While the museum’s focus is on the Dog Horn (used to call hunting dogs), they have all kinds of calling horns and make many by hand, while also searching the world for antiques.
See one of Tyler’s most beautiful private gardens. The Pyron Garden has been featured in several publications including Southern Living and Texas Monthly.
Relaxation customized for your unique body. From massage to craniosacral bodywork to Tyler’s first Sensory Deprivation Therapy.
Located in the Plaza Tower in the heart of Downtown Tyler, the Visitor Center includes an information center, retail shop, podcast studio, and artwork from local artists.
Enjoy the experience of a Boutique Style Garden Center in a Park-like Setting!
Queen Anne, Tudor Revival, Classical Revival, Colonial Revival, Craftsman, and Ranch style residences dating back to the 1860s.
Mid-February to March, see millions of golden daffodils scattered over 28 acres just outside Gladewater.
This “saving the past for the future” museum is chock full of items from yesteryear.
Local and state history on display. Open Tuesday-Friday, 10am-4pm
Historic cemetery dating back to 1846; burial place of many of Tyler’s most prominent citizens.
Tyler State Park features a cool, 64-acre spring-fed lake, 100-foot tall trees, and historic structures.
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.
Over 200 varieties of roses available for shipping directly to your door. Highest quality and knowledgeable customer service.
Leading producer and wholesaler of garden roses. Superior breeding, extraordinary roses.
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.