DescriptionPrincipally an agricultural community, Norton offers a refreshing glance at national politics. The They Also Ran Gallery, in the First State Bank building at 105 W. Main St., features photographs and biographies of the nation's unsuccessful presidential candidates; phone (785) 877-3341.
At Prairie Dog State Park, named for a large colony of prairie dogs living there, visitors can see the 1886 Hillmon School and the Adobe House, constructed in the 1890s out of mud and straw. The park is 4 miles west of town off US 36 at 13037 SR 261; phone (785) 877-2953.
Visitor InfoNorton Area Chamber of Commerce 205 S. State St. NORTON, KS 67654. Phone:(785)877-2501