Explore Madison | Morgan County

Madison remains a reminder of the country’s southern beauty and grace spared by General Sherman’s torch in his infamous March to the Sea. A true architectural gem, Madison delivers no shortage of history and heritage to explore, earning it a place on Southern Living Magazine's list as one of the "South's Best Small Towns."

Stroll through this time capsule of architecture where over 50 antebellum homes are on display. Venture inside the columned mansions and quaint cottages that local legends once called home. Listen to the stories of Madison’s past and the town’s local hero who pulled his political strings to save the town from a fiery demise. Once you’re full of history, be sure to shop the boutiques and hunt for antiques in the historic shopping district then re-fuel at a unique eatery. Wrap up this perfect visit by soaking up even more southern hospitality in one of Madison’s charming B&B’s.

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Madison-Morgan County Convention & Visitors Bureau

115 E. Jefferson St.
Madison, GA 30650



Heritage Hall

Built in 1811, this mansion was once home to a prominent physician named Elijah Evans Jones. Dr. Jones quite literally “practiced medicine” as he was a medical doctor by the age of 22 with only one year of medical training. Embark on this docent led tour filled with surprises including the diamond window etchings of newly engaged ladies and a ghost story or two!

Monday – Saturday: 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Sunday: 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
For more info please call 706-342- 9627

Hard Labor Creek State Park

As the second largest state park in Georgia, Hard Labor offers endless recreational opportunities such as swimming, biking, hiking, and horseback riding but may best be known for golf. The Creek at Hard Labor features a challenging 18-hole course with Bermuda greens and narrow tree-lined fairways. Overnight guests can choose from fully equipped cottages or a modern campground.

For more info please call 706-557- 3001

Visit the Madison Morgan Cultural Center

Originally built as one of the first graded schools in the Southeast, this elegantly restored 1895 Romanesque Revival building now serves as a performing and visual arts center. With historic exhibits on display and a unique apse-shaped auditorium that offers excellent acoustics for performances, there’s always something to see at the Madison Morgan Cultural Center.

Tuesday – Saturday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday: 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
For more info please call 706-342- 4743
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