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Fayette County is a rural county with a population of around 30,000 in 10 townships. Visitors come from far and near to shop in Fayette County, Ohio. Tanger Outlets, located at exit 65 off of Interstate 71, includes over 100 stores offering just about every type of retail merchandise imaginable. Go one exit further north on I-71, and you will discover Jeffersonville Crossing Mall, with its antique, craft and retail stores.
If specialty stores are more to your liking, you'll find antiques, collectibles, and country craft stores in downtown Washington Court House and Jeffersonville. In addition, Fayette County also hosts two flea markets in Washington Court House - one monthly and one every weekend.
The Fayette County Courthouse, a source of great community pride, opened on May 1, 1885. It was the first building in Fayette County to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A giant eight day Seth Thomas clock, the second largest in the USA at the time of installation, graces the top of the building. Murals painted by Archibald M. Willard, painter of "The Spirit of 76" adorn the walls of the second floor corridor.