Tyler, Texas

Tucked serenely in beautiful East Texas, Tyler is home to some of the state’s most bountiful rose gardens and blooming azaleas—not to mention historical homes that will blow you away.

We know right now, travel plans have changed for millions, and many might not be ready to travel. We want to encourage you to keep dreaming. When you’re ready, we’re here to help you plan your group event in Tyler that will be both safe and refreshing after a hard couple of months.

Grab a Bite

Tyler has restaurants to suit any taste. Sink your teeth into a smoky rack of ribs at Stanley’s Famous BBQ Pit, have lunch at The Potpourri House where locals rave about the salad bar and gift shop, or grab a cup of joe in Downtown Tyler.

Arts and Culture

Jump into the arts and culture scene in Tyler with live performances and local art. Visitors enjoy touring museums and historic homes throughout town including the Goodman-LeGrand House & Museum, The American Freedom Museum, and more!

Rose Season

October is Rose Season. All month long, Tyler celebrates budding beds of roses with workshops, garden tours, and other festivities culminating in the pinnacle event: Texas Rose Festival.

Azalea and Spring Flower Trail

In Spring, the roses take a back seat to azaleas. The Azalea and Spring Flower Trail traces its roots back to the 1930s. Two trails wind through ten miles of historic homes and gardens with blooming bushes and fresh flowers.

Group Tour Services

In Tyler, we roll out the red carpet for your group. Services include step-on guides, customized itinerary planning, VIP welcome, welcome receptions, and rose bushes or Tyler Candles for overnight groups.

For more information, contact Susan Travis at 903-595-7229, stravis@tylertexas.com. Or, visit visittyler.com