419 Commerce Drive
Richmond, IN 47374
Phone: (765) 966-6682
Fax: (765) 962-7717
419 Commerce Drive, Richmond, IN, US, 47374
- Phone: (765) 966-6682
- Fax: (765) 962-7717
Arts & Museums
This hands-on attraction, which opened in June, offers a unique factory tour led by KitchenAid's own employees. The tour will walk you through the entire manufacturing process. Visit the heritage exhibits and shop at the outlet store
Located on the 118-acre Shawnee Prairie Preserve off of State Route 502, this nature center includes a natural history library, wildlife observation area, a classroom, and a small gift shop. The park offers 2 1/2 miles of trails through woodlands, prairie, swamps, meadows and marshes.
Museum features memorabilia about Annie Oakley and world famous radio broadcaster Lowell Thomas, along with other historical artifacts. Also includes a village of shops, displays of pioneer life, military uniforms, a wing of early American furnishings, an early Indianapolis 500 race car built in Greenville, a small gift shop, and an extensive genealogy room for research.
Garst Museum is also known as the Garst House and is located in Greenville, Ohio. It is a historic building and was built in 1852. The Darke County Historical Society operates a museum here whose exhibits include collections of Annie Oakley and Lowell Thomas, Native American memorabilia, and more. The genealogy library is run by the Darke County Genealogical Society and also features a gift shop. It got added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on November 16, 1977.
Reproduction of Lock Tender's House inhabited by those who tended the Miami-Erie Canal as it flowed through Middletown.
Exhibits and classes for all ages including six to eight major Exhibit Hall and twelve gallery exhibits annually.
Period furnishings within this Italianate-style house museum reflect the lifestyle of a prosperous industrialist during the Gilded Age in Hamilton. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Explore the wonders of the world at Boonshoft Museum of Discovery where adults and children can experience tons of scientific adventure through such areas of the center as the Hall of the Universe, Charles E. Exley, Jr. Wild Ohio Zoo, and EcoTrek.
Overlooking the Great Miami River and downtown Dayton, in an Italian Renaissance-style building, the Dayton Art Institute houses an extensive permanent collection of American, European, Asian and African art, as well as special exhibitions, educational programs, and special events.
Drop by if you feel like getting acquainted with diverse art forms. Check out the various international exhibitions, educational programs and much more. The vast collections displayed include photography, textiles, oceanic and pre-Columbian art. After your visit, you can stop by at Cafe Monet and feast on fast-food and homemade desserts. If you've come with a huge group, don't fret, the cafe has a private room that can accommodate up to 40 people. Also, don't forget to stop by at the museum store to pick up a unique gift for your loved one. Become a member and avail a number of discounts and personal invitations to major art events held at the museum.
The world spends over $2 Billion a day on weapons of war. Where are the images of peace? "There is no way to Peace. Peace is the Way." The museum houses permanent exhibits, hosts peace activities, and special events.
Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, the Isaac Pollack House is a beautiful home that has adapted the Second Empire architectural style. Now it is transformed in to Dayton International Peace Museum, that focuses on peace and non-violence.