Points of Interest


At 880 feet above sea level, Cedar Hill boasts the highest elevation between the Red River border with Oklahoma and the Gulf of Mexico, which makes for spectacular scenic outlooks and breathtaking views.

When you're here you can't help but notice the distinctive 'Towers' perched high atop the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex. The 14 towers are visible for miles around and serve as a navigational landmark for aircraft pilots and on-road travelers as well.

Dogwood Canyon is a rare, and very unique ecosystem, a must see for nature lovers, and environmentalists will appreciate the LEED Certified Audubon Center.

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Take a stroll around Historic Downtown and step into the Cedar Hill Barbers, formerly the Citizens' Bank and Trust, to check out the site where Raymond Hamilton robbed the bank in the 1930s not once, but twice, and get yourself a haircut while you're there. Then wander down the block and see the Old City Hall electromagnetic wave contraption just for grins.

And don't miss the first integrated cemetery in Dallas County, Crawford's Tornado Graveyard, one of two Historic Texas Cemeteries located in the city.