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A Brief History Visitor Services

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Madison

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Historic Sites

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Attractions & Scenic Routes Carriage Rides & Trolley Tours Farmers Market

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Recreation 8-9 Golf 9 restrooms

Festivals & Special Events 10-11 Entertainment 11

Madison Maps

Bed & Breakfasts 14 Hotels/Motels and Campgrounds 15 Guest Houses 16-17 Cabins 17

Mileage to Madison, Indiana from... Chicago, Illinois

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Cincinnati, Ohio

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Dayton, Ohio

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Restaurants 18-19 Coffee and Sweet Treats 20 Wineries 20

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Indianapolis, Indiana 95 Lexington, Kentucky 86 Louisville, Kentucky

Antiques 21 Galleries 21 Shopping 22-23

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2014 Guide

VisitMadison

601 W. First Street, Madison Indiana 47250 812-265-2956 | Toll Free 800-559-2956 www.visitmadison.org

visitmadison.org | 800.559.2956


VISITOR SERVICES Madison Municipal Airport 3919 W. IMS Lane | 812-273-1914 Newly expanded 5,000 foot runway allows for aircraft up to small biz-jets. Modern terminal building with Conference Room, Pilot Lounge. A weather station and link to Louisville Approach make your flight into and out of Madison safer. Staffed dawn to dusk 7 days a week.

Madison Visitors Center 601 W. First Street 812-265-2956 | 800-559-2956 info@visitmadison.org | www.visitmadison.org Full service visitors center. Local, regional and state information, road & bike maps, brochures, public restrooms, lodging availability, 10-minute video presentation on Madison, and local souvenirs. Group tour information and motor coach parking available. Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-4pm, Sun 11am-4pm. Mid-Dec-Mar: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 10am-3pm, Sun 11am-3pm

Madison Jefferson County Public Library 420 W. Main Street | 812-265-2744 information@mjcpl.org | www.mjcpl.org Established as the first public library in the old Northwest Territories, the library includes local history, photographs, genealogy and internet access. Mon-Thurs 9am-9pm, Fri 9am-6pm, Sat 9am-5pm: Labor Day – Memorial Day Sun 1pm-5pm

Hanover Branch (Public Library)

A Brief History

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Settled in 1809, Madison achieved 19th century prominence with the arrival of the steamboat and brisk river trade. Times were lively, the community prospered, beautiful buildings and homes were constructed and society blossomed. The arrival of the railroad and the decline of the steamboat era stemmed the boom and Madison slipped into a century of slumber. What appeared to be Madison’s misfortune was to become Madison’s legacy.

273 Madison Avenue | 812-866-1470 Mon & Wed 10am-7pm, Tues, Thurs-Sat 10am-6pm. Closed Sundays.

Recognized as “The prettiest small town in the Midwest” by Ladies Home Journal and “Best Preserved Town in the Midwest” by the Chicago Tribune, Madison boasts the largest historic district in Indiana and the largest contiguous National Historic Landmark District in the US. There are over 133 blocks on the National Register of Historic Places and 3 National Historic Landmarks.

Charles Kuralt called Madison,

“The most beautiful rivertown in America.” We hope you agree.

Dates and times subject to change, please call ahead.

Photo Credits Wanda Hertz | Ann Mulligan William Lackner | HMI, Inc.

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VISITOR SERVICES Madison Municipal Airport 3919 W. IMS Lane | 812-273-1914 Newly expanded 5,000 foot runway allows for aircraft up to small biz-jets. Modern terminal building with Conference Room, Pilot Lounge. A weather station and link to Louisville Approach make your flight into and out of Madison safer. Staffed dawn to dusk 7 days a week.

Madison Visitors Center 601 W. First Street 812-265-2956 | 800-559-2956 info@visitmadison.org | www.visitmadison.org Full service visitors center. Local, regional and state information, road & bike maps, brochures, public restrooms, lodging availability, 10-minute video presentation on Madison, and local souvenirs. Group tour information and motor coach parking available. Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-4pm, Sun 11am-4pm. Mid-Dec-Mar: Mon-Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 10am-3pm, Sun 11am-3pm

Madison Jefferson County Public Library 420 W. Main Street | 812-265-2744 information@mjcpl.org | www.mjcpl.org Established as the first public library in the old Northwest Territories, the library includes local history, photographs, genealogy and internet access. Mon-Thurs 9am-9pm, Fri 9am-6pm, Sat 9am-5pm: Labor Day – Memorial Day Sun 1pm-5pm

Hanover Branch (Public Library)

A Brief History

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Settled in 1809, Madison achieved 19th century prominence with the arrival of the steamboat and brisk river trade. Times were lively, the community prospered, beautiful buildings and homes were constructed and society blossomed. The arrival of the railroad and the decline of the steamboat era stemmed the boom and Madison slipped into a century of slumber. What appeared to be Madison’s misfortune was to become Madison’s legacy.

273 Madison Avenue | 812-866-1470 Mon & Wed 10am-7pm, Tues, Thurs-Sat 10am-6pm. Closed Sundays.

Recognized as “The prettiest small town in the Midwest” by Ladies Home Journal and “Best Preserved Town in the Midwest” by the Chicago Tribune, Madison boasts the largest historic district in Indiana and the largest contiguous National Historic Landmark District in the US. There are over 133 blocks on the National Register of Historic Places and 3 National Historic Landmarks.

Charles Kuralt called Madison,

“The most beautiful rivertown in America.” We hope you agree.

Dates and times subject to change, please call ahead.

Photo Credits Wanda Hertz | Ann Mulligan William Lackner | HMI, Inc.

