About TylerIncorporated in 1846, Tyler was named for President John Tyler, who was instrumental in bringing Texas into the Union. The area is well known for its field-grown rosebushes, which are sold internationally.
The Goodman–LeGrand House & Museum, housed in an 1859 house, displays 19th-century medical paraphernalia, antebellum artifacts and period furniture; phone (903) 531-1286.
In October, stop and smell the roses at the Texas Rose Festival. Don't miss the coronation of the Rose Queen!
Visitor Centers Tyler Area Convention and Visitors Bureau 315 N. Broadway Ave. Tyler, TX 75702. Phone:(903)592-1661 or (800)235-5712
AAA’s in-person hotel evaluations are unscheduled to ensure the inspector has an experience similar to that of members. To pass inspection, all hotels must meet the same rigorous standards for cleanliness, comfort and hospitality. These hotels receive a AAA Diamond designation that tells members what type of experience to expect.
Members save up to 10% and earn Honors points when booking AAA rates!Hampton Inn & Suites@The Village at Cumberland Park
8962 S Broadway Ave. Tyler, TX 75703