Tyler Texas Online Photos of Tyler

Tyler Texas Photos


You are welcome to walk through our back yard ... on the Tyler Azalea Trails in the spring

On this site we feature hundreds of photographs taken in and around Tyler Texas. Shown on this page are a few highlights.

Don't miss our gallery of downtown Tyler photos.

And for flower lovers and nature enthusiasts, be sure to visit our Azalea Trails Photo Gallery and photos of the Tyler Rose Garden.

We are frequently updating our photo galleries of East Texas Birds, East Texas Flowers, Hummingbirds, and Butterflies.

Shown below are excepts from some of our photo galleries!

Downtown Tyler, Texas skyline
Downtown Tyler Texas skyline

Tyler City Hall at 212 North Bonner Avenue
The Tyler City Hall, Downtown Tyler, Texas

 

Tyler Texas historical survey marker in the downtown square: IN AREA OPENED 1839 TO WHITE SETTLERS BY REPUBLIC OF TEXAS VICTORIES OVER CHEROKEE INDIANS WHOSE TRAILS LED THE WAY TO GOOD SPRINGS, FINE FARMLANDS, USEFUL SALINES. THE FIRST LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS NAMED THE TOWN (FOUNDED 1846) FOR PRESIDENT JOHN TYLER, WHO SIGNED THE RESOLUTION ANNEXING TEXAS TO THE UNITED STATES. ORIGINALLY A FARM MARKET, TYLER IN EARLY YEARS HAD FEW MEN OF WEALTH, BUT BY 1860 WAS KNOWN FOR GOOD SCHOOLS, CHURCHES AND CULTURED CITIZENS. SEVERAL MEN HERE RAISED AND COMMANDED TROOPS IN CIVIL WAR. AFTER MID-1863 THIS WAS TRANSPORTATION HEADQUARTERS FOR TRANS-MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF THE CONFEDERACY. IT HAD AN ORDNANCE FACTORY AND WAS SITE OF CAMP FORD -- THE LARGEST P.O.W. POST WEST OF THE MISSISSIPPI. IN 1870'S IMPORTANT AS SITE OF RAILROAD SHOPS AND ROUNDHOUSE. DEVELOPED INDUSTRIES, MANUFACTURING, FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PACKING, SHIPPING, EXPANDING ECONOMY. FURNISHED TEXAS WITH STATESMEN, INCLUDING GOVERNOR RICHARD B. HUBBARD (IN OFFICE 1876-1879), O.M. ROBERTS (1879-1883) AND JAMES STEPHEN HOGG (1891-1895).  UPON DISCOVERY OF NEARBY EAST TEXAS OIL FIELD IN 1931, BECAME INVESTMENT, BANKING, SERVICING CENTER. HOME OF TYLER JUNIOR COLLEGE, ANNUAL ROSE FESTIVAL. (1968)Tyler, Texas historical survey marker in the downtown square
The Smith County Courthouse on Broadway, Downtown Tyler, TexasThe Smith County Courthouse on Broadway Avenue, at the Square, Downtown Tyler, Texas

 


Tyler Municipal Rose Garden - 14 lush acres with 38,000 rose bushes

Tyler Municipal Rose Garden

Liberty Hall, downtown Tyler, Texas, with skyline in background
Liberty Hall, downtown Tyler Texas, with skyline in background


Brick Streets National Historic District

Brick Streets National Historic District, Tyler, Texas Tyler Red Brick Streets


Streetscape, downtown Tyler, Texas, including the site of the Arcadia Theater

Streetscape, downtown Tyler Texas, including the site of the Arcadia Theater

 

Historic Homes

The Bonner-Whitaker-McClendon House, built in 1878, designated a Tyler Historic Landmark in 1984

The Bonner-Whitaker-McClendon House, built in 1878, designated a Tyler Historic Landmark in 1984. Located at 806 West Houston

Classic Tyler home, at the corner of S. Fannin Avenue and E. Charnwood Street

Classic Tyler home, at the corner of S. Fannin Avenue and E. Charnwood Street


First Presbyterian Church, Tyler, Texas
First Presbyterian Church, Tyler, Texas

Cowan Center at the University of Texas - Tyler
Cowan Center at the University of Texas - Tyler

Office building on Loop 323 with fall colorsOffice building on Loop 323 with fall colors Tyler Junior College

Tyler Junior College

Along Dobbs Street during the Tyler Texas Azalea & Spring Flower Trails
Along Dobbs Street during the Tyler Texas Azalea & Spring Flower Trails

Maple tree fall colors at peak in Tyler
Maple tree fall colors at peak in East Texas

The CESSE Planetarium at Tyler Junior College
The CESSE Planetarium at Tyler Junior College in East Texas

 

Faulkner Park Sports Complex - Baseball, tennis, walking trails, fishing pond, skateboarding and more!
Faulkner Park Sports Complex - Baseball, tennis, walking trails, fishing pond, skateboarding and more!

The Bergfeld Center on South Broadway in Tyler, TexasThe Bergfeld Center - the first shopping center in Tyler Lake Tyler in East Texas

Lake Tyler - 10,000 acres just east of the city

The East Texas State Fair in Tyler
The East Texas State Fair in Tyler ... an autumn classic!
Andy's Frozen Custard ... a popular Tyler tradition!Andy's Frozen Custard ... a popular Tyler tradition! The Caldwell Zoo

The Caldwell Zoo, an 85-acre regionallly-recognized facility

The Village at Cumberland Park ... shopping on South Broadway at Toll Loop 49
The Village at Cumberland Park ... shopping on South Broadway at Toll Loop 49

 

 

The Residence Inn ... one of many Tyler lodging options
The Residence Inn ... one of many Tyler lodging options

Tyler Texas Train Station and Cotton Belt Museum
To learn more about the depot and the history of the Cotton Belt in Tyler, we recommend a visit to
Cotton Belt Depot Museum
210 East Oakwood Street in downtown Tyler, staffed by volunteers from the Cotton Belt Rail Historical Society, Tyler Tap Chapter

Rose Rudman Recreational Trail, at Shiloh RoadRose Rudman Recreational Trail, at Shiloh Road Three Lakes Middle School in Tyler Texas

Three Lakes Middle School, part of the Tyler ISD

 

Lake Palestine near Tyler on Texas Highway 155 - 25,000 acres of spectacular scenery, recreation and waterfront living
Lake Palestine near Tyler on Texas Highway 155

Welcome to the East Texas Fair!
Welcome to the East Texas Fair
Banner for the East Texas State Fair
Welcome to the East Texas Fair

 

Welcome to Tyler, Texas!
Welcome to Tyler Texas!

 

Tyler and East Texas Photo Galleries

Downtown Tyler
East Texas Birds | Hummingbirds | Butterflies
Flowers & Trees


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