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History Center—Jefferson Co. Historical Society

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615 W. First Street | 812-265-2335 info@jchshc.org | www.jchshc.org Permanent and changing exhibits devoted to the history of southern Indiana and the mid-Ohio Valley with emphasis upon the Civil War, steam boating, and early Scots immigrants. Research Library open Weds. Open May 1-Oct 31 Mon-Sat 10am-4: 30pm, Mar 4-Apr 30 and Nov & Dec Mon-Fri 10am-4: 30pm Admission: $3.00, children free, senior discount

Jeremiah Sullivan House 304 W. Second Street |812-265-2967 hmi@historicmadisoninc.com | www.historicmadisoninc.com Built in 1818 and considered Madison’s first mansion, this stately federal style structure was home to one of Madison’s most distinguished leaders. Sullivan and his family lived in the home for over 70 years. Owned and operated by Historic Madison, Inc. Open late-Apr through Oct Thurs-Mon 1pm-4: 30pm Admission: adults $4.00, children free

Lanier Mansion State Historic Site

Have Fun With History African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church 309 E. Fifth Street | 812-265-2967 hmi@historicmadisoninc.com | www.historicmadisoninc.com The 1850 AME Church building, one of the oldest buildings of its kind in the U.S., commemorates Madison’s important Underground Railroad heritage. It is one of a rare group of nationally recognized, privately-owned, pre-Civil war buildings associated with the city’s early, free African-American community. Owned and operated by Historic Madison, Inc. Tours available by advance appointment only. Admission: adults $4.00, children free

Dr. William Hutchings’ Office & Hospital 120 W. Third Street | 812-265-2967 hmi@historicmadisoninc.com | www.historicmadisoninc.com The late nineteenth century office and hospital of this horse-andbuggy doctor contains most of the original equipment and family furnishings. Owned and operated by Historic Madison, Inc. Open late-Apr through Oct Thurs-Mon 1pm-4:30pm Admission: adults $4.00, children free

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Francis Costigan House 408 W. Third Street | 812-265-2967 hmi@historicmadisoninc.com | www.historicmadisoninc.com Built by Francis Costigan, Madison’s most premier architect and master builder, for his family. This freshly restored Greek Revival townhouse displays grand 19th century styles designed to keep the eye moving in a structure that is an architectural masterpiece of proportions. Owned and operated by Historic Madison, Inc. Open late-April through Oct Sat-Mon 1pm-4:30pm Admission: adults $4.00, children free

Historic Eleutherian College 6927 W. State Rd. 250 | 812-866-7291 eleutheriancollege2012@hotmail.com www.eleutheriancollege.org Eleutherian College is a National Historic Landmark founded in 1848 by anti-slavery Baptists. The three-story tall stone building, constructed between 1853 and 1856, is a magnificent building. Tours available by advance appointment only. Admission: $5.00 suggested donation

601 W. First Street | 812-265-3526 laniermansionshs@indianamuseum.org www.indianamuseum.org/lanier Features 1844 Greek Revival home of James F.D. Lanier (the “crown jewel” of Madison’s Historic District), a National Historic Landmark, recreated formal gardens, Lanier Mansion Shop. Open year round. Guided tours at regular intervals between 9am and 4pm. Gardens & grounds open dawn to dusk year round. Admission: adults $5.00, seniors $4.00, children $2.00

Schroeder Saddletree Factory Museum 106 Milton Street | 812-265-2967 hmi@historicmadisoninc.com | www.historicmadisoninc.com Visit America’s only restored 19th century saddletree factory. Tours, demonstrations, and exhibits show how the Schroeder family made saddle frames, clothespins and other products. Owned and operated by Historic Madison, Inc. Open late-Apr through Oct Sat-Mon 1pm-4:30pm Admission: adults $4.00, children free

Shrewsbury-Windle House 301 W. First Street | 812-265-2967 hmi@historicmadisoninc.com | www.historicmadisoninc.com Built in 1846-1849 for Captain Charles L. Shrewsbury and later owned by John and Ann Windle, founders of Historic Madison, Inc. Designed by Francis Costigan in Classic Revival style, the house is adorned with ornate carved stone work and elaborate iron railings, a free standing staircase, intricate plaster moldings, twelve foot tall doors and sixteen foot high ceilings. Owned and operated by Historic Madison, Inc. Tours available by advance appointment only. Admission: adults $4.00, children free

Talbot-Hyatt Pioneer Garden Corner of W. Second & Poplar | 812-265-2967 hmi@historicmadisoninc.com | www.historicmadisoninc.com This garden illustrates some important aspects of the manner of living in small cities in the early nineteenth century. Open to the public from dawn till dusk.

Madison Railroad Station 615 W. First Street | 812-265-2335 info@jchshc.org | www.jchshc.org Opened in 1895 and noted for its Octagonal Waiting Room surmounted by stained glass windows. Filled with artifacts and displays devoted to railroad history. Open May 1-Oct 31 Mon-Sat 10am-4:30pm, Mar 4-Apr 30 and Nov & Dec Mon-Fri 10am-4:30pm. Admission: $3.00, children free, senior discount

Schofield House 217 W. Second Street | 812-265-4759 etaylor@seidata.com Built circa 1815. The first two-story brick inn & tavern in Madison. It was the birth place of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Indiana. Open Apr 15-Oct 31 Thurs-Mon 10:30am-4:30pm. Admission: adults $3.00, couple $5.00, children free

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History Center—Jefferson Co. Historical Society

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615 W. First Street | 812-265-2335 info@jchshc.org | www.jchshc.org Permanent and changing exhibits devoted to the history of southern Indiana and the mid-Ohio Valley with emphasis upon the Civil War, steam boating, and early Scots immigrants. Research Library open Weds. Open May 1-Oct 31 Mon-Sat 10am-4: 30pm, Mar 4-Apr 30 and Nov & Dec Mon-Fri 10am-4: 30pm Admission: $3.00, children free, senior discount

Jeremiah Sullivan House 304 W. Second Street |812-265-2967 hmi@historicmadisoninc.com | www.historicmadisoninc.com Built in 1818 and considered Madison’s first mansion, this stately federal style structure was home to one of Madison’s most distinguished leaders. Sullivan and his family lived in the home for over 70 years. Owned and operated by Historic Madison, Inc. Open late-Apr through Oct Thurs-Mon 1pm-4: 30pm Admission: adults $4.00, children free

Lanier Mansion State Historic Site

Have Fun With History African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church 309 E. Fifth Street | 812-265-2967 hmi@historicmadisoninc.com | www.historicmadisoninc.com The 1850 AME Church building, one of the oldest buildings of its kind in the U.S., commemorates Madison’s important Underground Railroad heritage. It is one of a rare group of nationally recognized, privately-owned, pre-Civil war buildings associated with the city’s early, free African-American community. Owned and operated by Historic Madison, Inc. Tours available by advance appointment only. Admission: adults $4.00, children free

