Located in east-central Texas, Tyler is a great city to visit because it offers something for everyone from zoos to museums, state parks, shopping malls and much more. Additionally, the surrounding area is home to diverse and unique natural scenery, meaning it's the perfect place for those looking for a dose of city and nature.
Tyler is home to plenty of history and if you want to know more about the area's past, visit Camp Ford where you can learn about the history of Tyler, and also about military history in the US. Tyler is also home to iconic historical houses, which are open for guided tours. The McClendon House is a late 19th-century building which features original and authentic decor. Equally, the Goodman Legrand House Museum, which is also set in a mid-19th-century historical mansion, is a great place to see period architecture. For a nature fix, head to the world-famous Tyler Rose Garden, where hundreds of roses are in bloom during summer. You can also visit Tyler State Park where you have the chance to spend some time hiking, biking, fishing, canoeing or kayaking.
The best area to stay in Tyler is around Black Fork Creek, where you can be close to restaurants, cafes, bars, and parks.
Tyler is best visited in September when the weather is warm and sunny and it's not overwhelming hot like in the summer months.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Tyler. The hottest month in Tyler is May, when temperatures peak at 104 ˚F. The coolest month is November, when temperatures drop to 25 ˚F. The wettest month in Tyler is April with 10.19 inches of rain, while the driest month is February with 0.75 inches of rain.
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