Experience Historic Madison with guided tours


Heritage Hall is open for tours Tuesday through Saturday, 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Sunday, 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm. Tours are led by docents and last approximately 45 minutes.

We are closed New Year's Day, Easter, July 4th, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.

In addition, tours of Rogers House and Rose Cottage, house museums owned by the city of Madison and operated by the Morgan County Historical Society, are open for tours with a combination ticket that includes Heritage Hall. Tours of Rogers House and Rose Cottage are Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 am to 4:30 pm, and Sunday, 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm. Tours are self-guided following a docent introduction.

Tours of Heritage Hall or a combination tour that includes Heritage Hall, Rogers House, and Rose Cottage are scheduled on the hour by appointment. Appointments may be made on the day of the tour; however, the first tour of the day should be booked before 4:00 pm the day before the tour. To schedule a tour, please call 706-342-9627.

Prices for regular daily tours at Heritage Hall are adults $10, students $7, and children under 12 are free. Prices for a combination tour of Heritage Hall, Rogers House, and Rose Cottage are adults $15, students $10, and children under 12 are free.

Discount pricing is available for groups. Groups traveling in buses and motor coaches may request to have a narrated tour through the historical district in Madison. The price for a narrated tour is $3 per person and must be planned ahead of time.

To book and customize your group tour, please call Heritage Hall at 706-342-9627, or send us an email


Do you like ghost stories?

Heritage Hall is said to be home to a ghost (or two!) A bedroom is appropriately named the Ghost Room because of the number of “incidents” reported to have occurred in this room by visitors. If asked, our docents will happily share some of these visitor incidents as well as personal experiences with you.
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Rogers House

Built by Reuben Rogers from 1809-1810, the house is a fine example of the Piedmont Plain style of architecture seen throughout the rural United States.

Rose Cottage

Adeline Rose, born in 1864 to an enslaved family, had this home built in 1891 by earning her living washing and ironing at 50 cents a load.


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