Malls and shops

By Raven Petty on April 28, 2011 at 6:04 pm EST
Ye Olde City Antique Mall Flea Market in Tyler, TX

Tyler, Texas is known for its roses, however it also serves as the shopping hub for the East Texas area. Whether you are looking for a mall or that one-of-a-kind piece for someone special, you will find what you need in one of the Tyler districts. Here are a few of the must sees: Broadway Square Mall
Escape for a few hours, or the day, at Broadway Square Mall located in the heart of East Texas. Dillard's, JCPenney and Sears anchor this recently renovation shopping haven. With more than 60 stores and restaurants, this mall serves shoppers exactly what they need for traditional indoor shopping. A few stores are Abercrombie & Fitch, Lane Bryant, and New York & Company, and other popular chain stores. Downtown Tyler
Ye Old City Flea Market and Antique Mall offers small-town charm while you browse a variety of collectibles and antiques. Interesting finds such as Persian rugs or English china may be found here. Ye Old City serves both savvy shoppers and antiquers with more than 50 booths ranging in merchandise from vintage clothing to home décor items. In the heart of downtown Tyler, the Antique District comprises a number of specialty and antique shops. Tyler Square Antiques is just one of the many antique and specialty shops in the district. Bergfeld Center As the first shopping center in Tyler, Bergfeld Center continues to delight visitors with its neighborhood feel while providing upscale shopping and special dining options. Located in the Azalea District, the center includes stores for fashion, gifts, specialty parts and more. The French Quarter Since 1976 The French Quarter has helped Tyler provide treasures to visitors and residents. A mix of national retailers and smaller shops make this outdoor shopping venue an all-in-one stop. There are a number of clothing stores, as well as a salon, pet supply store, bank and restaurants. The French Quarter houses many of Tyler's original commercial sites adding to Tyler's culture and shopping history. For a complete list of designated retail districts in Tyler, visit www.tedc.org/profile/pro_retail.phpStore Listings Info: Broadway Square Mall, 4601 S. Broadway Ave. Ye Old City Flea Market and Antique Mall, 302 E. Locust St. Tyler Square Antiques, 117 S Broadway Ave., (903) 593-6888 Bergfeld Center, 2001 S. Donnybrook Ave. The French Quarter, 4526 S. Broadway Ave. Read about more great places to shop in Tyler, TX

From Around the Web
Reader Comments Use a Facebook account to comment. Subject to Facebook's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Your Facebook name, photo other personal information you make public on Facebook will appear with your comment.

Tyler has “pizzazz “ and we felt at home right away. I tell people we have found a 'Leave It to Beaver’ street. We definitely made the right move

Tom Harken, resident