Where to eat in Nashua!
- Tangleroot Cafe’ & Caterer 322 Main St, Nashua, IA (303) 845-2056
- Shelby’s Southern Smokehouse 316 Main St Nashua, IA (641) 435-2464
- Subway 80 Amherst Blvd Nashua, IA (next to the Visitor’s Center)
A Few Other Attractions That May Be of Interest:
Adjacent to the Little Brown Church is the Old Bradford Pioneer Village; The Museum is open May 1 – October 31. The Village is maintained by the Chickasaw County Historical Society, it features 14 buildings as well as a large collection of antiques and memorial items from Dr. Pitts who wrote the church song.
The Carnegie Cultural Center, New Hampton focuses on the arts, history, and cultural awareness for the benefit, enlightenment, and enjoyment of all Chickasaw County residents and visitors. Temporary and Permanent exhibits fill this old Carnegie Library building. (641) 394-2354 7 N. Water Ave, New Hampton, IA 50659
Charles City, roughly 12 miles North-West of the church, has the site of the first tractor built in Iowa at their local museum.
Carrie Chapman Catt Girlhood Home is within 10 miles of the church and is Open Memorial Day to Labor Day (late May to early September) and by appointment
A buffalo ranch is within 20 miles.
The Fossil & Prairie Center is only 28 miles away
In Waterloo, approximately 40 miles south of The Little Brown Church; you can tour the John Deere Plant, one of the largest in the nation.
The Bily Clocks Museum at Spillville is about 50 miles away. This museum features hand carved 10 and 12 foot clocks made by the Bily Brothers in the years between 1913 and 1940, including the American Pioneer History clock for which Henry Ford offered a million dollars, and a replica clock of The Little Brown Church. The museum was also the site where Antonin Dvorak stayed while visiting the United States in the late 1800’s and the second floor of the museum features displays of this famous Czech composer.
At Decorah you will find the largest Norwegian Museum in the United States; The Vesterheim Norwegian American Museum – is 65 miles north-east; they can provide information on their yearly Norwegian celebrations.
The Grotto of the Redemption in West Bend, Iowa is approximately 120 miles west of the church.
The Amana Colonies are approximately 120 miles South,
The House on the Rock is about 150 miles east near Spring Green, Wisconsin,