Historic Cedar Hill Bus Tour

Guests enjoyed the Old Town Square Dedication and Historic Cedar Hill Bus Tour Saturday, June 10, 2010.

Join us for a leisurely tour around Old Town and discover the charm and distinctive character that is Cedar Hill. Stop at the Southwest Corner Gallery and imagine how it may have looked in 1932 the day Raymond Hamilton, a sidekick of notorious bank robbers Bonnie and Clyde, robbed what was then the First State Bank.
Photo collage of 3 key stops of the Bus Tour.
Capture the charm of The Depot House, one half of the former Cedar Hill train depot, relocated and now a residence. Take in the majestic beauty of the Robert G. Brandenburg House with its sweeping antebellum porch and stately 100-year old trees. And don't miss the 2 story "Gingerbread House," believed to be the oldest standing structure in Cedar Hill, built by Confederate Army Surgeon, Dr. Rufus Alston Roberts.

The self-guided Cedar Hill Walking Tour is accessible year round and brochures are available throughout the historic district. Bus tours are presented two times a year compliments of the City of Cedar Hill, Cedar Hill Development and Preservation Board and the Cedar Hill Museum of History. The tours are free, but space is limited so reservations are required.