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Wayne County Courthouse

301 E Main St, Richmond, IN 47374-4253
+1 765-973-9200
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Beautiful building

Drive downtown Richmond and this building stands so majestic.... I love this building....So... read more

Reviewed 13 November 2017
DLewis_10
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Jackson, Wyoming
Disc golf!

The disc golf course is great! Great park for adults and children to have a wonderful time. The... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2017
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13 Nov 2017
“Beautiful building”
6 Sep 2017
“Disc golf!”
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301 E Main St, Richmond, IN 47374-4253
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301 E Main St, Richmond, IN 47374-4253
+1 765-973-9200
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Reviewed 13 November 2017

Drive downtown Richmond and this building stands so majestic.... I love this building....So pretty.....When you want to see a courthouse that is so pretty....check it out....

Thank DLewis_10
Reviewed 6 September 2017

The disc golf course is great! Great park for adults and children to have a wonderful time. The rose garden is beautiful also.

Thank melissawM641QW
Reviewed 10 October 2016

Beautiful stone building built with style of its time. Marble steps and marble hand railings. Beautiful high ceilings. Just a great place to visit. If at all possible try to get a tour of building and if so even visit the attic. Quite and architectural...More

Thank setback
Reviewed 17 September 2016

Wayne County Courthouse is one of the most beautiful county courthouses in Indiana. It is an imposing structure visible when you enter Richmond on Historic National Road (US 40) from the east or west.

Thank HoosieDiner
Reviewed 7 September 2016

The courthouse is the largest Richardsonian Romanesque courthouse in Indiana. The interior is not especially ornate, but the building is worth seeing.

Thank John K
Reviewed 5 June 2015

The court house is a very old building but still in good shape - it has some old things (building wise) still in it from many many years ago - it is well protected with a metal detector at the front door

Thank Betsy H
Reviewed 18 May 2015

Love this courthouse! It is really awesome to look at. Sure hope they never tear it down! The design sure put Richmond on the map. Love going there.

Thank Brenda W
Reviewed 8 March 2013

The Courthouse is a very beatutiful place to see. Amazing on the outside and just as amazing on the inside.

Thank 840Kris
Reviewed 30 July 2012

Looks like a castle in the middle of town! You can't miss it! The police station is right next door which has an unusal architecture too. White columns all the way around the building. Nice downtown area too!. It's within walking distance to Joy Ann...More

1  Thank Nancy M
Reviewed 7 March 2012

Finished in 1893, this Romanesque stone building is one of the most impressive buildings in Richmond. Situated near the rim of the Whitewater River gorge, it is well worth a drive-by if not a visit.

Thank wynnetrav
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