Tours

Wayne County has a rich history and is blessed with a rich assortment of architectural, industrial and natural features. No matter if you're a visitor or a life-long resident, there's always something new and fun to learn!

Self-Guided Tours

Art Tour at Reid Hospital - pick up the guide at the Reid Hospital information desk.

Biking / Hiking / Running / Driving Tour of Richmond's National Register of Historic Districts

Enchanted Fairy Tour

Historic Architecture, Downtown Richmond: A Walking Tour

Hayes Arboretum Auto Tour

Richmond's National Register of Historic Districts

Starr-Gennett Sites Tour

Tenth Street Tour: a look at 19th Century Architecture in the Starr Historic District in Richmond

Tiffany Stained Glass Trail

Wayne County Chocolate Trail - pick up your passport at the National Road Welcome Center

Wayne County Day Tour Self-Planning Guide

Whitewater Canal Scenic Byway

Audio Tours

CD Cover: Places to Go, Sites to See - "The Richmond Historic Auto tourThe Richmond Historic Auto Tour - Places to go, Sites to See – Auto CD and route map for 2-hour guided driving tour of historic sites in Richmond and Wayne County

CDs available for purchase from: Starr-Gennett Foundation, Wayne County Historical Museum, or the Richmond-Wayne County Convention & Tourism Bureau.

Tours By Appointment

These organizations offer group tours with prior notice. Please contact the organization for details.

Gaar Mansion & Farm Museum

Levi Coffin House

Museum of Overbeck Art Pottery

Richmond Art Museum

Wayne County Historical Museum

Virtual Tours

Earlham College Campus

Joseph Moore Museum

Morrisson-Reeves Library Historical Tour

Around Indiana

Indiana 500 Tour

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Singin' Sam, the Barbasol Man, (Harry Frankel) was the highest paid radio performer in his time. He was a Richmond, Indiana native and retired to Richmond before his death at the age of 60 on June 12, 1948.