This historic part of Richmond has great places got eat and shop and if you're lucky, you will get to hear the rumble of the train as it comes through. Try Little Shebas for a choice of over 30 sandwiches. Take a photo of the giant chair at the entrance to Richert's Furniture Gallery or try homemade ice cream at...
While heading West in I-70, we took a few hours to check out Richmond and the Depot District. The Furniture bldg. Had some interesting historical bits, but most of it was simply a showroom for Ashley Furniture. Had ice cream at Ulreys, and checked out Little Sheeba's.
We went to the Depot District to get some chocolate and one of the shops there. There were four of us and we all got really great treats. the service was great the people working there were very friendly.
This historic district is small but up and coming and easily about a block long. Two good restaurants and visitors must experience the Richmond Furniture Company. Half retail store and half museum and free to wander inside all three floors covering nearly a block.
A variety of eateries, unique antique shops and others. Old bookstore, crafts, Indiana's largest furniture store-4 stories. The Blues club and local brewery are must stops. Many special family oriented events and activities are held throughout the year.