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Our partners are the premier attractions and businesses in Darke County, and we work tirelessly on their behalf to promote their amazing products and experiences.


The KitchenAid Experience® Retail Center in downtown Greenville brings passion alive through exceptional products, cooking demonstrations and exciting events that celebrate the spirit and pride that is KitchenAid. Explore the store to find the most complete collection of first-quality countertop and culinary products made by KitchenAid. You’ll find all the special KitchenAid colors, styles and accessories you’ve been wanting as well as any innovative, new products KitchenAid is constantly developing. Their complete line of gadgets, bakeware, cookware, cutlery, and textiles will fit the needs of everyone on your gift list. 

The KitchenAid Stand Mixer Factory is an astonishing testimony to the craftsmanship and quality of KitchenAid products and the people who build them. Doors are open to give you a behind-the-scenes look at the entire manufacturing process and what it takes to bring a legend to life. Every KitchenAid Stand Mixer in the world is assembled with pride in the factory in Greenville, Ohio USA. The tour adds a whole new dimension to the KitchenAid Experience Retail Center, and will leave you with a new appreciation for the way KitchenAid products are made.

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This Euro-American inn and restaurant offer excellent, one-of-a-kind accommodations and delicious fare. Featuring 22 guest rooms and uniquely remodeled suites, this boutique inn is located in the heart of the Village of Versailles on the town square.

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The Garst Museum offers over 35,000 square feet of exhibit space within six building wings. Featured are The National Annie Oakley Center and the foremost collection dedicated to the life of Annie Oakley. Other major exhibits include The Treaty of Green Ville and “Mad” Anthony Wayne, Tecumseh and Native Americans, Lowell Thomas, an extensive military collection, period American furnishings, county history, and agricultural artifacts. The museum also offers a well-staffed genealogy research library and a unique store.

Built in 1849, this water powered flour mill is an authentic example of a stone grinding mill of its time. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977, it is still in use today to grind a variety of local grains. Self-guided tours may be taken during normal business hours with guided tours available by appointment.

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The Bradford Railroad Museum is dedicated to the preservation of Bradford, Ohio's railroad heritage. The railroad was once a significant part of Bradford's economy, employing many who manned the trains, worked in the switching yards and in the roundhouse where steam locomotives were kept and serviced between runs. The museum has restored Bradford's former Pennsylvania Railroad BF interlocking tower and opened a museum in the former bank building. The museum contains photos and displays that will allow the visitor to journey through Bradford's railroad history.

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Interested in leveraging the marketing power of the DCVB to help your business? We offer several compelling marketing options through our Partner Program! Feel free to review our offerings here, or reach out to us directly at 937-548-5158  or info@visitdarkecounty.org.

421 S. Broadway
Greenville, OH 45331  |  800.504.2995

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