Brown County History Center

Contact Info
Address:90 East Gould Street , Nashville, IN 47448

Located just northeast of the Courthouse, the History Center welcomes visitors with a wide front porch, rustic charm, and Brown County’s fascinating past. There are exhibit halls, a reconstructed log cabin room with a fireplace, gift shop, and environmentally-controlled areas for the collection and archive of important documents. Tour the facility and discover Brown County’s past!

A variety of spaces are available for receptions, rehearsal dinners, and catered events, including the Grand Hall with vaulted ceilings, polished oak floors, and a stunning view overlooking the Village of Nashville and the hills beyond. A warming kitchen is also available as well as a state-of-the-art sound and projection system to enhance events and musical performances.

Pioneer Village is open May – November  to walk through and ask questions (as long as docent available to volunteer and weather allows.)


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Event Venues | History | Kid Friendly Activities | Self Guided