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Heritage Hall

277 S Main St, Madison, GA 30650-1371
+1 706-342-9627
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How the Other Half Lived

Spectacular home, thorough and personable tour. Interesting look at how the upper crust used to... read more

Reviewed 16 May 2017
St. Augustine, Florida
via mobile
Very Good Tour

We took the tour recently and greatly enjoyed the well informed docent. She really made the house... read more

Reviewed 12 May 2017
Naples, Florida
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16 May 2017
“How the Other Half Lived”
12 May 2017
“Very Good Tour”
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277 S Main St, Madison, GA 30650-1371
+1 706-342-9627
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Reviewed 16 May 2017 via mobile

Spectacular home, thorough and personable tour. Interesting look at how the upper crust used to live.

Thank mtsar6
Reviewed 12 May 2017

We took the tour recently and greatly enjoyed the well informed docent. She really made the house come alive. The most curious thing was the custom of the newly engaged young ladies of the house to "test" their diamonds by etching the windows. Save time...More

Thank cordyroy
Reviewed 1 May 2017

The tour through this house was interesting and quite informative. There was a tour about half way done and we joined in at the beginning of the upstairs tour. At the end, the docent immediately started again with the downstairs. That made it convenient to...More

Thank AZCatfan1
Reviewed 7 April 2017

Very nice tour through a beautiful pre-Civil War home. Provides a great glimpse into life at that time. Our guide was very knowledgable and friendly.

Thank Connie J
Reviewed 1 April 2017

I thoroughly enjoyed my tour of this beautiful home. My docent Lisa was wonderful. She was incredibly knowledgeable with a gracious delivery style. I highly recommend taking a tour.

Thank RooneyToronto
Reviewed 25 March 2017

We took a guided tour of this wonderful building. Our tour guide gave us a lot of very interesting background of the building, it's owners, and little anecdotes that made this a very special visit. Don't miss if you are in Madison

Thank vincetheelder
Reviewed 13 March 2017

Beautiful early home in Madison to tour. The staff is friendly and they know the history of the house and its importance to the history of Madison.

Thank JanMadison_Georgia
Reviewed 19 February 2017 via mobile

We drove all the way to Madison to see the town and tour Heritage Hall. We did not get to take tour because no one showed up to work to give the tour. We knocked on door and called number with no response. Was told...More

Thank travelgirlAtlanta_GA
Reviewed 4 February 2017 via mobile

I enjoyed the tour of this remarkable home in the heart of Madison, GA. It is exemplary of 200 year old architecture in the Deep South and beautifully restored. The docent was wonderful. Rooms are so dutifully decorated to period. This a must see if...More

Thank NP1951
Reviewed 5 January 2017

Very informative guide, very knowledgeable of the era & fascinating furnishings & articles Very impressed & strongly recommend a visit

Thank John W
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Do they have any slaves in the house? Do they have bibles with underlined passages supporting slavery? Do they have any overseers whipping slaves for disobedience or any white slave owners impregnating slave women they bought at the market? If not, how can it be historic?
11 March 2017|
Response from Mickey H |
These are ridiculous questions. Was slavery right or do we condone it, no. Nevertheless, it's still a part of history. To answer your question it's historical because it's been maintained and preserved in its original... More