Autumn in Nashville Indiana
It's a great time to visit Nashville, Indiana, historic hoosier artists colony in beautiful Brown County Indiana
AFFORDABLE ROOMS at Hickory Shades Motel in beautiful Brown County Indiana
Couples Getaway 2nd Night FREE SPECIAL next door to Brown County State Park
Enjoy the FALL in Nashville, Indiana...Come Eat, Drink & Get Married!
Little Nashville's Brown County Playhouse
has returned as a great entertainment venue.
The Little Nashville Opry is expected to rebuild this year.
The Palace Theatre re-opened in the old Ordinary as a dinner theater.
Melchior Marionette Show and The Handbell Choir downtown Nashville have been entertaining visitors for years.
Spring starts off with the National Maple Syrup Festival and "the tourist season" just gets better & better all year long.
The Dance Barn is smoke free fun and golf can be enjoyed at Salt Creek Golf Resort 18 hole course. Rawhide Ranch and Paintball Valley offer exciting adventures including paintball and ziplines for young people. Brown County State Park, Lake Monroe Reservoir and Yellowwood State Forest provide outdoor activities for all ages.
The Bill Monroe Bluegrass Park offers nationally known stars during the bluegrass music festival season.
Getting married in Brown County Indiana has become "The thing to do!" Just like Gatlinburg and Vegas, Brown County Indiana has wedding chapels and outdoor gazebos. Tie the knot outside near Brown County State Park, or inside at the Abbey Chapel. Have a great Reception at Salt Creek Golf Resort or Mike's Music & Dance Barn. Honeymoon in a romantic hot tub room or private cabin.
Enjoy Monday Night Line Dance at Mike's Dance Barn.
Go trail riding, zip lining or mountain biking.
Enjoy Art & Crafts in Nashville, Indiana. Visit the Brown County Art Gallery, see historic works including Gustave Baumann, an American printmaker and painter, one of the leading figures of the color woodcut revival in America, member of the historic Brown County Art Colony.
Below, "Art on Fire". A video about 3 local glass artists from Brown County and Nashville, Indiana. Featured artists include Ron Schuster, Jim Lawrence and Anne Ryan Miller. Produced for the Brown County Convention and Tourism Bureau by Leo Miller, Vision Ventures Video.
Brown County Indiana has wonderful homes for saleThinking about retirement, or just want a weekend retreat?
Brown County Real Estate is very hot right now!
Close to Bloomington Indiana the IU campus, Lake Monroe and Brown County State Park, this is the perfect hoosier retirement location.
Southern Brown County is an outdoor adventure wonderlandIf you love excitement...this is the place! From historic Story, Indiana take a canoe trek down Salt Creek or try a horseback, backpack or kayak trip. Top it off with mountain biking, a zip through the trees or a rugged game of paintball at Paintball Valley.
The Bill Monroe Bluegrass Music Hall of fame is in Bean Blossom with its Blue Grass Hall of Fame, and Gnaw Bone Indiana offers antique malls and flea markets.
Of course, it's ok to rent a log cabin, just sit on the deck & enjoy nature.
Hoosier Group artist, T. C. Steele purchased
two hundred acres in the Hills of Brown, twelve miles from Bloomington, in 1907.
He and wife Selma built the "House of the Singing Winds".
The gardens will soon be full of spring flowers & butterflys.
Today, in the year 2015, artists and craftsmen continue to live and work in Nashville, and the surrounding hills & hollars of Brown County Indiana. They work out of shops and studios downtown Little Nashville, and they work from home studios in Story, Helmsburg, Bean Blossom, Belmont & Gnaw Bone.
Visitors to Nashville & Brown County, may stop by the T.C. Steele state historic site, the Brown County Art Guild, Oak Grove Gallery, the historic Brown County Art Gallery, Grasshopper Flats, Monday Morning Leather and the homes and studios of artists and crafts people throughout the quaint village and countryside.
Come stay with us ...Wonderful hot tub rooms, suites, cottages & log cabins in and near Nashville, Indiana, an historic hoosier artists' colony located in beautiful Brown County Indiana has been home and inspiration to many painters & craftsmen throughout time.