Madison Convention and Visitors Bureau
Madison-Morgan Chamber of Commerce
Office: 115 E. Jefferson Street, Madison, GA 30650
Phone: (706) 342-4454
Toll Free 800-709-7406
Website: Madison – Morgan Website
Events: Madison Calendar of Events
- “No. 1 Small Town in America” – Holiday Magazine
- Like "walking into a Norman Rockwell Painting."
- The largest designated historic district in Georgia
- “The most cultured and aristocratic town on the stagecoach route from Charlestown to New Orleans” – 1845 Guide to Georgia
Madison has the largest designated historic district in Georgia, which encompasses most of the town. During the Civil War, Sherman's Army spared Madison destruction because it was the home of pro-Union Senator Joshua Hill.
Successfully blending old with new and southern tradition with high-tech, Madison-Morgan County, Georgia, has been bringing tourists, newcomers, and local residents together in a unique, unspoiled atmosphere.
Madison's pre Civil War and Victorian homes, as well as its tastefully restored downtown, offer a wide range of shops, tastes, sights and services that delight visitors from this country and abroad, as they travel along Georgia’s Antebellum Trail, the Georgia’s Antique Trail and the Historic Heartland Travel Region.
Shopping, dining, and overnight accommodations support the bustling hospitality and recreation industries. Nearby Lake Oconee is a favorite retreat for Atlantans and snowbirds alike with its world class golf and tennis resorts.
The historic city and county are often said to be like "walking into a Norman Rockwell Painting." Life in Madison and Morgan County moves with a slower, more personal pace. Neighbors and friends still visit with one another under the shade trees that line Main Street. Farmers come to town on Saturdays. People here are genuinely friendly and will stop and open a door for you or speak when you walk by.
Click here to read more about the history of Madison and Morgan County.
Bruce Weiner Micro-Car Museum
The Bruce Weiner Micro-Car Museum has the largest single collection of microcars in the world.
Hard Labor Creek State Park
While this park may be best known for its golf course, The Creek, it also offers a wide range of recreational opportunities in a beautiful wooded setting. Horseback riders can explore 22 miles of trails, while hikers have their own 2.5-mile trail. A lakeside beach is open for swimming during summer.
Located in the heart of downtown Madison, Georgia, Heritage Hall opens its doors to welcome guests daily. The home is maintained by the Morgan County Historical Society and has been restored for its architectural and historical significance. Period furnishings provide an elegant and functional setting for public and private events.
Rogers House/Rose Cottage
The 1809 Rogers House is a museum furnished with period pieces. The Rose Cottage (circa 1891) has been restored to reflect its original charm. Adeline Rose, a woman who was born into slavery, built this historic house.
Steffen Thomas Museum
he Steffen Thomas Museum of Art (STMA) is dedicated to providing art education programs and projects for children and families in rural Northeast and Middle Georgia communities. Using Georgia artist Steffen Thomas's work as examples of creative expression the museum provides opportunities for children to develop their own talents, a deeper understanding of themselves, of their connections to all living things and of their responsibility for preserving the environment.
Georgia’s Antebellum Trail
A must on your visit to Georgia! History and beauty await you on this 100-mile trek through seven communities that escaped Sherman’s burning march through Georgia.
Georgia’s Antique Trail
In 18 beautiful communities you'll find delightful shopping venues offering a wide range of goods from unique collectibles to the finest in period antiques.
Georgia’s Lake Country
Exceptional entertainment, excellent values, and extraordinary adventures await you at Georgia's Lake Country --the small, historic towns and private retreats surrounding Lakes Oconee and Sinclair.
Heartland of the Confederacy Trails
The Heartland of the Confederacy Trails combines both the drama of Civil War battle and the real lives of the leaders and common people who lived during this turbulent period of our nation’s history. With the exception of Virginia, no state witnessed more military action than Georgia.