Enjoy the many unique shopping options in Richmond Wayne County.
An eclectic mix of antiques, vintage, industrial, gifts, and home decor.
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.
Located at the heart of the Depot District. More than just another bookstore. It is a unique shop inviting customers to delve into quality literature. With an environment that harkens back to a time before chain stores; this book store makes shopping an unhurried, personal experience.
Offering an array of organic teas, herb blends, homemade food products and a variety of other items, along with a coffee bar. Features a small greenhouse with fresh herbs, succulents and air plants. Also, many awesome handmade gift items, jewelry, candles, bath and body products.
Antiques and vintage furnishings at affordable prices. Also, home to the "Itty Bitty Bakery".
Nice assortment of antiques and other unique items.
Today's Harvest is family owned and operated. We grow our own vegetables and fruits, and even our pumpkins and mums in the fall. We also have a huge annual corn maze! We sell Christmas trees and also serve as a local florist. We also sell fresh hot donuts, jellies, dip mixes, soaps, candles, kids items, cement garden and sympathy stones, fairy garden items, and much much more!
Antiques, collectibles, cookie jars, books, dishes, dolls, and paintings by Cynthia Oberhelman.
Christian gifts and books.
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.
Wesler's is a third generation business specializing in quality home-grown fruits, vegetables, apple cider, home-baked goods, petting farm, and wagon rides.
Crossing through a number of scenic and historic southeastern Indiana countries, the Whitewater Canal Scenic Byway bridges the distance (76 miles) between the Ohio River and the historic National Road. Along this route are some of the state's most authentic canal features.