Interactive Tourism Map
Goshen, Indiana, located in the heart of Amish country, is the perfect location to serve as your central hub while touring north central Indiana. Several area destinations are less than 30 minutes from Goshen, including Middlebury, Shipshewana, Nappanee, Warsaw, Winona Lake, South Bend, Notre Dame and several others.
While touring the area, take a moment to admire our classic courthouse in the heart of town. Walk past the unique "police booth" on the corner, used to protect the twon from bank robbers in the late 1930s. Our Carnegie Library was the first of its kind in Indiana and now houses the City Offices. Feel free to enter and explore this historic building.
In 1983, the downtown Historic District was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Many residential streets are lined with stately maple trees, giving Goshen the nickname The Maple City. These great maples give lush shade in summer and create a spectacular show of color in autumn.
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