Madison: Days Three & Four on Georgia’s Antebellum Trail

During our third and fourth day on Georgia’s Antebellum Trail, we spent exploring Madison and its surrounding areas. Madison is about halfway along this 170 mile drive of what General Sherman decided not to burn on his ‘March to the Sea’.

During our two day visit in this beautiful and historic city, we had the pleasure to see even more of the rich and historic south. In addition, we found what makes for true southern charm enjoying some great food and spending time with friends. Not to mention some much needed relaxing times on the deck at the charming B & B we stayed at—the Brady Inn 

Our first stop here was at Heritage Hall


Heritage Hall (circa. 1811)


A walking tour or a slow drive (as we saw several cars doing) is a must through the historic district while listening to the free audio walking/driving tour guide. It can be found on your Apple device. Search App Store for:   “Madison GA Downtown Tour”

Madison house

Madison’s Welcome Center-Old Firehouse

Old firehouse Madison

Welcome Center-Old Firehouse


Town Park


Dovetale House’s Bird House


Madison’s Courthouse

Consider These Eats

Madison Chophouse Grill

Amici Italian Cafe 

Stay Options

Brady Inn   – Highly recommended

James Madison Inn – A little pricey (a few movies filmed in and around the hotel, if this interests you).

Kirby House

What to Do

Explore this site for ideas on what to do

Madison-Morgan County Convention & Visitors Bureau

Enjoy your visit to Georgia and thank you for reading….


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