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Boasting an assortment of retailers, DeSoto makes shopping a pleasant and convenient experience. Within the city limits, DeSoto shoppers can take advantage of discount outlets, grocers, hardware and houseware retailers and a number of small specialty shops and boutiques to meet the needs of area residents. DeSoto’s locally owned jewelry store offers the services of a certified gemologist who is a member of the Gemological Institute of America, the American Gem Society and the Independent Jewelers Organization. National chains like Payless Shoe Source, Beall’s Department Store and Wal-Mart are located in DeSoto as well.

The neighboring city of Cedar Hill has a variety of retail shops, including an upscale clothing boutique for women.  Cedar Hill also features Hillside Village, an outdoor shopping mall complex with dozens of national retail stores.

DeSoto’s location at the intersection of I-35 and I-20 gives shoppers easy access to major malls in Dallas and Arlington. This means that DeSoto residents have a variety of specialty shops, boutiques and malls at their fingertips – from national retailers to one-of-a-kind stores.

desoto bmx

See BMX Racing every Friday Night, for FREE! With 72,000 sqft. of space under one roof, its Americas 1st covered facility designed...

 

International Museum of cultures

Through exhibits and events, the IMC celebrates contemporary peoples of diverse culture...

 

Hillside Village

Hillside Village at Cedar Hill is a 615,000 sqft. open-air regional shopping mall in Cedar Hill, Texas...


things near by to see and do!

DALLAS MUSEUM OF ART

Art District anchor with an encyclopedic collection spanning ancient times to the present...

 

MEDIEVAL TIMES DINNER & TOURNAMENT

Family-friendly performance featuring jousting, horsemanship & falconry while guest dine...

 

DALLAS ZOO

Housing over 2,000 animals, with a renowned children's area & monorail viewed African habitat...


A variety of hotels are available in DeSoto for visitors who want to spend some time touring local and area attractions. DeSoto’s proximity to Dallas, Fort Worth and Arlington makes it the ideal location for dining and entertainment without the hassle of big city traffic.

DeSoto can meet anyone’s dining needs. The city’s superb food choices include name brand eateries and mom-and-pop diners serving Mexican, Chinese, Italian, steak, seafood, barbeque or home-style cooking. Whether the occasion calls for an elegant or romantic dinner, a casual family restaurant or fast food, DeSoto has it all.


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THORNTREE COUNTRY CLUB

Rated as one of the toughest courses in the Dallas/Forth Worth area by the Dallas Business Journal...

 

RIVER RANCH HORSE PARK

Texas Horse Park is a first-class facility designed to provide outdoor recreation options for kid's and families...

 

Epics Indoor Water Park 

An incredible 80,000 sqft. indoor/outdoor, open year-round waterpark. Referred to as a “cruise ship on land!


grand prairie premium outlets

Grand Prairie Premium Outlets features more than 100 stores with savings of 25% to 65%....

 

Traders village

Traders Village in Grand Prairie is "The Famous Texas Flea Market” featuring more than 3,500 vendors selling their wares every Saturday and Sunday, year round. ...

 

tEXAS rANGERS sTADIUM

It is home to the American League's Texas Rangers, and the Texas Rangers Baseball Hall of Fame...


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other major attractions!

AT&T STADIUM

AT&T Stadium is more than the home of the Dallas Cowboys, it's a the world's largest domed structure, art museum...

 

AMERICAN AIRLINES CENTER

Home arena of the Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Stars and Dallas Desperados...

 

DALLAS HOLOCAUST MUSEUM

Intimate museum dedicated to teaching the lessons of the Holocaust & Memorializing its Victims...


DALLAS WORLD AQUARIUM

Replica habitats containing exotic birds, mammals & fish are open for public tours & private events...



perot museum of nature & sciences

Located in Victory Park, near Downtown Dallas is said to be a "world of wonder" by The Dallas Morning News...