Little Nashville, Indiana
Nashville Indiana, located in beautiful
Brown County Indiana, just one hour south of Indianapolis IN,
is known to many country music fans as "Little Nashville".
Nashville Indiana was home to The Little Nashville Opry for 25 years.
The property has been purchased and plans are underway to rebuild the Opry.
In the meantime, many other Brown County Indiana adventures await you.
The Brown County Playhouse hosts live entertainment and first run movies all year long.
Bean Blossom Bluegrass Music Park has festivals through the season.
The Brown County Indiana Wedding Chapel
is a destination wedding venue for Hoosier brides. Mikes Music & Dance Barn offers dancing with Billy
every Monday night. Come out and learn to line dance. Downtown during the season the kids will enjoy the
wonderful puppet shows of the Melchior Marionettes.
Other Brown County adventures include browsing the Brown County Antique Markets,
The Brown County Indiana Art Guild, Old Time Flea Market, and the historic
Brown County Art Gallery.
Outdoor adventure is available at EXplore Brown County,
Salt Creek Golf Course,
Paint Ball Valley, Rawhide Ranch, Brown County State Park, Lake Monroe,
Yellowwood State Forest and the Salt Creek Trail.
Be sure to stock up on snacks at
the Nashville, Indiana Carmel Corn Cottage,
There are many choices for overnight accommodations in Little Nashville Hotels & Motels.
Be sure to leave time to enjoy Brown County State Park,
Indiana's Favorite Playground and the unique village known as
Little Nashville Indiana with Hundreds of Unique Shops, Art & Craft Galleries.
Nashville Indiana is a great place for a girlfriends get-a-way, a family
vacation, a Gatlinburg style Wedding or, romantic honeymoon or anniversary getaway weekend.
There is so much to do, see and experience in Little Nashville Indiana.
Stay overnight in a Brown County Log Cabin or Country Inn.
Get Married in Little Nashville Indiana.
Visit the Bill Monroe Bluegrass Hall of Fame.
Play Paintball, Go Mountain Biking, take a canoe or ATV tour.
Visit Foxfire Fall Market or the Spring Maple Syrup Festival.
Good Food, Good Music, Good Fun!