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Burr Oak Natural Landmark


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Burr Oak Natural Landmark Having a crown spread of over 93 feet, this 200-plus year old, Burr Oak tree is one of the largest in Kansas. Searle's Oak was donated to the city of Holton in 1992, at the time being the 11th largest Burr Oak in Kansas. The estimated planting time was between 1792 and 1817.


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Attractions and Upcoming Events

Jackson County Historical Museum

The Jackson County Historical society Museum contains one of the finest volunteer-run collections in Kansas. Authentic, detailed exhibits are changed monthly.

Holton, KS Museums

Expressions of Dolls & Other Caricatures

Private museum of dolls, dolls houses, caricatures, displayed in an attractive exhibit. There are over 400 dolls displayed. Dolls range from 1890 to present. About 20 personality dolls, i.e. Elvis, Jackie, Princess Di, Michael Jackson etc. Located on lower level of "Expressions Gift &

Holton, KS Museums

Hotel Josephine

Hotel Josephine is a reminder of the days when 14 passenger trains daily served the Holton community. The hotel was built by prominent Holtonian A.D. Walker in 1889 who financed construction of the two story red brick building by selling stock subscriptions to fellow townspeople.

Holton, KS Historic Buildings

Burr Oak Natural Landmark

Having a crown spread of over 93 feet, this 200-plus year old, Burr Oak tree is one of the largest in Kansas. Searle's Oak was donated to the city of Holton in 1992, at the time being the 11th largest Burr Oak in Kansas. The estimated planting time was between 1792 and 1817.

Holton, KS

Prairie Band Potawatomi Reservation

Rich in cultural tradition, the Prairie Band Potawatomi Tribe currently reside on 11 square miles, 77,000 acres, west of U.S. 75. Tribal membership is over 4,300 with approximately 500 living on the reservation and the remainder living across the United States.

Holton, KS Indian Reservations

Things to do near Holton, KS

Hiawatha Aquatic Park

Enjoy our 140 foot water slide! Pool Hours: 1:00 - 8:00 PM daily (Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend) After school ...

"City of Beautiful Maples"

Hiawatha well deserves the title. The tree-lined streets of the city display many hard maples. Residents have planted and cul...