Tyler is caught in the outer loop.
As soon as a building boom touched upon the city in 1957, it became encircled by the Texas State Highway Loop 323. All efforts to extend beyond the closed loop only led to history repeating with the construction of the State Highway Loop 49 to embrace the urban sprawl growing outside.
Hemmed in by the ring-roads, Tyler developed into a unique phenomenon and you need a stay there to understand its charms. From the lap of luxuries to cheap hotels in Tyler, all are available at Booked.net. Check them out with maps, photos and secure forms to book your stay.
As soon as you arrive in the city, Tyler will introduce you to a great paradox. Looking grimy with a cluster of roads around it, the city is an appealing escape from the urban buzz to a beautiful natural environment. The city is ranked as the Rose Capital of America for its rose-growing plantations. Tyler is one of the major rose vendors in America with about 20 percent of flower product exported from the area. In addition, the city hosts the Texas Rose Festival each October and also has a great variety of municipal rose gardens scattered within it.
Whether you start in Tyler with its green areas or something else, there is only one way to make your visit complete – a sightseeing tour. Attractions include;
Tyler Rose Museum, a showplace to beautiful roses and products related to the rose-growing industry
Tyler Municipal Rose Garden covers 14 acres of land with more than 400 rose varieties
Goodman Museum brings the past to life through various antique housed in the museum
Caldwell Zoo, more than 2000 animals on display
Dewberry Plantation, the oldest two-story structurelisted on the National Register of Historic Landmarks
Besides these, Tyler has abundance of cultural offerings from historic brick streets and an array of museums, galleries and antique shops. Along with opportunities like ballet, symphony and art, Tyler is enthusiastic about the sporting scene with active sport leagues.
In addition, Tyler keeps close links to The Kiepersol Estates Winery, a 33-acre vineyard. Established in 1998, the wine venture paid off with success and today Tyler is in the very heart of wine production, so you are welcome to taste and buy original bottled wines by Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Sangiovese, Syrah, Tempranillo, Mourvedre and so on.
For its cultural splendor the city of Tyler earned an America's best places to live award with more than 108,000 people living in. The locals are busy with advanced manufacturing, and service-oriented activities like health care and education.
There is something exceptional about life in Tyler that becomes clear only on your trip there with Booked.net.