Azalea & Spring Flower Trail, Tyler

The Tyler Azalea Trail, which includes Spring Flowers because Spring is just the most amazing time to see all the flowers, is a series of older, stately homes near Historic Downtown Tyler, on what is named the Brick Streets, because of course, they are made of bricks. The Trail can be walked, although most often it is driven. One of the treasures of the Azalea Trails is the Pyron Garden on the Dobbs Trail, one of two driving trails in Tyler.

Pyron Gardens is the residential home of the Pyron Family. Each year for two weeks they open their gardens to the public to come inside and see their lovely azaleas and other plants and flowers.

In addition to walking or driving, Cowboy Carriages offers horse-drawn carriage tours through the Azalea District, picking up at Bergfield Park on College St. daily, 1-6pm, through Easter Sunday, April 9th. Prices range from $5-$30, depending on the length of the tour, and children 3 and under are free.

Tyler Azalea & Spring Flower Trail

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