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About Tyler, Texas

Tyler, Texas is a vibrant community in Northeast Texas. It was named for President John Tyler, who is responsible for admitting Texas into the country; and the town has blossomed from its original size of a grid of nine streets - into a community of over 100,000 residents.
Tyler, Texas has a rich history, which is celebrated in the town’s historic districts and numerous museums. One of those sites is the Goodman-LeGrand House & Museum. Built in 1859, the house tells the story of several Texas families who made the house their home. Surrounded by beautiful landscaping and a plethora of roses and azaleas, the Goodman Museum is a great place to sit back, relax, and enjoy a story or two from Tyler’s past.

Speaking of roses, Tyler, Texas is known as the Rose Capitol of the United States. The Rose Garden and Garden Center are popular destinations for residents and visitors alike. The Center provides an exquisite venue for weddings, reunions, and the Garden’s beauty practically begs visitors to take memorable photos. The Rose Museum is also on site, telling the history of the Texas Rose Festival, a tradition since 1933

In addition to the Texas Rose Festival, Tyler features many events and attractions throughout the year. Whether you are looking for quality shopping, scoping out the restaurant scene, hitting the trails for a hike, or attending a concert or other arts performance, you won’t be bored in Tyler… unless you choose to stay home.

Don’t miss out on all Tyler, Texas has to offer. It’s not just big on history; it’s big on local residents and visitors creating memories today!
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