Morgan County Historical Society and Heritage Hall

The Morgan County Historical Society, housed at Heritage Hall, in beautiful Madison, is ready to share the past and present of Madison and Morgan County. Heritage Hall opens its doors to welcome guests Tuesday-Sunday.

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.

This Greek Revival home was built in 1811 and was a private residence until 1977. The last resident of the home, Mrs. Sue Reid Walton Manley, was known as "Madison's First Lady" for her gracious financial support of churches, education, the city, and numerous weddings, receptions, and parties hosted at the home.

Madison, Georgia is a unique, small southern town with well-preserved Antebellum and Victorian homes and cottages. Visitors will enjoy leisure strolls through town, relaxing swings in Town Park, a variety of restaurants., and shopping at the many quaint shops along the route.




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