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The Visit Wabash County Welcome Center and Gift Shop is stocked with information to connect visitors with anything they want to see and do while visiting Wabash County, Indiana. The gift shop features local merchants and artisans from throughout the...more
This is a must stop if you are visiting Wabash. The people at the welcome center are very helpful and provide a wide range of information about the area. Great place to get an idea of the unique shops in town.
Check out Historic Downtown Wabash. Be sure to stop by Wabash County Welcome Center (closed Sundays & Mondays).
Lots of historic buildings nearby.
Wabash County Museum ($5 admission fee) is down the street, also on Market Street. Cool shops and be sure to take the...More
There are so many reasons that I have gone to the 'Visit Wabash County Welcome Center'. Once annually (sometimes more) I go on their 'Taste of Wabash County' tour which is a fabulous historical and gourmet survey of the downtown area during the summer season,...More
In search of a public restroom, I stopped into the Welcome Center, where I found that which I sought. I also asked for advice on where to go for dinner and received several recommendations. We went with the Market Street Grill - an excellent choice....More
Stopped by late on a Friday evening, and the people working here were all so friendly and willing to talk about their little town with such enthusiasm. We picked up some information, and checked out the gift shop. Recommend stopping here if looking for things...More
All of the staff were friendly and the welcome center was very clean . The staff was easy to talk with and full of info about their wonderful town. They gave us lots of ideas on where to go and what to do . Fun...More
Come in and pick up a gift or souvenir from Wabash County. Get information from someone friendly and helpful. In the winter enjoy the fireplace with comfy couches near by. Plenty of items from local businesses and the Museum for purchase. Stop in soon!
Local artisans work on display(and for sale), local history, souvenir items and, best of all, a truly helpful, pleasant gal to welcome you. She was getting ready for a 'foodie' tour. Sounded like a lot of fun.
The space is worth the stop. A lovely...More