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Children can get up close and personal with nature at Hayes Arboretum's Nature Playscape! Unlike traditional playgrounds, the nature playscape uses natural materials to provide a creative and interactive play experience.
This 46 acre site is a reforested wetland. Located within the city limits of Hagerstown, the disturbed area was saved from the bulldozer through the passionate efforts of nearby resident, Steve Swoveland. Thousands of trees have been planted in the river valley area to help it return to its natural state. 1 mile mowed hiking path.
Parking across the street at ball field.
The 4th Floor Blues Club hosts various monthly concerts and special events. Reception hall is available for private events.
Craft beer, gourmet burgers, pizza, salads, mixed drinks, wine. Enjoy a relaxing setting with exposed brick, archways and historic photos dressing the walls. A unique spin to the dining experience, at 5 Arch Brewing Company, you won't see tax or a place for gratuity on your dining receipt. Instead, those are included in the menu prices.
A Therapeutic Touch offers 30, 60, 90, and AOBT massages. Call for an appointment and further details.
Ten wines are always flowing at this country winery. The wine is made from whole fruits, rather than juices, and is triple filtered, resulting in a rich, fruity flavor with more subtle sweetness and smooth finish.
Founded in the 1890s, Abbott's Candy Shop is nationally known for tasty homemade caramels and chocolates. You can call to schedule a free tour so visitors can watch how the chocolates and caramels are created. Tours are not available from November-January due to the holiday season
A true owner-operated antique shop with a bit of everything.
You don’t want to miss the most popular spot for dining on Brookville lake. Ainsley’s Café has earned a reputation for great food with breathtaking views of the lake and Marina.
Allen Antiquities and Curiosities is a privately owned antique store in the heart of Cambridge City, Indiana boasting 6000 sq feet of great finds!
Scenic northern Wayne County is home to Indiana's newest Amish settlement. They are resourceful, self-reliant people, producing fresh vegetables, flowers, bison meat, handcrafted wooden outdoor/indoor furniture, and cabinets. Please watch for slow-moving, gray-top buggies in this part of the county. No pictures please!
Glassware, antique furniture, crocks, kitchen gadgets, granitware, some depression glass and many one-of-a-kind items.
Nice selection of hanging baskets, planters, vegetable plans, herbs, perennials, seeds and much more! We've expanded 33% more retail space!
The Boston Stokers coffee is always on, and the wares for sale — furniture, home décor items, paintings, pottery, jewelry, bath products, gifts and more — are all created by local Indiana makers.
A mixture of handmade craft items for the home, antiques, and a vintage clothing room.
Browse through a century-old barn at the east edge of Verona. filled with all things vintage from smalls to furniture. Specializing in primitives and farmhouse-style antiques.