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As you travel in to town under the canopy of ancient oaks that line the olumned front porches, let the quietude of our quaint, unique town envelop you. A visit to Madison begins at the Welcome Center (the old firehouse built in (1887) where you can pick up the Walking-Driving Guide and information on attractions. Madison is one of Georgia’s premier Historic Districts and hosts one of the largest Home Tours scheduled each year during May and December. The Madison-Morgan Cultural Center(Circa 1895, the first graded Romanesque style school house in the Southeast), hosting a myriad of cultural events throughout the year and open daily (except for Mondays). Come explore Madison’s history, museums and art galleries. Available for special events. 706-342-4743. Morgan County African-American Museum(circa 1895), preserving the heritage and promoting awareness of African-American contributions to the culture of the South. 706-342-9191 Heritage Hall (circa 1811), Enjoy daily tours of this antebellum mansion and exquisite antiques. Available for special events. 706-342-9627 The Rogers House (circa 1810) and The Rose Cottage (circa 1891), enjoy daily tours of these unique historic homes indicative of the 1800s style of middle class living, located just behind the old courthouse on the square. 706-342-9627 Steffen Thomas Museum of Art, Sculptures and paintings by Steffen Thomas. Located just five minutes from Madison in the beautiful countryside of Buckhead. 706-342.7557 Outstanding Bed and Breakfasts: The Brady Inn, The James Madison Inn, The Farmhouse Inn at Hundred Acre Farm and Southern Cross Ranch. Our downtown district will be sure to delight you, with 12 unique eateries, a beautiful tea room, boutique shops, 160+ antique dealers and a Town Park complete with ongoing events. Be sure not to miss this short detour off of Interstate 20 to come explore the treasures Madison has to offer!
For Information & Group Tour Itineraries, contact:
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Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau
115 E. Jefferson Street
P.O. Box 826
Madison, Georgia 30650
(800) 709-7406 or (706) 342-4454
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