Brownstown or Ewing is a wonderful place visit and enjoy all that what we have to offer! We have provided the following links to other Organizations, Historical sites, Fine Art and Recreational opportunities so that you may discover more about Brownstown and Ewing and our surrounding area. Please consider making a visit soon to Brownstown and Ewing!


Town of Brownstown, Indiana

Brownstown Chamber of Commerce

Jackson County Bicentennial Planning Committee

Indiana Main Street

Indiana's Historic Pathways

The Community Foundation of Jackson County

Jackson County Visitors Center

Seymour Main Street, Seymour, Indiana

Shop Main


Historical Sites

Jackson County History Center - on the corner of Walnut Street and Sugar Street in Brownstown. Home to the
Ball Memorial Museum, Old Livery Barn, Col. John Ketchum Pioneer Village and Jackson County Genealogical Society

Medora Covered Bridge - Longest historic covered bridge in the U.S.


The Arts

Jackson County Community Theater - Live theatre productions at the Royal-Off-the-Square Theatre in Brownstown.

Brownstown Fund for the Arts - Providing art and culture in Brownstown and the surrounding area

Southern Indiana Center for the Arts - Promoting artistic achievement and cultural enrichment.

Indiana Artisans - This collaborative organization brings together Indiana's talented Artisans' one-of-a-kind art and food creations - in stores and on trails crisscrossing the state.


Recreational Opportunities

Jackson County Watermelon Festival - Downtown festival celebrating community and Jackson County's famous watermelons (September)

Brownstown Exchange Club - Round Barn Bike Ride (July), Melon Fest 5K (Sept) and Fort Vallonia Days 5K (Oct)

Jackson County Fair - Award winning and one of the largest county fairs in Indiana (July)

Brownstown Speedway - 1/4 mile Oval Dirt Racing (March - October)

Starve-Hollow State Recreation Area - Vallonia, IN - approx. 280 acres offering some of the best camping in southern Indiana.

Jackson-Washington State Forest - provides scenic views second to none and offers some breathtaking hiking opportunities.

Fort Vallonia Days - Vallonia, Indiana's annual festival observed the third weekend in October.

Seymour Octoberfest - Seymour, Indiana's annual Octoberfest held the first weekend in October.