A magical southern city just an hour east of Atlanta, Madison is the town Sherman refused to burn on his infamous March to the Sea. Its National Register Historic District is one of the state’s largest collections of 19th century architecture.
- Madison is home to three house museums nestled in the Historic District. Discover the stories of Madison’s past by wandering through Heritage Hall, Roger’s House, and Rose Cottage, open for tours daily.
- The Madison-Morgan Cultural Center is located in an extraordinary 1895 Romanesque Revival style building that once served as one of the Southeast’s first public graded schools.
- Experience Madison’s Historic District by downloading their free audio walking tour app for Apple or Android, or stop by the Madison Welcome Center for a paper version.
115 East Jefferson Street, Madison, GA 30650
Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m.,
Saturday 10:00a.m – 4:00p.m and Sunday 11:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.