CULTURAL ATTRACTIONS & EVENTS

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1600 WSW Loop 323
Featuring over 250 mounted examples of wildlife and a replica 1920's grocery store.
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2203 Martin Luther King Blvd.
Over 1,500 animals of 250 species share a 50-acre compound of natural habitat.
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7353 CR 35 Lavender Rd.
11200 pieces of rolling stock on more than 300 feet of track. 1100 trains in lighted showcases.
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624 N. Broadway
A delight for antique lovers and historians, this Tyler landmark brings the past to life.
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1200 S. Mahon
Multimedia presentations and once-a-month "star parties" make for great family fun.
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806 W. Houston
One of the finest examples of Eastlake-Bracketed Victorian Architecture remaining in Texas.
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125 College
Home to Smith County artifacts dating from days of Indian occupation to present.
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1900 W. Front
Fourteen acres and 400 rose varieties testify to Tyler's standing as the "Rose Capital of the World".
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1900 W. Front
A spectacular display of items related to Tyler's rose growing industry are on display.
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1300 S. Mahon
Exhibitions free to the public with other programs including films, musical and theatrical performances, lectures and seminars.
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10928 CR 35
Covered Rodeo Arena

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FM 14 North
Camping, boating, swimming, hiking, canoe and paddleboat rental. 985 acre park around a spring-fed lake.
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~ Azalea & Spring Flower Trail ~ Cinco De Mayo ~ Eisenhower International Golf Classic ~ Juneteenth Celebration ~ Jaycees 4th of July Celebration ~ Festival on the Square ~ Beauty & the Beast Bike Tour ~ East Texas State Fair ~ Texas Rose Festival ~ Mistletoe and Magic

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1900 W. Front
This theater in the round stages a five performance season from fall to spring.
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911 S. Broadway
The symphony offers a subscription series of five concerts, plus two free out-door concerts. Afternoon matinee for seniors

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1400 E. Fifth Street.
The ballet hosts an annual spring performance at Wise Auditorium on the Tyler Junior College campus.
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