Dr. William Hutchings’ Office & Hospital 120 W. Third Street | 812-265-2967 hmi@historicmadisoninc.com | www.historicmadisoninc.com The late nineteenth century office and hospital of this horse-andbuggy doctor contains most of the original equipment and family furnishings. Owned and operated by Historic Madison, Inc. Open late-Apr through Oct Thurs-Mon 1pm-4:30pm Admission: adults $4.00, children free

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Francis Costigan House 408 W. Third Street | 812-265-2967 hmi@historicmadisoninc.com | www.historicmadisoninc.com Built by Francis Costigan, Madison’s most premier architect and master builder, for his family. This freshly restored Greek Revival townhouse displays grand 19th century styles designed to keep the eye moving in a structure that is an architectural masterpiece of proportions. Owned and operated by Historic Madison, Inc. Open late-April through Oct Sat-Mon 1pm-4:30pm Admission: adults $4.00, children free

Historic Eleutherian College 6927 W. State Rd. 250 | 812-866-7291 eleutheriancollege2012@hotmail.com www.eleutheriancollege.org Eleutherian College is a National Historic Landmark founded in 1848 by anti-slavery Baptists. The three-story tall stone building, constructed between 1853 and 1856, is a magnificent building. Tours available by advance appointment only. Admission: $5.00 suggested donation

601 W. First Street | 812-265-3526 laniermansionshs@indianamuseum.org www.indianamuseum.org/lanier Features 1844 Greek Revival home of James F.D. Lanier (the “crown jewel” of Madison’s Historic District), a National Historic Landmark, recreated formal gardens, Lanier Mansion Shop. Open year round. Guided tours at regular intervals between 9am and 4pm. Gardens & grounds open dawn to dusk year round. Admission: adults $5.00, seniors $4.00, children $2.00

Schroeder Saddletree Factory Museum 106 Milton Street | 812-265-2967 hmi@historicmadisoninc.com | www.historicmadisoninc.com Visit America’s only restored 19th century saddletree factory. Tours, demonstrations, and exhibits show how the Schroeder family made saddle frames, clothespins and other products. Owned and operated by Historic Madison, Inc. Open late-Apr through Oct Sat-Mon 1pm-4:30pm Admission: adults $4.00, children free

Shrewsbury-Windle House 301 W. First Street | 812-265-2967 hmi@historicmadisoninc.com | www.historicmadisoninc.com Built in 1846-1849 for Captain Charles L. Shrewsbury and later owned by John and Ann Windle, founders of Historic Madison, Inc. Designed by Francis Costigan in Classic Revival style, the house is adorned with ornate carved stone work and elaborate iron railings, a free standing staircase, intricate plaster moldings, twelve foot tall doors and sixteen foot high ceilings. Owned and operated by Historic Madison, Inc. Tours available by advance appointment only. Admission: adults $4.00, children free

Talbot-Hyatt Pioneer Garden Corner of W. Second & Poplar | 812-265-2967 hmi@historicmadisoninc.com | www.historicmadisoninc.com This garden illustrates some important aspects of the manner of living in small cities in the early nineteenth century. Open to the public from dawn till dusk.

Madison Railroad Station 615 W. First Street | 812-265-2335 info@jchshc.org | www.jchshc.org Opened in 1895 and noted for its Octagonal Waiting Room surmounted by stained glass windows. Filled with artifacts and displays devoted to railroad history. Open May 1-Oct 31 Mon-Sat 10am-4:30pm, Mar 4-Apr 30 and Nov & Dec Mon-Fri 10am-4:30pm. Admission: $3.00, children free, senior discount

Schofield House 217 W. Second Street | 812-265-4759 etaylor@seidata.com Built circa 1815. The first two-story brick inn & tavern in Madison. It was the birth place of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Indiana. Open Apr 15-Oct 31 Thurs-Mon 10:30am-4:30pm. Admission: adults $3.00, couple $5.00, children free

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John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail P.O. Box 407 Versailles IN 47402 812-689-4107 info@hhhills.org | www.hhhills.org Relive the most significant event in Indiana during the American Civil War, 1861-65. The 185 mile trail follows the footsteps of Confederate Raider John Hunt Morgan’s 2000 men and horses. Part of the route traverses Jefferson County and is highlighted with a campsite in Dupont.

Ohio River Scenic Route 800-559-2956 www.OhioRiverScenicByway.com Designated a National Scenic Byway, this portion of the scenic drive hugs the river’s edge among picturesque hills and valleys surrounding the majestic Ohio River.

FARMERS’ MARKET

The Science Center

Madison Farmers’ Market

Hanover College Self guided tour. Displays include colorful minerals, rare & unusual fossils, art & cultural exhibits, butterfly collection and much more.

ATTRACTIONS & SCENIC ROUTES Broadway Fountain North Broadway & Main Street This ornate fountain is one of only four remaining of this style in the world. Originally exhibited in Philadelphia in 1876, it was presented to the city in 1886 by the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. Originally cast in iron it was recast in bronze as a bicentennial celebration of the citizens of Madison in 1976.

Chief White Eye Driving Trail Canaan | 812-839-4101 The Kremer House (1850) located in Canaan, is open by appointment and operated by The Canaan Restoration Council. This drive through the rolling hills, farmland and forest of the eastern portion of Jefferson County is magnificent during spring and fall.

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Hanover College Hanover | 812-866-7000 www.hanover.edu Founded in 1827, this is the oldest private four-year college in Indiana. The 630-acre campus overlooks the Ohio River valley and offers breathtaking views while taking a scenic drive.

Underground Railroad Driving Tour 800-559-2956 Self guided - $3 booklet Experience the history of the UGRR in SE Indiana, the routes traveled by runaway slaves and the location of the safe houses that hid them from danger. Learn about the people and places that created Indiana’s Freedom Trails.

Broadway Fountain, North Broadway and Main Street (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays April-October) Local produce and artisan goods sold around the Broadway Fountain. Saturday’s Market features live music and freshly made breakfast.

CARRIAGE RIDES & TOURS Broomtail Carriage Co. 3386 S-225W., Versailles | 812-756-4168 Madison’s best historic tours, weddings, custom decorated white carriage, 20 passenger trolleys, antique funeral casson. Apr-Dec Saturdays 4pm-9pm, other days by appointment.

Indiana Wine Trail 800-559-2956 www.IndianaWineTrail.com Experience 6 wineries tucked into the beautiful rolling hills and historic river towns of southeast Indiana.

