Duncanville is part of Dallas County, Texas and began as a small settlement. As the railroad was built in the area in the late 1800's Duncanville grew into a town. This suburb of Dallas takes pride in its appearance and was awarded the Tree City USA designation in 2002.
1. Visit Kidsville at Armstrong Park: The 21.4 acres of developed park land is home
to Kidsville. Kidsville is the largest volunteer built playground in the world. It features swings, space tunnels, castles, bridges, fire poles and much more. This playground was also built so disabled children could access much of the fun as well.
2. Dr. Pepper Star Center: This hockey arena is home to the 1999 Stanley Cup champion Dallas Stars hockey team. The 95,000 square foot center features two indoor regulation hockey rinks are open to the public for ice-skating and lessons.
3. Dallas Nature Center at Cedar Hill State Park: An excellent place to visit for bird
watching. This 630-acre facility provides guided walks and many education programs.
4. The International Museum of Cultures: This museum caters to educating both
children and adults about cultures around the world. Permanent and temporary exhibits are displayed depicting the daily lives of modern day cultures. The museum is open Monday – Friday from 10am until 4pm.
5. Visit Main Station: This is the newest hot spot in town. Main Station is a combination retail and apartment living facility. Shop, eat, or enjoy a relaxing massage at the Remede Spa and Wellness Center in Main Station.