Richmond, Indiana | Midwest Living

Richmond, Indiana

Located along the old National Road, Richmond treats travelers to a variety of antiques stores, a Tiffany glass trail, a chocolate trail and amazing places to shop and eat.

Latest Midwest Living Richmond Reviews

"The stretch of US-40 from Richmond, Indiana, to...
"Opened in 2012, this new restaurant in an old fire house...
"Hopping down the Chocolate Trail proves a decadently fun...
"Galo's serves a refreshingly authentic taste of...
"See the splendor of nearly 70 Tiffany windows on Tiffany...
"The Martha E. Parry Bed and Breakfast provides guests with...
"Kinetic artists Bill and Jeanne Magaw welcome visitors to...
"Nosh on pizza and drink in the friendly neighborhood vibe...
"No one goes hungry at the Olde Richmond Inn, where large...
"This general store combines a hardware store with a soda...

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