Hidden in a stunning valley in beautiful Brown County (literally the most beautiful area of Indiana) it is one of the oldest covered bridges in the entire state. It’s gorgeous, having been built in 1880, and to this day it’s an iconic symbol of the Hoosier State’s beauty. The Bean Blossom covered bridge in Indiana is a treat to check out all year round, but in the fall, it takes on a particularly special glow. It’s surrounded by healthy, fluffy trees, and during autumn, those trees always eventually find themselves ablaze with color.

What’s your favorite covered bridge in Indiana? Do you have any photos of it during the fall? Share your thoughts – and pictures – with us in the comments!

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