Holland is a town in Bell County, Texas, United States. The population was 1,121 at the 2010 census.
Holland has a history that reaches back years beyond the actual founding of the town, to a time before the Civil War when a community known as Mountain Home began to grow up near Gotcher's Mountain, a hill south of town. In 1881, an extension of the Missouri–Kansas–Texas Railroad was laid out from Denison to Taylor, and the tracks were constructed through Bell County in 1881 and 1882, from north to south, passing through the Holland community. This was to bring about the town of Holland as it is known today.A. Moss made an application for the Mountain Home community to have a new post office again, but by that time the name "Mountain Home" had already been claimed by another community. Without Holland's knowledge, Moss submitted the name "Holland". The Holland post office was officially approved April 10, 1879, with the appointment of Alfred Evans as postmaster.