Give the Perfect Gift for any Occasion!
The Shops at Legacy American Express Gift Cards are available in denominations of $20 to $500 and can be used at any store or restaurant within The Shops at Legacy that accepts American Express.
- Gift Cards come in a cardholder to make gift giving easy
- Available in any denomination between $20 and $500. No monthly fees. Funds do not expire.
- Check your balance for free by calling the number provided on the card
- Special discounts for corporate & bulk orders
Gift Cards can be purchased during regular business hours at 5741 Legacy Drive, Suite 315, located above Fireside Pies. Please call 469.467.9995 for details.
**The American Express® Gift Card can be used at U.S. merchants that accept American Express® Cards. No ATM cash withdrawal. Some limitations apply, including restriction on use at cruise lines or for recurring billing. See Cardholder Agreement for complete details. Card cannot be redeemed for cash, except where required by law. Card is issued by American Express Prepaid Card Management Corporation.
The Shops at Legacy is the vibrant heart of a master-planned Legacy Business Park designed for shopping, working… and living it up!
This tightly knit community of retail neighbors is comprised of intimate boutiques and relevant retailers that offer a shopping experience unique to North Texas.
Add to these some of the area’s most delightful and delicious restaurants, lively bars and entertainment venues, plus the hip indie film house The Angelika.
The result is a unique urban center that epitomizes working hard, living well and loving every minute of it.
The Shops at Legacy.
Vibrantly modern yet rich with history
While at The Shops at Legacy, you are among proud history of Texas. Stroll through our tree-lined streets and beautifully landscaped parks, which will lead you to:
BACCUSS PARK a Texas historical landmark (circa 1847), is home to Baccus Cemetery, founded by Captain Henry Cook to bury his son Daniel Cook. Several of his family members, and many of their descendants are buried in the cemetery.
THE SHAWNEE TRAIL was the earliest of the principal routes Texas longhorn cattle were taken to railheads to the north. Its main stem passed through Austin, Waco, and Dallas, crossed the Red River and led north along the eastern edge of Oklahoma. Some believe the trail was named after a Shawnee village on the Texas side of the Red River just below the trail crossing.
COWBOYS, PROUD AND STRONG a team of a dozen wranglers and drovers, led by a trail boss whose word was law, drove herds that could number up to 1,000 heads. Among the unique heritage of the Texas drive is the Vaquero, a Mexican horseman skilled in the art of driving cattle (also called a “Pointer”), and the Cutter, whose job was to guide lone cattle back to the drive. (Cutters were also known as “Drag Men”).
THE TRAILS IN LEGACY offers a glimpse of the Shawnee Trail of the 1800s. Steer are led by the Vaquero through the Baccus Park esplanades down Bishop Road. The cutter presides over the herd mid-way toward the watering hole at the far end of Baccus Park, where the Trail Boss surveys the herd as it ambles toward the water. A total of 19 life-sized longhorn and three cowboy bronze sculptures were cast by renowned Texas artist, Robert Summers.