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Humboldt historical muesum
5 building complex at 2nd and Neosho streets. Open first weekend in June through second weekend in October 1:30-4:00 Sat. & Sun. or anytime by appointment. (620) 473-5055. No charge.
GEORGE SWEATT MEMORIAL PARK
George Sweatt Memorial Park is located at the south end of Humboldt. Take 9th Street south to Wulf Drive. Turn east. Immediately, at Dick Davis Lane, turn north into Sweat Memorial Park.
For Humboldt's newly updated swimming pool facilities at Centennial Park, take 8th Street south to Wulf Drive. Picnic tables and a sand volley ball court are being added south of the pool for additional family activities.
Open late March through August. 1663 Georgia Road. Dirt Track Racing, Modifieds, E-mods, Street Stock & Bombers plus special events. Call for race schedule (620) 473-3694 or 431-2470.
Veterans' Memorial is located in the southeast corner of the Humboldt City Square.
CIVIL WAR TOUR
Self-guided 12-site Civil War Tour is related to the 1861 Raid and Burning of Humboldt by Confederates. Stone and etched marble markers are located throughout the town. Pick up a brochure with mapped locations and history at 107 S. 9th Street, Mon through Sat. 10 am to 5 pm, or Johnson's General Store on 218 N. 9th anytime. A Civil War Monument in the northwest corner of the City Square bears an etched marble mural of the 12 sites. Guided group tours are available by advance reservation (Call (620) 473-2325) between April and October, weather permitting.
MOUNT HOPE CEMETERY
Mount Hope Cemetery is located north of Humboldt on Exit Rd. 224 off Hwy.169. On-line grave locator is available on the City of Humboldt website
Biblesta Parade - - Contact (620) 473-3374 57th year of the Only Bible Celebration of its kind in the Nation. FREE Christian Music throughout the day. Parade at 1:30. Children's Activities. $ Food Vendors. Free Bean Feed at 5 pm.