Picnic areas, pavilion, restrooms, playground, baseball/softball field and a basketball/multipurpose court.
Small pocket park located near the CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Campus, features two picnic tables.
Crescent Park is bordered by Crescent Drive, Massey Drive and Harmony Street, and features a picnic area and playground.
This historic neighborhood park offers picnic areas, a playground, basketball and multipurpose courts.
This popular park features life-size bronze statues of children playing, a children’s story amphitheater, and a butterfly garden.
Picnic areas, tennis courts, playground, an amphitheater, and “Splasher” the Dolphin fountain sprayground.
Tyler State Park features a cool, 64-acre spring-fed lake, 100-foot tall trees, and historic structures.
Provides materials and resources for lifelong enrichment and education, universal literacy, and informed decision-making.
This 85-acre park has more than 2000 animals from 250 species from Africa, North and South America.
History of the azalea in Tyler, Texas, from it’s introduction in 1929 by one of the city’s earlier nurserymen.
Many large shade trees, beautiful azaleas and roses, and benches to rest and enjoy the beautiful setting.
World-famous Rose Garden featuring 14 acres, thousands of rose bushes and more than 200 varieties of roses. FREE ADMISSION!
Outdoor loop surrounding the downtown square; stone plaques commemorate significant people, places, or events.
On TJC campus in award-winning structure by architect E. Davis Wilcox, permanent collection includes Texas artists.
Texas Rose Festival history and memorabilia featuring fabulous costumes and items acquired since the first festival in 1933.
Home to the first 40’ Spitz nano-seam domed theatre in East Texas, features an immersive, full-dome video experience.
Dedicated to discovering, collecting and preserving data, records, and other items relating to the history of Smith County.
Features exhibits on a rotational basis; cornerstone of the growing downtown arts scene. FREE ADMISSION!
Hands-on family fun for kids of all ages, offering three exhibit halls for kids to explore.
Built in 1905, the depot has memorabilia, model trains, & operating layouts. FREE ADMISSION!