Brown County Attractions
Brown Country scenery

Historic Sites in and Around Brown County

T.C. Steele State Historic Site T.C. Steele State Historic Site
There's something for every history buff in Brown County Indiana. There is a pioneer village in Nashville, a famous artist's residence and property, an historic theater and even entire preserved village. In fact, there are few places in all the midwest that can boast so much history together with so much scenery.

If you take all that Brown County has to offer, from birding to wine tasting, it's no wonder that this is the vacation capital of Indiana. Where else can you start the day a quaint little village strolling through art, crafts and history museums, take a short drive and be at Indiana's biggest lake and end the day with a wine tasting just minutes from your headquarters back in Nashville? Or you might want to spend the day at a world famous bluegrass festival.

Brown County

Bill Monroe's Music Park & Campground

Bill Monroe Memorial Music Park & Campground
in the hamlet of Bean Blossom, IN, established by the father of Bluegrass... (more)

Brown County Art Gallery

Brown County Art Gallery
selling the work of Indiana's finest artists in downtown Nashville... (more)

Brown County Historical Museum

Brown County Historical Museum
located in downtown Nashville, the museum consists of 5 preserved buildings ... (more)

Brown County Playhouse

Brown County Playhouse
a Nashville, Indiana landmark, hosting a variety of professional productions.... (more)

TC Steele Historic Site

T.C. Steele State Historic Site
just southwest of Nashville, this famous Indiana painter's home is open year round.... (more)

The Story Inn

Village of Story
founded in 1851, nestled in the hills of Brown County south of Nashville, IN... (more)

Cornerstone Inn, Nashville, IN

Cornerstone Inn, Nashville, IN