Warsaw is the perfect mix of town and country. It is rich in culture and industry. Warsaw boasts a world-class theater, two museums and a wide array of restaurants. The historic downtown features charming shops and the historic Kosciusko County Courthouse.
Warsaw Parks & Recreation Department presents the Friday Evening Performing Arts Series of concerts throughout the summer. These concerts include the popular Classic Rock Concert, Country Music Concert and Blues & BBQ.
Don’t miss Warsaw’s First Friday celebration held in downtown Warsaw on the 1st Friday of each month. Created by the downtown merchants and the Warsaw Community Development Corp. this event celebrates the great things happening in downtown Warsaw.
Did you know?
- Warsaw was voted one of the Best Small Cities to Raise a Family by Forbes Magazine. Warsaw was ranked #11.
- Warsaw is considered the Orthopaedic Capital of the World. With two of the top ten manufacturers of Orthopaedics in the World headquartered here, Depuy Synthes and Zimmer Biomet.
- With four lakes within its city limits – Center Lake, Pike Lake, Hidden Lake and Winona Lake – Warsaw is also known as the City of Lakes.
- Catch a show at the Wagon Wheel Center for the Performing Arts.
- Warsaw has one of the largest printing presses in the world, RR Donnelley, the largest projection screen manufacturer in the world, Da-Lite and the leading manufacturer of conversion vans in the nation, Explorer Van Co. Inc.
- Warsaw’s Steve Hollar played the role of Rade Butcher in the 1986 “Hoosiers” movie about high school basketball.
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