House of the Singing Winds

Attracted by the rugged hills and spectacular vistas, famed "Hoosier Group" painter T.C. Steele (1847-1926) was the first artist to settle in Brown County, just after the turn of the 20th century. Visit Steele's historic studio and home, the House of the Singing Winds, at the T.C. Steele State Historic Site.

Many of Steele's impressionist landscape, still life and portrait paintings are displayed for all to enjoy. After touring the buildings, explore 211 acres of restored historic gardens, five wooded hiking trails and the Selma Steele State Nature Preserve.

Our museum gift shop has wonderful posters, Giclée prints, books and gift items, but the paintings are held in trust for all to enjoy, and are not for sale.


Open year-round

Tuesday through Saturday, 9am to 5pm, Sunday from 1 to 5pm,
closed Mondays and most holidays.

For information.

Call (812) 988-2785, fax (812) 988-8457

e-mail at

Part of the Indiana State Museum system.

The T.C. Steele State Historic Site is located at
4220 T.C. Steele Road, halfway between Nashville and Bloomington.
Turn south at Belmont, and drive 1 1/2 miles
up T.C. Steele Road to the stone arches at our front gate.

email ~ website ~ in the news


4220 T.C. Steele Road • Nashville, IN ~ (812) 988-2785

Fall home | map

Sidney Bolam | Rosey Bolte | Laura Bulla | Mary Burkhart | Brad Cox | Amy Greely | Chris Gustin | Joe Henderson

Peggy Henderson | Evan Knox | Amanda W. Mathis | Brian Newton | Cheri Platter | Michele Pollock | Douglas Runyan

Martha Sechler | Susan Showalter | Kathy Sparks | T.C. Steele State Historic Site| M.K. Watkins | Mindy Weddle | Ann Woods

Brown County Studio Tours, Inc. | P.O. Box 903 | Nashville IN, 47448

Questions? Email Jonathan

No reproduction without permission.
Copyright © 2016 by Brown County Studio Tours, Inc.