If you’re looking for a good dose of art, culture, and history, the Richmond Art Museum is the place for you! Upon visiting this museum, I found my eyes opened to an exciting, educational place, housing beautiful art collections and stories of Richmond’s art background.
The Festival of Murals is a program produced by the Festival of the Arts, hosted by the Wayne County Chamber
MELTDOWN Winter Ice Festival
The weather outside is beginning to get colder by the day. The crisp air reminds us that the holidays are only
When you imagine visiting a sky scrapper you automatically think of big cities such as Indianapolis, but now you can stop by Richmond and stand before the tallest sky scrapper in Indiana, built of LEGO’s that is.
Standing over 8 feet tall, the tallest LEGO structure in Indiana is displayed at Veach’s Toy Station in Richmond!
Most residents of Richmond, Indiana like to think they know the entirety of the history that the city offers. Richmond is brimming with national musical recording history to include, jazz greats like Hoagy Carmichael, Louis Armstrong, Jelly Roll Morton, Bix Beiderbecke, country artists like Gene Autry and much more rich musical history, which is obvious to anyone who has driven through the depot district or by one of the many music-related murals. The city also has an abundance of architectural and artistic history, among other things.
The Wayne County Convention and Tourism Bureau is delighted to announce its launch of their newly redesigned website, visitrichmond.org. Visitors to the new homepage will have their attention drawn to a photo slideshow spanning across the page with captivating images that entice their interest in Wayne County. A new user-friendly design, mobile device compatibility, simpler navigation, and more streamlined content makes it easier for visitors to find what they're looking for.
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