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Indiana's Antique Gallery

Located 73 miles from Indianapolis, close to the Ohio border, is Richmond, Indiana – antique central, featuring more than 900 dealers in shops, large malls and multi-dealer venues. There are two ways routes you can take: one is a 75-mile loop along Route 40, between Richmond and Knightstown, the second route leads north from Richmond to Portland, and across the Ohio border to Greenville, Arcanum, Englewood, Lewisburg, and Dunreith. The items you will find here are varied. From farmhouse and country pieces, to Victorian, Colonial Revival, Mission, and Art Deco items, to modern furnishings, glassware, silver, jewelry and linens – you’ll find antiques from all different styles and price points. Other attractions in the area includes an Amish community in Williamsburg and historic “pike towns” with 19th-century buildings, and the four historic districts in Richmond, which offer such cultural attractions as the Gaar Mansion Museum, and the 1902 railroad depot by architect Daniel Burnham.

Other highlights include the Museum of Overbeck Art Pottery in Cambridge City, the museum home of Hoosier poet, James Whitcomb Riley in Greenfield, and the 1841 Huddleston Farmhouse Inn Museum in Mt. Auburn. For a chocolate break, make sure you hit the Ghyslain Chocolatier in Union City.

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With over 100 dealers and 31,000 square feet of gallery space our antique mall offers a wide variety from easy to hard to find quality antiques....
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The Potters Wheel Bed and Breakfast

4495 Park Elwood Road
Richmond - Indiana - 47374

The Historic Lantz House Inn & Gathering Place

214 West Main Street
Centerville - Indiana - 47330


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