Morrill & Janes Bank Hiawatha Kansas Chamber of Commerce

Hiawatha Aquatic Park

category : Recreation
Enjoy our 140 foot water slide!

Pool Hours: 1:00 - 8:00 PM daily (Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend) After school begins, hours will be 1:00 - 8:00 pm, weekends only
Daily Admission-age 6 and over.

Pool rental for private use - yes

For more information click on site link below

Admission: Admission
Hours: Memorial Weekend through Labor Day
Daily 1-8 P.M.
Address: 203 E. Iowa St.
Phone: 785-742-2524

Come visit us in Hiawatha, Kansas

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Brown County Courthouse

The Brown County Courthouse was built in 1925 and graces the square in downtown Hiawatha.

Hiawatha, KS Historic Courthouses

Town Clock

The Town Clock is the only such clock between Indianapolis and Denver on Highway U.S. 36. It was built in 1891 as part of the First National Bank building and is listed on the Kansas Register. The clock is owned by the City of Hiawatha and the building by a local businessman.

Hiawatha, KS Landmarks

Brown County Historical Society Ag Museum and Windmill Lane

The Ag Museum constructed in 1993, features a unique display of windmills. It resembles a 1900 farmstead with a paved windmill trail for sightseers and joggers to use and enjoy. There is a log cabin replica that is the office, the Old Barn, Ernie'

Hiawatha, KS Museums

Old Homes Tour

The self-guided old homes tour features 14 of Hiawatha's beautiful turn of the century homes that will help you relive some of the past. The brochure has a map and short history of each house featured. The brochure can be picked up at the Chamber office and several businesses in Hiawatha. <

Hiawatha, KS Tours

Brown County Historical Society Museum

Listed on both the Kansas and National Registers of Historic Places , the building which houses the Museum was built in 1920

Hiawatha, KS Museums

Things to do Recreation near Hiawatha, KS