Uniquely Wayne County
Overbeck Art Pottery was produced in the family home, built in 1830's. The house was rescued from demolition in 1973 and restored as a private residence. A coal-oil fired kiln is in the square kiln house. Donations accepted. Tours available by appointment.
Pappaw's Hunny Farm is a small, but growing, honey farm nestled two miles north of Hagerstown, IN, a charming small town in northwest Wayne County. Our interest in honey bees grew out of our general desire to lead a simpler life, allowing our ten acres to provide for as many of our needs as possible. The honey bee adventure began with 4 hives in 2010 and has grown exponentially since then!
Over 120,000 sq. ft! The most unique furniture store in the world. See the World's Largest Chair and Postcard, plus huge mural art, model train displays, and Kid's train rides (1st and 3rd weekend of every month). FREE coffee and fresh baked cookies. You won't believe your eyes and you won't believe the savings.
The Barn at Helm is a family floriculture farm that features 80 plus varieties of flowers. Pick your own flowers and flower arranging classes available.
The Tin Cup offers tea, tea accessories, home decor and gifts, plus a quiet place to sit and enjoy a cup of tea by yourself or with friends.
Richmond is home to a collection of Louis Comport Tiffany stained glass windows. Three sites within a five block area offer a glimpse of this magnificent National Art Treasure.
We offer more that 75 different candle fragrances along with beautiful candle accessories, home decor, gift baskets for every occasion, lawn and patio items, bath and body products, and so much more. Stop in today and save 25% off our candle of the month.
There is so much to see and do in Wayne County! The Wayne County Scavenger Hunt provides a unique chance to explore the area while having fun; you'll need your eyes, brain, and ears to complete the challenges. Explore local parks, museums, unique shops and more!
Long before woolly mammoths roamed the frozen plains,
long before dinosaurs existed, Indiana was covered by a shallow sea teaming with life.
The fossils found in the Whitewater Valley give us some idea of what life was like in Indiana 445 million years ago.