Plan Your Visit
As one of America’s original artists’ colonies, Brown County, Indiana is known for its rustic beauty and unique charm. From eclectic boutiques and inspiring art galleries to welcoming accommodations and exciting outdoor adventure, there’s something for everyone to enjoy, and for most, it’s only a short drive away.
Grab some dinner and a local brew. Hit the hiking trails. Shop until you drop. Everything pairs perfectly with a performance at The Historic Brown County Playhouse.
Plan your visit today!
Getting to Town
60 miles | I-65 Take I-65 S/I-70 W towards Louisville. Merge onto IN-46 W via exit 68 towards Nashville/Bloomington. At 16 miles turn right at the light onto Van Buren St./IN-135. The Playhouse will be on your left.
19 miles | Head east on State Road 46/IN-46, at the traffic light in Nashville, stay straight to go onto Van Buren St/IN-135. The Playhouse will be on your left.
From Columbus, IN
18 miles | Head west on State Road 46/IN-46, at the t-traffic light in Nashville, bear right and get onto Van Buren St/IN-135. The Playhouse will be on your left.
From Louisville, KY
86 miles | Take I-65 N heading towards Indianapolis. Take the IN-46 exit 68 toward Nashville/Bloomington. At 16 miles turn right at the light onto Van Buren St./IN-135. The Playhouse will be on your left.
Click here to view all traffic delays, road closures and updates for the entire state of Indiana providing details from all directions of your travel.
The Parking Situation
The Brown County Playhouse does not have a dedicated parking lot. Street parking can be found for free throughout the Village of Nashville.
Free parking lots are located on West Washington Street, Pat Reilly Drive (behind the Subway restaurant), and on Old School Way near the public restroom building.
Pay lots are scattered throughout Nashville. Parking costs vary, usually starting at $4. View a map of Nashville here.
Hotels & Restaurants
Stay and play in Brown County!
With a variety of unique lodging accommodations, your overnight experience is sure to be unforgettable. Brown County’s diverse hotel, B&B, camping, and cabin scene is far from ordinary, but will leave you feeling right at home. Discover places to stay here.
Treat your taste buds during your visit to Brown County too. Experience the local flavors and fare at one of the area’s delicious restaurants, sweet shops, wineries, breweries, and distilleries. Come hungry, leave happy! See eateries, drinkeries, and confectioneries here.
For other things to do in Brown County, including outdoor adventure, shopping, art, and events, visit www.browncounty.com.
Health & Safety
In accordance with the Town of Nashville, masks are recommended but not required while visiting the Brown County Playhouse.
Certain artists performing at the Playhouse may require more strict Covid-19 regulations. These guidelines will be advised on the ticketing website at the time of purchase.