Q. Where is the closest public restroom?

A. There are five public restrooms located in the village.

  1. The Courthouse: open Monday thru Friday 8:00am-4:00pm
  2. Mound Street: open seven days a week
  3. The Nashville House Old Country Store: open seven days a week
  4. Antique Alley on Jefferson Street: open seven days a week
  5. School House Lane: open seven days a week

Q. What time are most stores open?

A. Typically most stores are open 10:00am-5:00pm, however on the weekends some stores will stay open later. Most of the stores will be open year round.

Q. Where is the best place to eat?

A. The Visitor’s Center has a book full of the menus from the restaurants. You can view the book and see what every restaurant has to offer.

Q. What is going on while I’m here?

A. On our website you can find a list of all the events happening for the day, week, month, and year. You can also find a listing of the events in the local newspaper “Brown County Democrat, “ on the Something To Do calendar.

Q. What is a Hoosier?

A. The term “Hoosier” is a firmly established nickname here in Indiana, but its origins are unclear.

Q. What can I do while my wife is shopping?

A. There is a wide range of activities for men to do while visiting us

  1. Fishing
  2. Golfing
  3. Ziplining
  4. Shops with particular interest in men’s merchandise.
  5. Hiking
  6. Mountain Biking
  7. Some restaurants have televisions, so you can watch the game while she’s shopping

Q. What do I do on a rainy day?

A. There are entertainment venues and attractions located around Brown County. Check out the Things to Do page to find out more or take a look at one of our Rainy Day Trip Ideas.

Q. Where can I park?

A. For free: at the end of Washington St. (West of Van Buren) there is a large parking lot available for visitors, there is also one behind the Subway on Pat Reilly Dr.  Street parking is free as well.  For a small fee: there are small parking lots scattered through the Village of Nashville (it usually starts at $4 to park).

Q.  Are there any places to stay that are pet friendly?

A.   Yes.  On our website under places to stay, on the left hand side under "Amenities" you will see "Pet Friendly".  Select pet friendly and it will filter out your options. 

Q. Are you closed during the winter?

A.   Absolutely not.  There are 5 hotels with indoor pools and some with spas and an indoor water park.  Many outdoor activities still go on during the winter, plays will be showing, shops and restaurants will still be open as well.

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