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RESTAURANT AND RETAIL SHOPS RESPONSE TO COVID19 With the coronavirus being the subject of growing concern, the Shipshewana Retail...

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How Amazing is the Shipshewana Pajama Day Sale

11 Reasons you should be in Shipshewana for Pajama Day Sale The Shipshewana Pajama Sale has become a winter tradition for so many...

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Flea Market

Today, 8:00am
Shipshewana Flea Market, the Midwest's Largest Flea Market is nestled on 40 acres featuring products including plants, produce, clothing, home decor, yard decor, new, used, handmade, antiques,...

Flea Market

Wednesday, July 15, 2020, 8:00am
Shipshewana Flea Market, the Midwest's Largest Flea Market is nestled on 40 acres featuring products including plants, produce, clothing, home decor, yard decor, new, used, handmade, antiques,...

Salute to the Stars: Presley, Parton & Cash

Monday, July 20, 2020, 1:00pm
Showtimes Vary | Doors Open 30 min Prior Prices: Tickets Only – $24.95 | Dinner and Theater – $42.95 (plus tax & fees) This Concert will be held at the Blue Gate Music Hall The Bluegate...

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  • LaGrange County Convention & Visitors Bureau
    Located in the Next Door Shops Plaza next to Yoder's Shopping Center. Your first stop for information about Shipshewana. Pick up a LaGrange County Visitor's Guide and map, and all sorts of information for your visit in Shipshewana and LaGrange County.
  • LaGrange County Economic Development Corp.
    The LaGrange County Economic Development Corporation is the single point of contact for economic development efforts in LaGrange County Indiana and the towns of LaGrange, Shipshewana, Topeka and Wolcottville. 304 N. Townline Rd., Suite 2, LaGrange, IN 46761. Phone 260.499.4994
  • Town of Shipshewana
    Some half a million visitors per year come from around the country and from other parts of the world to see Shipshewana, Indiana. Many people come to participate in an auction, buying and selling, and to shop at the stores in the historic downtown. Others are here for the special festivals that take place throughout the year, and to see the enchanting lights of the Christmas season. And some visit to learn more about the Amish and Mennonites whose faith and simpler way of life holds special attraction in an age when speed and change are the hallmarks of modern-day culture. We hope you have an enjoyable visit, whether you’re here just for the day or for an extended stay. Town Hall is located 345 N. Morton St, Shipshewana, IN 46565