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All reviews idea garden full bloom beautiful flowers different varieties nice garden in season rows and rows mid october water features photo ops convention center peaceful place large variety gift shop on display take pictures walk around
Hundreds of varieties, thousands of flowers! The perfect place for a quiet walk, with several benches around water fountains to just relax and take in the wonders and smells of roses. Don’t forget your camera!
The rose garden covers 14 acres and features numerous varieties of roses (Tyler is the Rose Capital of the World), and admission to it is free. Parking is also free across the street at the Harvey Convention Center.
There is also a Rose Museum which...More
The Master Gardener in the family enjoyed the gardens immensely, and the geohydrologist enjoyed the water features. Unfortunately the roses were few at the time we visited (wrong time of year) but other parts of the garden (the Master Gardeners' plots) were very nice. Good...More
Not the months to visit the gardens. October and its festival, I guess, are much better as the roses now are dying/fading badly and in great need of pruning. The setting and layout are lovely and the staff friendly.
As a local kid growing up in Tyler I spent some great times here as a kid. Beautiful setting and plenty of Tyler’s world famous roses.
The small fountain in the photo holds memories of our 6th grade party years ago when myself and other...More
First of hopefully many return trips to this beautiful place.
Most roses were still in bloom in October.
We had no idea so many varieties of roses existed.
The museum inside is also a must see!
Full of information about the history of the Tyler's...More
Tyler Rose Garden
A glimpse of Elegance from another Era. An event in October every year near the Rose Garden
This is the Rose Capital of the world and the World's Fair in 1933 inspired this festival that takes place in Oct. at...More