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 Health - pick up the guide at the Reid Health 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

Heartland Wine & Ale Trail

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

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

Wayne County Itinerary Self-Planning Guide

Whitewater Canal Scenic Byway

Whitewater Valley Fossil Hunt - Pick up a Whitewater Valley Fossil Trail Passport at theNational Road Welcome Center or the Joseph Moore Museum.

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

Morrisson-Reeves Library Historical Tour

Around Indiana

Indiana Statehouse Virtual Tour

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Did You Know?

The Levi Coffin House in Fountain City is recognized as the "Grand Central Station" of the Underground Railroad. Levi and Catharine Coffin were legendary, helping more than 2,000 former slaves escape to freedom in the North.