Culture & Heritage
Seeds of our community
Cedar Hill has a proud heritage, the roots of our culture running deep, and we are protecting our historic resources with the same care and forethought with which we are preserving our natural resources. Our 2.2-mile, self-guided walking trail features over thirty historic sites around the original Old Town Square, and 25-acre Penn Farm Agricultural Heritage Center, located within Cedar Hill State Park
, offers guided and self-guided tours year round.
View historic displays in the lobby of the Cedar Hill Government Center
or call ahead to visit the Cedar Hill Museum of History
collection in their temporary home on Cedar Street. Research your family history at the Zula B. Wylie Public Library
just blocks away. And you won't want to miss the International Museum of Cultures just a short drive down Highway 67.
Yes, we offer all the amenities of a modern city, but Cedar Hill retains a small town feel and relaxed charm that harkens to a bygone place in time. Experience our warm, Texas hospitality and discover the opportunities our forefathers discovered here over a century ago.