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Girls’ Trip to Richmond (#video)

I spend a lot of time traveling around Indiana, and it almost always includes my two little boys (3 years old and 9 months). Needless to say, I often have my hands full when we’re on the road. So I Read more >

Authentic Italian Dishes at Galo’s Italian Grill

As I write this, I am sitting in catch-your-breath-beautiful Western North Carolina. You might ask why I am thinking about Richmond, Indiana while surrounded by the blue mountains, lush forests and rushing rivers of this gorgeous place. Well, I am Read more >

Centerville-based candle outlet casts a Warm Glow

 Get going and get Glowing! Located just west of Richmond where Centerville Road meets I-70, Warm Glow Candle Outlet beckons locals and travelers alike to make a pit stop, come in and explore. At first sight, the charming Warm Glow exterior Read more >

Ghyslain Richmond Bistro and their Pan Bagnat Nicois Sandwich (#Super46)

Ghyslain Richmond Bistro is a not-so-hidden gem on the far east-side of Indiana, right in downtown Richmond. While you’d expect to find an upscale restaurant like Ghyslain in Indianapolis or other major metropolitan areas, the fact that it’s situated in Read more >

Veach’s Toy Store – An Amazing Adventure

Indiana Tourism welcomes today’s guest blogger, Susan Ray: Susan is a freelance writer and co-founder of a local writers’ group. She loves her life in Indianaand is passionate about discovering and sharing the little known treasures and the unexpected beauty Read more >

Enter Starr-Gennett Foundation’s “Battle of the Blues Contest”

Singin’ the blues lately? Turn your frown upside-down and enter Starr-Gennett Foundation’s “Battle of the Blues Contest” and see if you have what it takes to become Starr-Gennett’s “Blues Band (or Artist) of the Year”! Starr-Gennett Foundation is on the Read more >

A Choco-licious Adventure Awaits in Richmond

What do you get when you cross Willy Wonka with the Amazing Race? Answer: the delicious adventure known as the Wayne County Chocolate Trail. As a treat (no pun intended) for my daughter Annie’s  8th grade graduation, I took her Read more >

A Historical Adventure in Wayne County

Spring Break in Indiana is unpredictable. Unfortunately my daughter’s spring break fell during a cold and snowy week so our plans to visit the Indy zoo and walk the trails at Cope Environmental Center had to be modified. To make Read more >

Indulge Your Valentine with Historical Romance, Gourmet Food & Pampering, in Richmond, Indiana

Enter into a by-gone era, full of Victorian flair and elegance, and indulge your “Sweetheart”, during Valentine Weekend.  Check into one of Richmond’s lovely inns, Phillip W. Smith or Martha E. Parry B&B, which include king size bedrooms, private baths, Read more >