Top Things to Do in Richmond, Indiana

Prime for antique shopping, Richmond also offers a Chocolate Trail and stops on the Stained Glass Trail.

Model T Ford Museum Richmond Indiana
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Antique Alley

The lion's share of the 900-plus antiques stores on Antique Alley—a stretch of US-40 between Richmond and Knightstown—are located in Richmond.

Chocolate Trail

This self-guided trail leads to cafes, bakeries and more.

Richmond Art Museum

Sparkling after a $1.7 million renovation; works include pieces by the Richmond Group art colony, which dates to 1870.

Joseph Moore Museum

What started as a professor's collection of natural history objects evolved into a museum at Earlham College.

Model T Ford Museum

Discover the inner workings of a Model T and examine the collection of historical vehicles at this former transportation hub.

Reid Presbyterian Church
Stained Glass Trail: Reid Presbyterian Church. Courtesy of

Stained Glass Trail

Nearly 70 stained-glass windows can be seen on this trail, which leads to the Morrisson-Reeves Library and three churches.

Wayne County Historical Museum

Contributions from residents have documented the history of a county that was a popular portal during America's westward expansion.

Eat and Drink

Galo's Italian Grill

Pasta, seafood, steaks and wood-fired pizza star at this locally owned restaurant. Dine under a ceiling painted like the night sky.

Little Sheba's

The half-pound Sheba Burger and Dani's Reuben sandwich are guaranteed hits. Try the pasta salad or potato salad on the side.


Reliable chain hotels in the area include Hampton Inn and Suites Richmond, Holiday Inn Richmond and Best Western Classic Inn.

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