Brown County is a county in Indiana that is located approximately an hour south of the city of Indianapolis, anchored by its county seat Nashville. The county is known as the "Art Colony of the Midwest," famed throughout the region for its fine arts and crafts studios and galleries, antique and flea markets, and homestyle culinary scene. The region's cultural and artistic heritage is displayed at the T.C. Steele State Historic Site, which showcases the former home and studio of the Hoosier Group impressionist. Quaint restaurants and art galleries are showcased throughout downtown Nashville, which may be explored as part of culinary, wine, and cultural tours. Natural attractions include the 16,000-acre Brown County State Park and the Hoosier and Yellowwood State Forests, which offer opportunities for hiking, wildlife watching, and overnight camping.
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