Arts and Culture

Courthouse Architecture

The three statues are from the Courthouse which stood at 100 W. Main St. which was built in 1885 and razed in 1966. The Indian or Indian and His Dog and the two women Agriculture and Industry were carved on the Courthouse Square under a tent while the courthouse was being built. The three statues were kept safe by the Delaware County Historical Society at the farm of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Stradling when the courthouse was razed in 1966. The three statues were later moved to the corner of Main and Walnut downtown.

David Dale Designs

Specializing in fine art for corporate, public & residential settings, David Dale Designs has a long-standing history of exhibiting and supporting the sale of quality works by David Dale, Indiana artists and craftspeople.

David Owsley Museum of Art at Ball State University

Discover one of Indiana’s best art museums! The David Owsley Museum of Art has an outstanding collection representing cultures from around the world from the past 5,000 years.

Try The Infinite Museum,, in the David Owsley Museum of Art. The site has more than 1,500 randomized “prompts” which visitors can shuffle through to spark discussion, surprising contemplation and new connections. They encourage visitors to move, sketch, question and interact with others and the art. All you need is a smartphone or tablet with a web browser, no art history knowledge required!

E.B. and Bertha C. Ball Home

Built in 1907, originally named Nebosham, this was the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.B. Ball. The home has been beautifully restored and is used for educational programs but is also available for scheduled tours.

Ed’s Glass and More Factory Outlet

Eds Glass and More MuncieTrailers arriving almost everyday bringing overstocked, discontinued, returns and seconds of merchandise. They have thousands of different items in their inventory. Glass, candles, home decor and more.

Face of Christ

Created in 1952 by artist Warner Wasson. This metal relief installed above the door of the Funk Building at St. Mary School is embedded in limestone.


Artist Paul Moore Fireflies was sculpted in 1995 and was cast in bronze. Paul Moore is a Fellow and Board Member of the National Sculpture Society. His work is in the U.S. Capital Collection and the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery, both in Washington, DC. His sculptures have been collected by numerous municipal, corporate, private and international institutions.

Five Points Fountain

When Hermon Lee Ensing of Philadelphia died in 1899, founder of National Humane Alliance, he bequeathed money to place throughout the United States a series of water fountains for animals. By 1911 about 130 fountains had been erected in cities in 44 states. The granite fountains featured a bowl from which horses could drink as well as water spouts near the ground for dogs and cats. Originally placed at Five Points (Ohio, Kirby Macedonia, Burlington and Windsor) it was restored and moved to Heekin Park and rededicated in 1971.