• The 1902 Pennsylvania Railroad Depot

    The 1902 Pennsylvania Railroad Depot

    930 North “E” Street

    Depot Front

    The heart and namesake of the Historic Richmond Depot District.  This 1902 Train Depot was designed by famous architect Daniel Burnham.  After being empty for 35 years this structure was recently saved through the efforts of Richmond Community Members, Historical Preservationists and local business owners Roger and Theresa Richert, who purchased the Depot in 2010.

  • Model T Museum
    Model T Museum

    Model T Museum

    309 North 8th Street
    Richmond, IN 47374

    E-mail: [email protected]

    Hours: Tues – Sun 10am – 5pm

    The Model T Ford Club is one of the largest and oldest antique car clubs in the world.  The Model T Museum houses an array of Model T’s, a Fordson Tractor, a Model T powered airplane and accessories offered during the Model T era.  The Museum also has a gift shop where many of the items sold online can be purchased.

  • Model Trains & Kids Train Rides

    Model Trains & Kids Train Rides

    Discover the Magic of Trains at Richmond Furniture Gallery located at 180 Fort Wayne Avenue in Richmond, Indiana. We’ve partnered with the Richmond Area Railroaders to bring you an amazing display of Model Trains that your entire family will be amazed by.
    The Richmond Area Railroaders Society is a Non-For-Profit Organization dedicated to Helping Preserve the Rich Railroad History of Richmond, Indiana and the Wayne County Area.

    Model Trains

    For your little ones, we also have FREE kids train rides on the “I’LL Save You Money Express!”

    Model Trains run Saturdays and Sundays from 12pm-5pm, during festivals and by appointment. To schedule an appointment or a group visit, contact [email protected].

  • Model T Ford Museum
    Model T Museum

    Model T Ford Museum

    The Model T Ford Club of America is excited to now have a permanent home for the Model T Museum in downtown Richmond, Indiana in the heart of the Depot District. The Model T Museum is now open after the many hours work by many volunteers.

    HOURS: Tuesday to Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm and other times by appointment.

    If you are planning to visit the museum, please phone the museum at 765-488-0026.

    Richmond’s Historic Depot District, 309 N 8th St, Richmond, IN 47374

  • Mural Walk

    Mural Walk

    More than 50 vibrant murals are woven along city streets and local businesses throughout Wayne County and the Historic Richmond Depot District!

    Richmond Furniture Gallery commissioned local artists to create murals on the walls of the 1880s building that houses their furniture store. They have been told that there is more square footage of painted art surface in this store than almost any art gallery in the country.

    See gorgeous mural artwork through the entire Depot District.

    Mural Walk
  • Avenue of Flags
    Avenue of Flags

    Avenue of Flags

    From May through September over 400 American Flags line the streets of Historic Downtown Richmond in honor and memory of our Veterans. The American Flags start at I-70 and run down US 27 (Chester Boulevard), circling the Downtown area on both North “A” and South “A” (US 40 National Road Highway). Follow American Flags all the way to “Veterans Park” in the center of Downtown Richmond.

    See a complete list of Honored Veterans or Honor a Veteran today at:

  • Enchanted Fairy Trail

    Enchanted Fairy Trail

    The Enchanted Fairy Trail of Wayne County features over 50 small enchanted dwellings, providing a glimpse into the mystical world of fairies. Several Depot District establishments including Richmond Furniture Gallery, Little Sheba’s, Paint the Towne, Roscoe’s have unique fairy doors that your entire family will enjoy discovering. Peeking through some windows you may spot a fairy bed, kitchen, or a fairy itself. Built with a colorful array of materials, the fairy doors throughout Wayne County gives families and children of all ages an exciting chance to explore the community in a unique fashion. Children can leave small gifts or write letters at some locations that have fairy mail boxes, allowing direct interaction with the fairies and bringing a smile to every child’s face.

    Enchanted Fairy Trail

    For more information about the Enchanted Fairy Trail, contact The Wayne County Convention and Visitor’s Bureau at