Madison Trolley, Inc 812-701-4013

$2.00

$3.00

$2.00

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John Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail P.O. Box 407 Versailles IN 47402 812-689-4107 info@hhhills.org | www.hhhills.org Relive the most significant event in Indiana during the American Civil War, 1861-65. The 185 mile trail follows the footsteps of Confederate Raider John Hunt Morgan’s 2000 men and horses. Part of the route traverses Jefferson County and is highlighted with a campsite in Dupont.

Ohio River Scenic Route 800-559-2956 www.OhioRiverScenicByway.com Designated a National Scenic Byway, this portion of the scenic drive hugs the river’s edge among picturesque hills and valleys surrounding the majestic Ohio River.

FARMERS’ MARKET

The Science Center

Madison Farmers’ Market

Hanover College Self guided tour. Displays include colorful minerals, rare & unusual fossils, art & cultural exhibits, butterfly collection and much more.

ATTRACTIONS & SCENIC ROUTES Broadway Fountain North Broadway & Main Street This ornate fountain is one of only four remaining of this style in the world. Originally exhibited in Philadelphia in 1876, it was presented to the city in 1886 by the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. Originally cast in iron it was recast in bronze as a bicentennial celebration of the citizens of Madison in 1976.

Chief White Eye Driving Trail Canaan | 812-839-4101 The Kremer House (1850) located in Canaan, is open by appointment and operated by The Canaan Restoration Council. This drive through the rolling hills, farmland and forest of the eastern portion of Jefferson County is magnificent during spring and fall.

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Hanover College Hanover | 812-866-7000 www.hanover.edu Founded in 1827, this is the oldest private four-year college in Indiana. The 630-acre campus overlooks the Ohio River valley and offers breathtaking views while taking a scenic drive.

Underground Railroad Driving Tour 800-559-2956 Self guided - $3 booklet Experience the history of the UGRR in SE Indiana, the routes traveled by runaway slaves and the location of the safe houses that hid them from danger. Learn about the people and places that created Indiana’s Freedom Trails.

Broadway Fountain, North Broadway and Main Street (Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays April-October) Local produce and artisan goods sold around the Broadway Fountain. Saturday’s Market features live music and freshly made breakfast.

CARRIAGE RIDES & TOURS Broomtail Carriage Co. 3386 S-225W., Versailles | 812-756-4168 Madison’s best historic tours, weddings, custom decorated white carriage, 20 passenger trolleys, antique funeral casson. Apr-Dec Saturdays 4pm-9pm, other days by appointment.

Indiana Wine Trail 800-559-2956 www.IndianaWineTrail.com Experience 6 wineries tucked into the beautiful rolling hills and historic river towns of southeast Indiana.

Madison Trolley, Inc 812-701-4013

$2.00

$3.00

$2.00

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Fizz’z Bike Shop

Stoney Lonesome Outfitters

311 West Street | 812-273-3499 fizzzsales@hotmail.com Bicycle sales, service and rental. Serving Madison since 1989. Mon-Fri 11am-6pm, Sat 11am-4pm

8603 N. Copeland Ridge Road | 812-839-6945 stoneylonesomeoutfitters@gmail.com www.stoneylonesomeoutfitters.com Archery and gun store. Archery range with 3D animal targets. Full archery pro shop. Wed 5pm-8pm, Sat 8am-5pm, other days by appointment. Closed Sun.

Heritage Trail of Madison P.O. Box 362 | 812-273-6266 www.heritagetrailofmadison.org 1-1/4 mile paved and natural surface pathway for jogging, walking, biking, hiking. All non-motorized modes of transportation permitted. Connecting downtown with the hilltop and overlooking the Ohio River. Begins at the corner of Vaughn Dr. and Vernon St. Open Dawn to Dusk

Rivercrest Marina 1200 W. Second Street | 812-273-9080 rivercrestmarina@gmail.com Marina, transient dockage, seasonal dockage, water, electric, fuel, store, ramp. May-Oct 9am-5pm daily

Riverfront Park

RECREATION Area Bicycling Routes

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City of Madison Boat Docks & Ramp

Vaughn Drive The riverfront has always been a favorite spot for a relaxing stroll, viewing cruising boats along the river, or attending one of several outdoor festivals held throughout the year. Public boat launching facilities. Several parks along the river offer playground equipment, volleyball and basketball courts, shelter houses, picnic areas with tables, benches, gazebo, viewing areas. Check out the views from the telescope near the gazebo.

Madison Area Bicycle Club www.madisonbicycleclub.org Voted “Best Bike Ride in Indiana” by Outside Magazine. From flat farmland to challenging hills, back roads and river views, to ridges and valleys. Maps can be obtained via the website.

120 E. Vaughn Drive | 812-265-8300 www.madison-in.gov Public boat dock & ramp open to transient boaters. Ramp open year round, dock open May-Sept

Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge

One mile west of town, with entrances on State Roads 56 & 62 | 812-273-8885 www.state.in.us/dnr Whether you are an avid wildlife watcher, hiker, or simply enjoy the great outdoors, this magnificent state park has something for everyone. Open all year; admission charged Mar-Oct.

On the riverfront at Vaughn Drive & West Street 812-701-1155 havefun@rockinthunder.com | www.rockinthunder.com Fun & exciting rides. Choose a 2 hr. scenic ride or a 1/2hr. rockin’ wild thrill ride. The only jet boat tours on the Ohio River and the only New Zealand Jet Boat in the Midwest. US Coast Guard licensed & inspected. Late May-Oct Wed-Mon 11am to dusk.

Crystal Beach Pool

Shilo Farms

1661 W. JPG Niblo Road (off of Highway 421, North of Madison) 812-273-0783 bigoaks@fws.gov | www.fws.gov/midwest/bigoaks Big Oaks NWR has been designated as a Globally Important Bird Area because of its value to migratory birds. Located five miles north of Madison on Highway 421. Portions of the refuge are open for wildlife observation, photography, hiking, fishing, hunting, interpretation, and environmental education. Mid Apr-Nov: Mon & Fri, 2nd & 4th Sat, 7am-4:30pm. Mandatory briefing and Access fee permit required ($3 daily, $15 annual); fee waived for holders of Migratory Bird Stamps, Interagency Access Pass, Interagency Senior Pass.

