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The Mansion House was built in 1840 pioneer-era as an upscale hotel inn and also served as the office for the Western Stage Company where stagecoaches changed horses. The Mansion house became a museum in 1967 when it was acquired by the Wayne County Historical Museum and letter purchased by Historic Centervillein 1975. 2017 marks 50 years as a museum!
Tours available by appointment.
The 4th Floor Blues Club hosts various monthly concerts and special events. Reception hall is available for private events.
Painted by Mark Gardner, "73,000 Indiana Sunsets and Starr-ee Nights" represents an Indiana sunset inspired by his friend and mentor Tom Thomas. Featuring abstract designs, and illusions, this piano looks as if it was painted through, not just painted on.
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. Every Wednesday from 9-2, free tours are available so visitors can watch how the chocolates and caramels are created.
A vast inventory from many dealers: kitchen utensils, roll top desks, lighting, stained glass, china, rugs and more.
Allen Antiquities and Curiosities is a privately owned antique store in the heart of Cambridge City, Indiana boasting 6000 sq feet of great finds!
The beautifully renovated 1836 hotel building is a multi story antique mall showcasing many of the premier vendors from around the area.
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.
New Boswell Brewery will be the venue for an art show featuring a range of different contemporary painting styles. Ann Kim, Benny Kenworthy, Joe Swanson, Joe Thompson, Mark Van Buskirk, and Ron Deane are the exhibiting artists, and Etch from Dayton, Ohio will be DJing.
Located at the east edge of Verona, browse through a century old barn filled with all things vintage. Specializing in primitives and farmhouse-style antiques.
Diverse collection of antiques and more.
Cycling and Fitness Warehouse, on S. 3rd in Richmond, across from the Cardinal Greenway, rents bikes. Rates range from $10 for same day to $35 for weekly. They also rent helmets and locks. 25 bikes are available and are rented on a 1st come 1st served basis. Prepaid reservations are available. Rates are subject to change.
Painted by Charles Guess, I wanted to design a piano theme that represented me. From being black and white to having a sense of humor to innuendos. My design has a lot of history from the beginning of the piano to today's day and age. Artwork that will give you something to talk about even after you see it and walk away from it.