We hope you will come & meet with us!
Since early last century, Nashville and the surrounding area of Brown County Indiana
have functioned as an artists' colony.
T.C. Steele, Adolph and Ada Shulz brought their families to Brown County in 1907.
They were the
first artists to establish permanent residences and studios. Over the
years, others followed, and Brown County Indiana became known as one of
the most popular artist colonies in the nation. In the early days, the
Pittman Inn was a favorite place for itinerant artists to stay and visit
with the other local artists.
Today, in 2005, Brown County Indiana is one of the most popular places for groups to gather and meet.
Our facilities allow for intimate, casual meetings and seminars that enlighten and refresh your members,
employees, or participants.
Along with our meeting rooms we offer southern hospitality and Mother Nature's bounty. Before, during and
after productive meetings your participants can commune with nature in Indiana's largest and most popular state park, Yellowwood Forest, Lake Monroe and many other secret spots in this special place, Brown County.
After hours and lunch breaks, your guests will enjoy the unique art galleries, craft shops and entertainment in Little Nashville Indiana.
Nashville, located in beautiful Brown County Indiana, is home to the Little
Nashville Opry, The Nashville Follies and The Brown
The Melchior Marionette Theatre and the Joy Bell Theatre are also popular attractions.
Bean Blossom Jamboree and the Bill Monroe Hall of Fame are just up the road.