Did you know that Brown County is one of America’s original art colonies? Did you know it’s also home to one of the oldest art galleries in the country? That’s right, around here art is more than just something to admire, it’s a way of life…and it always has been!
Dubbed the “Art Colony of the Midwest,” Brown County has deep artistic roots, stretching all the way back to the late 1800s! A long-standing haven for the arts, it’s still living up to the title today!
It’s official, it’s spring! Instead of hitting the beach or spending hours stuck in the car, spend your Spring Break in Brown County this year! That’s right, no matter what direction you’re coming from, we’re only a short drive away. Plus, with endless outdoor adventure opportunities and a one-of-a-kind downtown Village, a visit to Brown County is hard to beat!
So, if you’re looking for some last-minute Spring Break plans, pack your bags, grab the family, and head to Brown County! Come for a long weekend, break up the mid-week monotony, or stay for the entire week…we have plenty to discover and do.
All aboard! Chances are if you’ve been in the Village, you’ve seen the classic Nashville Express. After all, how could you miss it?! Rolling through town daily from May through October is the large black train, packed full of curious visitors eager to see what’s around the next corner.
A Brown County staple for nearly four decades, the Nashville Express is the perfect way to take in all the sights. Simply sit back and relax on the 2.5 mile scenic tour of Nashville, complete with a brief history lesson from the conductor.
The Indiana Covered Bridge Loop is 9 different covered bridges spread throughout 6 counties in Central Indiana. Brown County lucky to be home of two of the bridges in this loop. These two covered bridges are both beautiful and full of history.