Clifty Falls State Park

100 S. Broadway Street | 812-273-6268 Built in 1938 by the Works Progress Administration. Historic bath house, half-moon shaped pool that slopes from ankle deep to 9-feet, water slide. Daily 12pm-7pm, Memorial Day weekend through mid August

Rockin Thunder Jet Boat Rides LLC

Horseback Riding | 812-839-3784 www.shilofarms.com Great trail riding horses for every level of riding. Schedule a personal trail ride by phone. We recommend a 1 or 2-hour ride. Open daily, daylight till dusk -call ahead! Rates vary depending on length of ride.

Golf Courses Clifty Golf Range 3323 W. State Road 56 Hanover | 812-273-9339 ggreen@seidata.com 18-hole miniature golf, grass tee driving range, beautiful country setting. Open Daily Mar-Oct 12pm-8pm

Sunrise Golf Course 2136 Michigan Road | 812-265-8334 18-holes, par 72, 6245 yards. Full service pro shop, motorized rental cars, snack bar & grill. Open Daily Feb 15-Dec 31

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Fizz’z Bike Shop

Stoney Lonesome Outfitters

311 West Street | 812-273-3499 fizzzsales@hotmail.com Bicycle sales, service and rental. Serving Madison since 1989. Mon-Fri 11am-6pm, Sat 11am-4pm

8603 N. Copeland Ridge Road | 812-839-6945 stoneylonesomeoutfitters@gmail.com www.stoneylonesomeoutfitters.com Archery and gun store. Archery range with 3D animal targets. Full archery pro shop. Wed 5pm-8pm, Sat 8am-5pm, other days by appointment. Closed Sun.

Heritage Trail of Madison P.O. Box 362 | 812-273-6266 www.heritagetrailofmadison.org 1-1/4 mile paved and natural surface pathway for jogging, walking, biking, hiking. All non-motorized modes of transportation permitted. Connecting downtown with the hilltop and overlooking the Ohio River. Begins at the corner of Vaughn Dr. and Vernon St. Open Dawn to Dusk

Rivercrest Marina 1200 W. Second Street | 812-273-9080 rivercrestmarina@gmail.com Marina, transient dockage, seasonal dockage, water, electric, fuel, store, ramp. May-Oct 9am-5pm daily

Riverfront Park

RECREATION Area Bicycling Routes

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City of Madison Boat Docks & Ramp

Vaughn Drive The riverfront has always been a favorite spot for a relaxing stroll, viewing cruising boats along the river, or attending one of several outdoor festivals held throughout the year. Public boat launching facilities. Several parks along the river offer playground equipment, volleyball and basketball courts, shelter houses, picnic areas with tables, benches, gazebo, viewing areas. Check out the views from the telescope near the gazebo.

Madison Area Bicycle Club www.madisonbicycleclub.org Voted “Best Bike Ride in Indiana” by Outside Magazine. From flat farmland to challenging hills, back roads and river views, to ridges and valleys. Maps can be obtained via the website.

120 E. Vaughn Drive | 812-265-8300 www.madison-in.gov Public boat dock & ramp open to transient boaters. Ramp open year round, dock open May-Sept

Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge

One mile west of town, with entrances on State Roads 56 & 62 | 812-273-8885 www.state.in.us/dnr Whether you are an avid wildlife watcher, hiker, or simply enjoy the great outdoors, this magnificent state park has something for everyone. Open all year; admission charged Mar-Oct.

On the riverfront at Vaughn Drive & West Street 812-701-1155 havefun@rockinthunder.com | www.rockinthunder.com Fun & exciting rides. Choose a 2 hr. scenic ride or a 1/2hr. rockin’ wild thrill ride. The only jet boat tours on the Ohio River and the only New Zealand Jet Boat in the Midwest. US Coast Guard licensed & inspected. Late May-Oct Wed-Mon 11am to dusk.

Crystal Beach Pool

Shilo Farms

1661 W. JPG Niblo Road (off of Highway 421, North of Madison) 812-273-0783 bigoaks@fws.gov | www.fws.gov/midwest/bigoaks Big Oaks NWR has been designated as a Globally Important Bird Area because of its value to migratory birds. Located five miles north of Madison on Highway 421. Portions of the refuge are open for wildlife observation, photography, hiking, fishing, hunting, interpretation, and environmental education. Mid Apr-Nov: Mon & Fri, 2nd & 4th Sat, 7am-4:30pm. Mandatory briefing and Access fee permit required ($3 daily, $15 annual); fee waived for holders of Migratory Bird Stamps, Interagency Access Pass, Interagency Senior Pass.

Clifty Falls State Park

100 S. Broadway Street | 812-273-6268 Built in 1938 by the Works Progress Administration. Historic bath house, half-moon shaped pool that slopes from ankle deep to 9-feet, water slide. Daily 12pm-7pm, Memorial Day weekend through mid August

Rockin Thunder Jet Boat Rides LLC

Horseback Riding | 812-839-3784 www.shilofarms.com Great trail riding horses for every level of riding. Schedule a personal trail ride by phone. We recommend a 1 or 2-hour ride. Open daily, daylight till dusk -call ahead! Rates vary depending on length of ride.

Golf Courses Clifty Golf Range 3323 W. State Road 56 Hanover | 812-273-9339 ggreen@seidata.com 18-hole miniature golf, grass tee driving range, beautiful country setting. Open Daily Mar-Oct 12pm-8pm

Sunrise Golf Course 2136 Michigan Road | 812-265-8334 18-holes, par 72, 6245 yards. Full service pro shop, motorized rental cars, snack bar & grill. Open Daily Feb 15-Dec 31

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Chelsea Jubilee 877-693-1401 Enjoy Indiana’s oldest festival, Saluda Township Park. No admission charged. September (first weekend) – Friday & Saturday

Canaan Fall Festival 812-839-4770 Watch a real pony express mail run, food, entertainment, flea market, contests, museum tours and more. September (second weekend) – Friday & Saturday

Mad Town Mud Climb 812-265-5811 www.lidewhite.com Intense 5K mudder with up to 25 challenging obstacles, 6-16% incline. September (second Saturday)

