The Warsaw region offers the eclectic, the offbeat, the antique and nationally recognized brands when it comes to shopping. Of course, the essentials of life are all nearby, but the charm is found in the local, independent shops, stores and galleries of the area.
In Warsaw, there’s the history of Warsaw Cut Glass, which has been offering hand-cut crystal and glass objects since 1911. It is one of few places in the U.S. with on-site artisans cutting glass.
In Pierceton, the main street is dotted with antique shops that attract locals, lake-goers and tourists alike.
More common amenities can be found at various nationally recognized stores located in and around Warsaw. These include Wal-mart Supercenter, Kohl’s, T.J. Maxx Store, ULTA Beauty, Pier 1 Imports, Meijer, Lowe’s and much more. Also, supermarkets include Owen’s Supermarket/Kroger and Martin’s Supermarket.
Major malls and lifestyle centers are nearby in Fort Wayne and South Bend. If Nordstrom and Sak’s are more your style, Indianapolis and Chicago are within an easy car ride.
To learn more about the shopping options in Warsaw, Winona Lake and throughout Kosciusko County, refer to the Kosciusko County Convention and Visitors Bureau’s extensive informational section.