Holland is a quaint village in Lucas County, Ohio, home to the J.H. Fentess Antique Popcorn Museum. Originally dubbed “Drakes”, in reference to the large number of geese that did and still do fly over the area, the name has since changed from Hardy to Hall Land to Holland.
Approximately 1 square mile in area and home to around 2,000 people, the town has the unique distinction of having a population density nearly equivalent to its overall population. Although the town is and always has been small, it has produced several notable individuals, including Samuel Hardy, who was a member of the Continental Congress and a lieutenant governor of Virginia.
Due to its unique and old-fashioned nature, the town draws in visitors with its shopping centers, local cuisine and golf courses.