Madison Chautauqua Festival of Art

FESTIVALS & SPECIAL EVENTS RiverRoots Music & Folk Arts Festival

Madison Regatta

800-559-2956 www.riverroots.org Live music, craft beer, children’s activities, artisan vendors, historic trades demos. May (third weekend) - Friday & Saturday

812-274-0400 info@madisonregatta.com | www.madisonregatta.com Annual running of the World’s Fastest Race Boats - racing deck-2-deck at over 200mph, 4th of July Fireworks Display, Music, Vintage Boat Exhibitions, Limited Boat Class Racing action, Food, and Much More! Admission Charged. July 4th Weekend

Old Court Days 812-272-0550 Browse through arts, crafts, antiques & collectibles around the Courthouse Square to the river. No admission fee. Food booths. May (fourth weekend) & September (last full weekend)

Riverfront Run Car Show & Cruise In 812-599-6635 Walk along Madison’s beautiful riverfront and enjoy vintage automobiles from the past. May (fourth weekend) – Friday night & Saturday

Riverfront Wine, Stein & Barrel 800-559-2956 madisonwineandstein@gmail.com Taste the best wines, craft brews & bourbon the region has to offer. Enjoy regional music & food. June (third Saturday)

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Madison RibberFest 800-559-2956 info@visitmadison.org | www.madisonribberfest.com Madison’s annual Indiana State Barbeque Cook-off held along the riverfront. Blues music, boat rides, food, and fun for the entire family. Admission charged. August (third weekend) – Friday & Saturday

Neavill’s Grove “Old Settlers Meeting” 812-273-3807 For old-time fun, enjoy displays of antique farm machinery, arts & crafts, a flea market, entertainment, food, games and contests. August (last full weekend)

Rockin’ on the River 812-265-4133 All day event featuring the RiverRun XVII Car Show, Moose Lodge Car Giveaway & culminates with a Rock and Roll era band. August (Saturday of Labor Day weekend)

ENTERTAINMENT Bluegrass Music Jefferson County Fairgrounds First Saturday of the month, 6pm, Free

Fourth Friday Downtown Downtown shopping district. info@madisonmainstreet.com www.madisonmainstreet.com Live music, extended shopping hours. Fourth Friday of the month March-November, 5pm-8pm

Hanover College Community Arts & Culture Series

800-559-2956 info@visitmadison.org | www.madisonchautauqua.com Enjoy Southern Indiana’s premier open-air juried fine arts & crafts show featuring artists & craftsmen from across the nation. Riverfront food fest, entertainment and children’s activity tent. No admission charge. September (last full weekend) – Saturday & Sunday

PO Box 108, Hanover, IN 47243 812-866-7110 during regular business hours www.hanover.edu/ARTS Delight in the sights and sounds of outstanding musical and dramatic performances by nationally known performing artists. Tickets required. Visit website or call for more information.

Old Court Days

Historic Broadway Hotel & Tavern

(see May) - September (last full weekend)

Tri Kappa Tour of Homes 800-559-2956 www.trikappatourofhomes.com Tour of homes & structures throughout Madison. October (second weekend) – Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Soup, Stew, Chili & Brew 812-265-3135 Individuals, businesses, and organizations compete to make Madison’s best soup, stew or chili. Food, Music & Fun on Main Street. Free admission. October (second Saturday)

Nights Before Christmas Candlelight Tour of Homes 800-559-2956 info@visitmadison.org | www.nightsbeforechristmas.com Stroll through Indiana’s largest historic district during a candlelight tour of private homes, decorated for the holiday season. Ticket required. November (Thanksgiving weekend & first weekend in December) – Friday & Saturday nights

313 Broadway Street | 812-265-2346 ryanshaw8@hotmail.com | www.historicbroadwayhotel.com Don’t forget to visit Indiana’s oldest tavern – established in 1834. Mon-Thurs 11am-9pm, Fri & Sat 11am-10pm, Sun 12pm-8pm

Miss Libby’s on Main 218 E. Main Street Madison’s place to hear great music and eat great food. Mon-Sat 11am-12am, Sun 11am-10pm

Music in the Park 812-493-4984 information@madisonmainstreet.com www.madisonmainstreet.com Free summer concert series around the Broadway Fountain. Second Friday of the month, June-Sept, 7pm

Ohio Theatre 105 E. Main Street | 812-273-4880 inforequest@ohiotheatremadison.com www.ohiotheatremadison.com Historic 1938 theatre. Current & classic movies, plus concerts, events. Open daily.

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Chelsea Jubilee 877-693-1401 Enjoy Indiana’s oldest festival, Saluda Township Park. No admission charged. September (first weekend) – Friday & Saturday

Canaan Fall Festival 812-839-4770 Watch a real pony express mail run, food, entertainment, flea market, contests, museum tours and more. September (second weekend) – Friday & Saturday

Mad Town Mud Climb 812-265-5811 www.lidewhite.com Intense 5K mudder with up to 25 challenging obstacles, 6-16% incline. September (second Saturday)

Madison Chautauqua Festival of Art

FESTIVALS & SPECIAL EVENTS RiverRoots Music & Folk Arts Festival

Madison Regatta

800-559-2956 www.riverroots.org Live music, craft beer, children’s activities, artisan vendors, historic trades demos. May (third weekend) - Friday & Saturday

812-274-0400 info@madisonregatta.com | www.madisonregatta.com Annual running of the World’s Fastest Race Boats - racing deck-2-deck at over 200mph, 4th of July Fireworks Display, Music, Vintage Boat Exhibitions, Limited Boat Class Racing action, Food, and Much More! Admission Charged. July 4th Weekend

Old Court Days 812-272-0550 Browse through arts, crafts, antiques & collectibles around the Courthouse Square to the river. No admission fee. Food booths. May (fourth weekend) & September (last full weekend)

Riverfront Run Car Show & Cruise In 812-599-6635 Walk along Madison’s beautiful riverfront and enjoy vintage automobiles from the past. May (fourth weekend) – Friday night & Saturday

Riverfront Wine, Stein & Barrel 800-559-2956 madisonwineandstein@gmail.com Taste the best wines, craft brews & bourbon the region has to offer. Enjoy regional music & food. June (third Saturday)

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Madison RibberFest 800-559-2956 info@visitmadison.org | www.madisonribberfest.com Madison’s annual Indiana State Barbeque Cook-off held along the riverfront. Blues music, boat rides, food, and fun for the entire family. Admission charged. August (third weekend) – Friday & Saturday

