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 months of April – November. 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.