and tulips. . Included are two marked routes, the Lindsey Trail and the Dobbs Trail.

The 61st Annual Azalea & Spring Flower Trail was scheduled for March 20 - April 5, 2020.

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Things to Do
Things to do and places to go in Tyler

Tyler has a wide range of attractions to visit year-round for residents and tourists traveling to Tyler, as well as those attending business meetings and conventions.

Walk the Rose Rudman Trail, visit the planetariuim at TJC, explore Caldwell Zoo, take a stroll at the Tyler Rose Garden, or take in a concert at the Cowan Center. There's always lots to do in Tyler!

Things to do in Tyler »

Tyler hotel guide, hotel listings, hotel maps and lodging reviews

Tyler offers a variety of hotels, motels, inns, extended-stay suites, RV parks, and other accommodations situated near the major tourist, business, shopping, and medical centers of the city. Bed & Breakfasts around the Tyler area offer exceptional amenities and services. This site provides hotel listings, maps and hotel maps.

Tyler Hotel Guide »

Event Calendar
Tyler and East Texas event calendar

There's always a lot going on in Tyler and East Texas!

The Tyler Texas calendar lists events, conventions, conferences, shows, expos, festivals, fairs, art shows, parades, fund raisers and other special events in Tyler and across East Texas.

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Rose Garden
Tyler Rose Garden and the Texas Rose Festival

Established in 1952, the Tyler Municipal Rose Garden is the nation's largest rose garden, spanning 14 acres.

The gardens include over 38,000 rose bushes and over 600 different varieties, as well as reflecting pools, walkways and fountains. The gardens are a popular destination for both local residents and for visitors.

The 87th Texas Rose Festival has been cancelled and will resume in 2021.

Rose Garden & Parade »

Getting Around
Getting around Tyler's roads, highways and Toll Loop 49

Tyler is located in the geographical area of East Texas known as the "Piney Woods", about half-way between Dallas and Shreveport, and just south of the I-20 corridor.

U.S. 69 is the major north-south route through the city while Toll Loop 49 provides westbound access to I-20. U.S. 271 provides access to I-20 heading east to Shreveport.

Highways & Toll 49 »

Pounds Airport
Tyler Pounds Regional Airport location, airlines, flights, rental cars, parking

Tyler Pounds Regional Airport (airport code TYR) is a state-of-the-art airport providing jet service to cities worldwide via connections to DFW Airport.

Rebuilt in 2002, the airport features on-site parking, rental car facilities and easy access from of Tyler and East Texas. Flights are provided by American Eagle and Frontier Airlines.

Tyler Pounds Airport »

About Tyler
All about Tyler Texas

Tyler is the largest retail, medical, and business center in East Texas. It is also the Rose Capital of America and the location of the Tyler Rose Garden, the nation's largest municipal rose garden. This website provides information on a variety of Tyler topics, from tourism to education, from recreation to medical facilities. Tyler offers it all!

Learn more about Tyler »

Tyler Area Lakes
Lake Tyler and Lake Palestine in East Texas

In the Piney Woods Section of East Texas, there are over 30 lakes offering a variety of outdoor sports for vacations or weekends, including Lake Fork and Toledo Bend.

Lake Tyler and Lake Tyler East, situated adjacent to each other and connected via a canal, are located just east of Tyler, while Lake Palestine lies to the southwest.

Visit Lakes Tyler & Palestine »

Jobs and career opportunities in Tyler Texas

Tyler and the East Texas job market employ a large number of jobs and careers in the manufacturing, healthcare, education, grocery distribution, banking, retail business, information technology, communications, oilfield, petrochemical, natural gas, drilling, and refining job sectors.

Within the City of Tyler are located about 50,000 jobs, with a total of about 103,000 in Smith County.

Jobs & careers in Tyler »

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