Midwest Living Review
Art, fun, food and even fashion await the visitor to this cozy village in the hills an hour south of Indianapolis. Anchored by a thriving community of artists, many following in the footsteps of Hoosier School en plein air painter T.C. Steele, Nashville has boomed with tourism in recent decades while maintaining its small-town character. Yes, there are days in fall leaf season when you can barely turn around for the crowds, but there is a reason for that: The town is nestled in the center of some of the most scenic landscapes the Hoosier state has to offer. With planning, it's possible to enjoy the many small shops, the scenery and great food.