Walking in the door of the Back 40 Junction is like stepping back in time. The main dining room holds a priceless Tiffany chandelier. Fascinating artifacts decorate the walls and ceilings, including whaler's lamps, authentic Burma Shave highway signs and oil lamps once owned by Carol Lombard.
You'll see the area's largest collection of sculptures by John Rogers, dating from the mid-1800s. Antique Barnum and Bailey Circus posters adorn the walls of our Nickel Plate Pub, which also houses copper brewing equipment from Fort Wayne's Centlivre Brewery.