Old School Way, Nashville, IN, 47448
About Pioneer Village
Located on Old School Lane, just east of the Courthouse. Call Historical Society for info.
The Museum Complex is maintained by the Brown County Historical Society, a non-profit organization formed in 1957 to collect, preserve, and exhibit the history of the County. Village and Museum open May through October, Thursday-Sunday, 11:00 a.m.-4:00p.m..
Come see a two-story 1879 log jail, used until 1919; a two-story dog-trot log building, once used as a community building and housing exhibits of Brown County schools and churches, military items, and a special exhibit of Cracker Jack memorabilia created by local artist Carey Cloud; an authentically restored log cabin with exhibits typical of the pioneer period; a working blacksmith shop circa 1850; an 1898 doctor’s office used by Dr. Alfred J. Ralphy for nearly 50 years in Bellsville, in the southeastern part of the county.
Donations accepted. Children under 10 free when accompanied by an adult. Group tours available.