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5 Facts You Probably Don’t Know about Madison

Learn more about Madison, Georgia here! 1. In 1937, Madison Residents hosted a “Gone with the Wind” viewing party at the Honeymoon house. Peter Walton Godfrey and his wife, Caroline “Carrie” Hardee Godfrey, made it their home starting in 1932.  It was Carrie who gave Honeymoon its enduring nickname in honor of her childhood home… Continue reading 5 Facts You Probably Don’t Know about Madison

Culture · Food · Things to do

Plates Locals Love: A 3-Day Foodie Itinerary

Learn more about Madison here! It’s likely you’ve planned your weekend trip to Madison to include re-tracing the footsteps of General Sherman’s Union Soldiers. That, or you will surely work up an appetite if hours of antiquing and boutique-ing in Madison’s downtown shops is on your agenda. Whatever the case, we have just the meal… Continue reading Plates Locals Love: A 3-Day Foodie Itinerary

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Madison in May Spring Tour of Homes

Learn more about Madison, Georgia here! The countdown begins with only one month left until the Madison in May Spring Tour of Homes! Visit Madison for this enchanting day full of antebellum charm and glimpses into the past! Enjoy this preview list of homes on tour! Photo Credit : Madison Morgan Cultural Center Holly Hall… Continue reading Madison in May Spring Tour of Homes

History · Things to do

Madison’s Believe It Or Not!

Can you imagine a town rich with history that managed to escape the wrath of General Sherman’s fiery March to the Sea? What about a town full of antebellum homes? A town with mysterious cemeteries housing the remains of unknown confederate soldiers? Sounds like the perfect setting for a good ghost story… or several. It’s… Continue reading Madison’s Believe It Or Not!