• St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception was built in 1897 and is the third church for this parish.

  • Built in 1905, the Booker T. Washington School was constructed and designed to educate the African American children in the town.

  • The Rushville Public Library dates its origins back to 1823. The current library building was constructed in 1930.

  • The Princess Theater was built in 1915 and closed in 2001. It is currently being renovated to be used as the City Hall.

  • The Rushville Memorial Gymnasium was built in 1926. It is the 3rd oldest gymnasium still being used in Indiana for basketball games.

  • The Napoleon Central House was built in 1836 by George Craig. This has been used as a Post Office, Tavern, Stage Coach Stop and restaurant.

  • Built in 1856, St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church in Morris, Indiana is still an active church with weekly masses and an annual festival.

  • St. Nicholas Catholic Church is located in a very rural area of Ripley County, Indiana.

  • The Osgood Rock Quarries began operation in the early 1900s and continued to operate until the 1950s.

  • The Ripley County fair dates back to the 1850s and is still held each year. Originally the fair was held in Versailles and later it was moved to Osgood.