Tyler Pounds Regional Airport’s mission is to provide a safe, secure, and exceptional regional airport facility that will support the needs of the commercial and general aviation related business in an efficient and highly responsive approach. It also home to the Historic Aviation Memorial Museum and Sky’s the Limit Diner.
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.
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
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!
The largest Confederate Prisoner of War Camp west of the Mississippi River during the American Civil War.
Local military museum featuring real military aircraft, historical memorabilia, hands-on exhibits, and a real flight simulator.
15,000 square feet of galleries containing an amazing collection of over 600 artifacts and documents.
Brings the past to life with original furnishings, photographs and memorabilia dating from the mid-1800′s. FREE Admission!
One of the finest examples of Eastlake Bracketed Victorian Architecture remaining in East Texas.