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Houston Sightseeing Tour and Galveston Day Trip
"In the morning make your own way downtown to meet your double-decker bus for a fully-narrated sightseeing tour of Houston’s most iconic sites. Your 90-minute tour by open-top bus passes by City Hall Chase Tower Minute Maid Park—home of the Houston Astros baseball team Houston’s Museum District Hermann Park and more.After touring central Houston with your knowledgeable guide transfer to a comfortable coach that takes you on a 50-minute drive to reach Galveston
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Tanger Outlets Shopping and Houston City Sightseeing Tour
"Make your own way to a convenient downtown location in the morning to board your double-decker bus for a Houston sightseeing tour with informative commentary on the city’s top attractions. Travel by open-top bus on a 90-minute tour that takes you City Hall and Minute Maid Park — home of the Houston Astros baseball team. Pass Houston’s Museum District and Hermann Park where the Houston Zoo the Museum of Fine Arts Houston and the Houston Museum of Natural Science are located. After touring central Houston transfer to a comfortable minivan for the 30-minute drive to Tanger Outlets in Texas City. The large outdoor mall features close to 200 outlet stores — with steep discounts on premium brand-name and designer clothing accessories shoes
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Dallas Segway Tour
"1-Hour Sightseeing TourThis 1-hour Segway tour is more geared towards sightseeing and makes more photo stops to let you savor the views. Departing at either 4pm or 5:30pm from Downtown Dallas you'll receive a brief safety instruction to get you comfortable on your Segway. Then it's time to hit the streets! Cruise around Downtown Dallas and visit Dealey Plaza John F Kennedy Memorial Plaza (also known as the JFK Memorial) Victory Park and the Dallas Convention Center. Your guide will entertain you with fun facts about Dallas throughout your ride.1.5-Hour Historical TourThis 1.5-hour tour focuses on the history of Dallas. Departing at either 12pm or 2pm from Dow you'll receive a brief safety instruction to get you comfortable on your Segway. Then
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More Off The Beaten Path in Tyler

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Camp Ford Walking Trail

If you get the opportunity to visit Camp Ford, I would highly recommend that you also take the time to walk around the camp by using the Walking Trail. Throughout the entire area, you will get a...
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Lt. Col Locke's Cabin - Camp Ford

As a ranking officer of the Union Army, Lt. Col Locke was afforded a rather nice cabin during his incarceration. The actual cabin is made out of material that was all taken from the camp yard, and was...
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Camp Fannin Monument

Tyler has always been known as a very strong military town, from the time Texas was a Confederate State, through World War II and even now, it has a proud military heritage. Camp Fannin was a World...
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Watch out for the animals

The Caldwell Zoo is the most missed yet most adventurous aspect of Tyler. Currently it is free admission. There are some many different animals to see here. From the African exhibit to the Amphibian...
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303 East Rieck Road, Tyler, Texas, 75703, United States
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3210 South SW Loop 23, Tyler, Texas, 75701, United States
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3236 Gentry Parkway, U.S. 69 at Loop 323, Tyler, Texas, 75702, United States
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2631 W NW Loop 323, (formerly Days Inn & Suites Tyler), Tyler, Texas, 75702, United States
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1945 W. SW Loop 323, Tyler, Texas, 75701, United States
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Top Things to Do in Tyler

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Azalea Festival

We didn't quite know what to expect as we drove to Tyler, Texas for its annual Azalea Trail Festival since it was our first foray to this town. The Azalea District is well marked and can be...
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Goodman Museum

This house built in 1859 is one of the oldest still standing buildings in Tyler. It was built by Samuel Smith but sold in 1866 to Doctor Goodman in whose family it has remained since. The city of...
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Tyler Municipal Rose Garden

Tyler is most famous for its rose's and rose festival. The city maintains a park with a free rose garden and rose museum ( small entrance fee). The gardens were less spectacular this year (2016) due...
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Caldwell Zoo

Fantastic zoo for a city it's size. the Caldwell zoo is large, modern with a great collection of animals. The zoo is divided into a South America, Africa and North America section. it has a particular...
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Azalea Trail

The Chamber of Commerce offered a tour of the Azalea Trail area, in order to highlight the route to be followed. After paying a small fee, my husband and I hopped onto the bus and we were off to...
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Bergfeld Park

As we were traipsing from garden to garden enjoying the azaleas, we came across Bergfeld Park. It was the site of a large arts and crafts festival for which there was no charge. The booths offered...
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"Tyler,Texas--Come for the Azalea and Rose Festival"
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"A Tyler Rose-Less Page :o("
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"Sweetberry's Tyler Page"
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"The Rose of Texas"
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