Neavill’s Grove “Old Settlers Meeting” 812-273-3807 For old-time fun, enjoy displays of antique farm machinery, arts & crafts, a flea market, entertainment, food, games and contests. August (last full weekend)

Rockin’ on the River 812-265-4133 All day event featuring the RiverRun XVII Car Show, Moose Lodge Car Giveaway & culminates with a Rock and Roll era band. August (Saturday of Labor Day weekend)

ENTERTAINMENT Bluegrass Music Jefferson County Fairgrounds First Saturday of the month, 6pm, Free

Fourth Friday Downtown Downtown shopping district. info@madisonmainstreet.com www.madisonmainstreet.com Live music, extended shopping hours. Fourth Friday of the month March-November, 5pm-8pm

Hanover College Community Arts & Culture Series

800-559-2956 info@visitmadison.org | www.madisonchautauqua.com Enjoy Southern Indiana’s premier open-air juried fine arts & crafts show featuring artists & craftsmen from across the nation. Riverfront food fest, entertainment and children’s activity tent. No admission charge. September (last full weekend) – Saturday & Sunday

PO Box 108, Hanover, IN 47243 812-866-7110 during regular business hours www.hanover.edu/ARTS Delight in the sights and sounds of outstanding musical and dramatic performances by nationally known performing artists. Tickets required. Visit website or call for more information.

Old Court Days

Historic Broadway Hotel & Tavern

(see May) - September (last full weekend)

Tri Kappa Tour of Homes 800-559-2956 www.trikappatourofhomes.com Tour of homes & structures throughout Madison. October (second weekend) – Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Soup, Stew, Chili & Brew 812-265-3135 Individuals, businesses, and organizations compete to make Madison’s best soup, stew or chili. Food, Music & Fun on Main Street. Free admission. October (second Saturday)

Nights Before Christmas Candlelight Tour of Homes 800-559-2956 info@visitmadison.org | www.nightsbeforechristmas.com Stroll through Indiana’s largest historic district during a candlelight tour of private homes, decorated for the holiday season. Ticket required. November (Thanksgiving weekend & first weekend in December) – Friday & Saturday nights

313 Broadway Street | 812-265-2346 ryanshaw8@hotmail.com | www.historicbroadwayhotel.com Don’t forget to visit Indiana’s oldest tavern – established in 1834. Mon-Thurs 11am-9pm, Fri & Sat 11am-10pm, Sun 12pm-8pm

Miss Libby’s on Main 218 E. Main Street Madison’s place to hear great music and eat great food. Mon-Sat 11am-12am, Sun 11am-10pm

Music in the Park 812-493-4984 information@madisonmainstreet.com www.madisonmainstreet.com Free summer concert series around the Broadway Fountain. Second Friday of the month, June-Sept, 7pm

Ohio Theatre 105 E. Main Street | 812-273-4880 inforequest@ohiotheatremadison.com www.ohiotheatremadison.com Historic 1938 theatre. Current & classic movies, plus concerts, events. Open daily.

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6 Dr. William D. Hutchings’ Office

2 Clifty Falls State Park

10 Eleutherian College 11 Hanover College

7 African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church

3 Lanier Mansion State Historic Site 4 Madison Railroad Station 5 History Center - Jefferson County Historical Society

16 Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge 17 Shrewsbury-Windle House

12 Madison’s Riverfront

8 Francis Costigan House

13 Jeremiah Sullivan House

9 Schroeder Saddletree Factory Museum

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HOTELS/MOTELS Best Way Inn 700 Clifty Drive | 812-273-5151 www.bestwayinnmadison.com Newly remodeled, free buffet breakfast, full size indoor pool.

Clifty Inn Clifty Falls State Park, 1650 Clifty Hollow Road 812-265-4135 | 877-925-4389 www.cliftyinn.com Superior lodge rooms & suites, reasonably priced, on-site restaurant. Indiana’s best kept secret! Open year round.

Comfort Inn 3767 Clifty Drive | 812-273-4443 | 877-424-6423 comfortinn_glenda@yahoo.com | www.choicehotels.com Indoor heated pool, sauna, deluxe breakfast, micro-fridge, outdoor deck, grills, picnic tables, free WIFI.

BED & BREAKFASTS

Country Hearth Inn

Ayers’ Windy Hill Bed & Breakfast

Iron Gate Inn

340 Thomas Hill Road | 812-265-5284 windyhillbb@mail.com | www.windihill.com Country peace, edge of town, river view, internet. Perfect girlfriends & family retreat.

708 E. Main Street | 812-273-8959 info@irongateinn.com | www.irongateinn.com Downtown historic home, side galleries overlook lovely gardens, candlelight breakfast.

Azalea Manor Bed & Breakfast

Madison Vineyards Estate Winery Bed & Breakfast

510 W. Main Street | 812-274-4059 http://theazaleamanor.com/email | www.theazaleamanor.com Antebellum with southern charm & hospitality, hot breakfast, WIFI, verandas & gardens, packages.

Broadway Manor 409 W. First Street | 812-265-2346 www.historicbroadwayhotel.com Stay in one of Madison’s beautiful downtown homes.

Hendricks-Beall Home Bed & Breakfast 620 W. Main Street | 812-273-8430 email@hendricksbeallhome.com www.hendricksbeallhome.com 14 Grand old home! Complete B&B experience right on Main Street.

1460 E. 400 N. | 812-273-6500 | 888-473-6500 vineyard@seidata.com | www.madisonvineyards.com Vineyard views, private baths, full breakfast, WIFI, packages. Minutes from downtown.

Rose Cottage Bed & Breakfast 4993 E. Canaan Main Cross Street | 812-839-3781 ntuttle@seidata.com | www.rosecottagebedandbreakfast.com Privately romantic two room cottage, ten miles north of Madison. Open Apr-Dec

308 Demaree Drive | 812-273-0757 | 888-443-2784 msmith556@ivytech.edu | www.countryhearthmadison.com Quiet, clean, welcoming, innovating, convenient, quaint, friendly, charming, comfortable, economical.

Hillside Inn 831 E. Main Street | 812-265-3221 | 877-265-3232 aj-niki@hillsidemadison.com | www.hillsidemadison.com Private balconies, river views, fireplace & whirlpools. Deluxe breakfast. Boutique atmosphere!

