With the holidays fast approaching, it’s time to start thinking about what you’re going to buy for family and friends on your holiday shopping list this season. Fortunately, the friendly shops and stores of Richmond and Wayne County offer a deep and diverse selection of meaningful items to consider for recipients of all ages.
Don’t we all wish we could turn back the clock? Richmond and Wayne County offer several opportunities to travel decades back in time, and in some cases even more than a century! Put some of these retro destinations on the itinerary for your next visit.
Everything old is new again in Wayne County! Indiana’s storied Antique Alley runs along U.S. 40/the Old National Road between Richmond and Knightstown, rolling out an immense selection of more than 1,000 antique dealers, shops and boutiques all told.
With farms, exhibits and hands-on experiences to explore, Richmond and Wayne County make it easy to walk on the wild side. Bring the whole family along for an unforgettable animal adventure this fall!
It’s the perfect time of year to plan a weekend getaway to Wayne County as summer shifts into fall, lighting up Richmond and the surrounding region with seasonal autumn colors and flavors.
Wayne County has always celebrated the contributions of African-American residents and abolitionists who have shaped its proudly diverse community. Now, visitors have a new way to follow in the local footsteps of these groundbreaking groups and leaders thanks to a recently launched Black History Trail.
Not all trails lead to nature! Stop in the Old National Road Welcome Center for a variety of themed trails and activities to select from that will lead you on adventures throughout Wayne County.
The state of art in Wayne County is alive, well and thriving. For visitors aiming to load up their itineraries with cultural experiences, Richmond and the surrounding towns definitely offer plenty of colorful options to consider.
With so much to see and do, you’re likely to work up an appetite exploring the Richmond / Wayne County area. Why not refuel with a morning, afternoon or evening snack from any one of the tasty bakeries and sweet shops located throughout Wayne County?
The BEST place to be in the dark!
The Path of Totality
Richmond / Wayne County, Indiana sits directly on the center line of the total solar eclipse happening Monday, April 8, 2024. Hailed as the 'once-in-a-lifetime' viewing experience, Wayne County is the best place to view the eclipse due to our proximity to major roads. (I-70, U.S. 27, U.S. 40, U.S. 35, and S.R. 1)
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