Richmond (Indiana)

Richmond is a city in Central Indiana. It was founded by Carolina Quakers in 1806.

Get in

Richmond is accessible by I-70, exits 149, 151, 153, and 156 A&B. Richmond is also accessible by US routes 27, 35, and 40.

The nearest train station is in Connersville. It is served by Amtrak.

The closest major airports are in Dayton, Indianapolis, and Cincinnati. There is also a small municipal airport in Richmond used for small business flights.

Get around

While Richmond does have a shuttle service that goes around downtown Monday-Saturday, having a car would be the best way to explore the city.

See

Learn

Richmond has four colleges

Founded by members of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in 1847. It is known for it's Biology, Peace & Global Studies, and Japanese Studies Programs

In addition to it's colleges, Richmond also has two seminaries located on the Earlham College Campus

Go next

Routes through Richmond

Indianapolis Greenfield  W  E  Dayton Columbus
Fort Wayne Lynn  N  S  Oxford Cincinnati
Kokomo Muncie  N  E  Dayton Chillicothe


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