Adventure and Fun in Washington County, Indiana

Welcome to the heart of Southern Indiana, where picturesque landscapes, warm hospitality, and a touch of nostalgia await you. Escape the hustle and bustle of city life and embark on an unforgettable journey through Washington County, a charming destination that promises to soothe your soul and ignite your sense of adventure.

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H & R Bakery
21 Public Square, ,

Grab a Long John or a glazed donut (or two) and a coffee or a chai mocha and enjoy the view of the historic square while relaxing in some comfy chairs.

Hay-Morrison House (John Hay Birthplace)

The Hay-Morrison House was called the Salem Grammar School when it opened in 1825. Although the building saw limited utility as a school, it is individually listed on the National Register because of its association with John Hay and John T. Morrison. The Hay Morrison House, an excellent example of 1824 Federal architecture in the Midwest, is now part of the John Hay Center complex and open to the public.

Heaven Sent Gifts
65 Public Square, ,

Heaven Sent Gifts is a Christian store that sells almost everything. If we don't have it we will order it!

Hicksite Quaker Meeting House

Elias Hicks was a Quaker preacher from Long Island, New York and an early advocate of the abolition of slavery in the United States. His followers became known as Hicksites. This meeting house in Salem was founded by followers of Elias Hicks. Early Friends (Quakers) believed that it was important to avoid fanciness in dress, speech, and material possessions, because those things tend to distract one from waiting on God’s personal guidance. In addition to the simple dress and freedom from luxurious ways, the simple construction of their churches, referred to as Meeting Houses, is evident in the Hicksite Friends Meeting House located just east o ...

Home Roots
52 Public Square, ,

Their goal is to provide all of our divas with a great experience. Fashionable pieces and a platform to express that Divalicioussness!!

Huckster’s Hall
210 W Mulberry St, ,

Indoor flea market. Antiques, Vintage, primitives, new and used goods. Be sure to enjoy the truss architecture of the historic building that was a basketball gymnasium.

Hughes Tire Service Building

The Hughes Tire Service Building (c. 1920) at 213 South Water, is one of several buildings in the Salem Historic Downtown district that were originally constructed for automotive use and maintain that connection today. Many have changed from their original uses as car dealerships to auto related service uses, such as tire and body shops. Smaller dealerships have consolidated, closed, or moved to other locations. The Hughes Tire Service Building features the steel bow string truss roof, characteristic of the Water Street corridor. Its high parapet wall is capped with tile coping and contains a row of six rectangular brick panels, framed with header ...

Hunter's Ridge Winery
9945 E. Garrison Hollow Rd, ,

We are a family-owned and operated winery

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