This site is a comprehensive directory for Tyler travel, tourism, hotels, restaurants, shopping, attractions, news, weather, maps, government, and recreation. Tyler is the largest retail, medical, and business center in East Texas.
We cover Tyler and much of East Texas for visitors traveling to Tyler, those attending Tyler conventions and business meetings, newcomers, and long-time residents.
Tyler offers a variety of hotels, motels, inns, extended-stay suites, RV parks, bed & breakfasts, and other accommodations situated near the major tourist, business and medical centers of the city.
Tyler hotel and motel listings, hotel maps, reviews, pricing ...
Tyler features a wide spectrum of restaurants serving traditional American fare, Mexican, Italian, Bar-B-Que, hamburgers, seafood, Asian, and more.
In the past year, many new restaurants have opened on South Broadway, including Chuy's Mexican Restaurant, Chipotle Mexican Grill at the mall, Panera Bread and Moolah Burgers.
Other new dining options include the Corner Bakery Cafe, Lago del Pino on the Old Chandler Highway, and ZaZa's Modern Italian Restaurant on Old Jacksonville Highway.
Plus, don't miss the best of Tyler, like Stanley's Bar-B-Cue Restaurant on Beckham Avenue.
Tyler Restaurant Listings & Map, and Restaurant Opening News ...
|It's crawfish season in Tyler and East Texas!
Some folks call 'em crayfish, crawdads, or mudbugs, but here in Texas they are simply CRAWFISH, whether they are swamp crawfish, spillway crawfish, or pond crawfish.
We've been catching crawfish all our life, and love the tradition of a long, leisurely crawfish boil in spring!
Learn more about crawfish, local outlets, ordering online, crawfish boil photographs, and more!
Shopping in Tyler spans the marketplace, from national retail giants such as Macy's and Coldwater Creek, to local eclectic, specialty boutiques ... use our map of stores to shop South Broadway, and the Broadway Square Mall.
And for a fun shopping adventure near Tyler, visit the world famous First Monday Trade Days in Canton on May 30 - June 2, for all of your spring shopping and decorating projects. First Monday is the ultimate flea market in the entire U.S.A.
Even in difficult economic times nationally, employment and job search opportunities in Tyler remain strong, and better than much of the US.
Tyler and the East Texas job market employ a large number of jobs and careers in the oil & gas industry, oilfield, drilling, natural gas, petrochemical, and refining job sectors. But the economy is diverse, and manufacturing, healthcare, education, grocery distribution, information technology, communications, banking, and retail business also play a significant role. more Tyler jobs & business ...
Our Tyler Travel Guide lists popular attractions, and links to travel reviews. Tyler features widely recognized attractions such as the Caldwell Zoo, and being the Rose Capital of America, is home to the Tyler Rose Garden.
This is the nation's largest municipal rose garden, listed in Livability's top 10 most inspiring gardens in the USA. Tyler is also the site of the annual Texas Rose Festival.
|The new planetarium at TJC
The new planetarium at Tyler Junior College has become a "don't miss" Tyler attraction. The planetarium features exhibits such as "Tales of the Maya", shows like "Astronauts" and "East Texas Live Skies", and the 1,500 pound Brenham meteorite now on display. more on the Center for Earth & Space Science Education (CESSE) Planetarium, shows, dates, tickets
Tyler offers a number of first class museums, such as the Tyler Museum of Art, the Goodman-LeGrand home, the Cotton Belt Depot Museum and the new American Freedom Museum in Bullard.
And checkout our Tyler Outdoor Guide, Tyler Lakes section, and the Rose Rudman Recreational Trail.
When traveling to Tyler with kids or school groups, tour Brookshire's
Museum & Country Store and the Discovery
Science Place. more for kids ...