Information about Madison, GA and the small, locally-owned businesses located there.

Small town charm, Big Southern Style

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A little about Madison

If Norman Rockwell would have visited Madison, he would have definitely painted the line-up of red-white-and-blue flags flying from the Greek Revival, Neoclassical Victorian and Romanesque homes along sun-dappled, oak-lined streets in and around the historic district. There is no doubt about it: Madison is Rockwell Country, with a twist of "Pleasantville". lthough Madison is most famous for its homes, it is more than a place with a well-documented historic pedigree. The vibrant downtown boasts over 165 antiques dealers, boutique shops, unique eateries – plenty to keep the most avid of shoppers and gourmands busy. The city also hosts food, art, music and agricultural festivals throughout the year, many of which are centered around Madison’s Town Park.

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The history of Madison

While many believe that Sherman spared the town because it was too beautiful to burn during his March to The Sea, the truth is that Madison was home to pro-Union Senator Joshua Hill. Hill had ties with General Sherman's brother at West Point, so his sparing the town was more political than appreciation of its beauty. Currently, Madison has one of the largest historic districts in the state of Georgia, and tourists from all over the world come to marvel at the antebellum architecture of the homes. Madison is the home of Southern Cross Guest Ranch, the only dude ranch in Georgia.

Contact Information

Address:
115 East Jefferson Street
Madison, Georgia
30650

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Businesses in Madison, Georgia

Here is a collection of local Madison, Georgia businesses. Clicking on the thumbnail image, or the blue "View Member" will take you to that businesses page. We've included some jump links so that you can easily navigate to different categories of businesses. Those, can be found directly below as icons. Or, there is a list of categories in the menu bar.

Art Lodging Museums / Attractions Restaurants Services Shopping

 

Artisan's Alley Southwestern Gallery

Art

Art and gifts primarily from the Southwest

 

Madison Artists Guild

Art

A place for artists to be revealed

 

Farmhouse Inn

Lodging

100 acres to explore and a charming inn

 

Madison Oaks Inn & Gardens

Lodging

1905 Greek Revival Mansion

 

The Brady Inn

Lodging

Two 1885 Victorian cottages on the Antebellum Trail

 

Hard Labor Creek State Park

Museums / Attractions

Golf, hiking, horseback riding,swimming and more

 

Heritage Hall Circa 1811

Museums / Attractions

Enter a world of Southern Hospitality and craftsmanship

 

Perk Avenue Cafe

Restaurants

Circa 1870s cafe and coffee house

 

The Madison ChopHouse Grille

Restaurants

Extensive menu with daily specials

 

The Madison Produce Company

Restaurants

A little store, A lot of FRESH

 

Town 220 Restaurant

Restaurants

Only the finest ingredients

 

Pure Bliss Spa & Shop

Services

Clarity - Balance - Bliss

 

Amelia's Apparel & Accessories

Shopping

Women's apparel and accessories

 

Antique Sweets

Shopping

Great selection of homemade confections

 

Broughton Artists' Market

Shopping

Eighteen artists presenting together

 

J&K Antiques, Etc.

Shopping

Antiques and fine collectibles

 

Laughing Moon

Shopping

A store full of fashion and fun for the whole family

 

Meiere House Antiques

Shopping

Many antiques presented in a period home

 

Sartoria Monica

Shopping

One of a kind sartorial boutique

 

Town & Country

Shopping

Clothing and accessories that get you noticed

 

Whidby Jewelers

Shopping

Fine Jewelry and Gifts