Holiday Inn Express 300 Franks Drive | 812-265-1111 reniestephens@hotmail.com | www.hiexpress.com/madisonin Newly renovated, complimentary breakfast, indoor pool, whirlpool suites. Packages available!

Riverboat Inn & Suites 906 E. First Street | 812-265-2361 riverboatmadison@aol.com Riverfront – 50 unique rooms on 8 acres, WIFI, lounge. Plan an event with us.

CAMPGROUNDS City of Madison Campground 1003 E. Vaughn Drive | 812-265-8333 Located right along the Ohio River. 34 lots, each with water & electric. Dump station and shower house. No tents allowed. Daily, weekly and seasonal rates. Open Apr 1-Oct 31

Clifty Falls State Park Campground Clifty Falls State Park | 812-273-8885 www.state.in.us/dnr 166 sites, half reservable, pool, hiking trails, nature center, and grocery.

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HOTELS/MOTELS Best Way Inn 700 Clifty Drive | 812-273-5151 www.bestwayinnmadison.com Newly remodeled, free buffet breakfast, full size indoor pool.

Clifty Inn Clifty Falls State Park, 1650 Clifty Hollow Road 812-265-4135 | 877-925-4389 www.cliftyinn.com Superior lodge rooms & suites, reasonably priced, on-site restaurant. Indiana’s best kept secret! Open year round.

Comfort Inn 3767 Clifty Drive | 812-273-4443 | 877-424-6423 comfortinn_glenda@yahoo.com | www.choicehotels.com Indoor heated pool, sauna, deluxe breakfast, micro-fridge, outdoor deck, grills, picnic tables, free WIFI.

BED & BREAKFASTS

Country Hearth Inn

Ayers’ Windy Hill Bed & Breakfast

Iron Gate Inn

340 Thomas Hill Road | 812-265-5284 windyhillbb@mail.com | www.windihill.com Country peace, edge of town, river view, internet. Perfect girlfriends & family retreat.

708 E. Main Street | 812-273-8959 info@irongateinn.com | www.irongateinn.com Downtown historic home, side galleries overlook lovely gardens, candlelight breakfast.

Azalea Manor Bed & Breakfast

Madison Vineyards Estate Winery Bed & Breakfast

510 W. Main Street | 812-274-4059 http://theazaleamanor.com/email | www.theazaleamanor.com Antebellum with southern charm & hospitality, hot breakfast, WIFI, verandas & gardens, packages.

Broadway Manor 409 W. First Street | 812-265-2346 www.historicbroadwayhotel.com Stay in one of Madison’s beautiful downtown homes.

Hendricks-Beall Home Bed & Breakfast 620 W. Main Street | 812-273-8430 email@hendricksbeallhome.com www.hendricksbeallhome.com 14 Grand old home! Complete B&B experience right on Main Street.

1460 E. 400 N. | 812-273-6500 | 888-473-6500 vineyard@seidata.com | www.madisonvineyards.com Vineyard views, private baths, full breakfast, WIFI, packages. Minutes from downtown.

Rose Cottage Bed & Breakfast 4993 E. Canaan Main Cross Street | 812-839-3781 ntuttle@seidata.com | www.rosecottagebedandbreakfast.com Privately romantic two room cottage, ten miles north of Madison. Open Apr-Dec

308 Demaree Drive | 812-273-0757 | 888-443-2784 msmith556@ivytech.edu | www.countryhearthmadison.com Quiet, clean, welcoming, innovating, convenient, quaint, friendly, charming, comfortable, economical.

Hillside Inn 831 E. Main Street | 812-265-3221 | 877-265-3232 aj-niki@hillsidemadison.com | www.hillsidemadison.com Private balconies, river views, fireplace & whirlpools. Deluxe breakfast. Boutique atmosphere!

Holiday Inn Express 300 Franks Drive | 812-265-1111 reniestephens@hotmail.com | www.hiexpress.com/madisonin Newly renovated, complimentary breakfast, indoor pool, whirlpool suites. Packages available!

Riverboat Inn & Suites 906 E. First Street | 812-265-2361 riverboatmadison@aol.com Riverfront – 50 unique rooms on 8 acres, WIFI, lounge. Plan an event with us.

CAMPGROUNDS City of Madison Campground 1003 E. Vaughn Drive | 812-265-8333 Located right along the Ohio River. 34 lots, each with water & electric. Dump station and shower house. No tents allowed. Daily, weekly and seasonal rates. Open Apr 1-Oct 31

Clifty Falls State Park Campground Clifty Falls State Park | 812-273-8885 www.state.in.us/dnr 166 sites, half reservable, pool, hiking trails, nature center, and grocery.

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Heritage Fountain House 620 W. First Street | 812-801-6614 heritagefountainhouse@gmail.com www.heritagefountainhouse.com Ultimate Madison experience. Historic home, antique furnishings in prime location.

Lottie Mae Inn 411 W. First Street | 812-265-2345 lottiemaeinn@yahoo.com | www.lottiemaeinn.com Clean large rooms, private baths, near river, restaurants, shops.

Madison Guest Suites 223 E. Third Street | 812-801-6614 mguestsuites@gmail.com | www.madisonguestsuites.com Restored Federal brick house, one block from Courthouse and Main Street.

GUEST HOUSES

Madison Magnolia Cottage

Authentic Log Cabins

Cravens Garden Cottage

2945 N. Greenbrier Road | 812-701-1968 cabinsauthenticlog@gmail.com | www.authentic-log-cabins.com Log cabin with spectacular sunsets, 7 acres of pure nature, hot tub, seclusion, sleeps 4.

421 W. Second Street | 812-988-4929 whodatis1@sbcglobal.net Charming intimate 1850s cottage for two.

Ayer’s Last Resort 1116 W. Main Street | 812-265-5284 windyhillbb@mail.com Lovely guest rooms with private baths. Make the Last Resort your first choice. Downtown Madison.

Bishop Hill Guest House 6060 E. Bishop Hill Road | 765-763-7276 | 317-439-2706 rita@bishophillguesthouse.com | www.bishophillguesthouse.com Restored 1870s house, secluded, beautiful views, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths.

Bright Guest House 950 W. Second Street | 765-749-2040 | 800-581-3772 terib1gma@comcast.net | www.brightmadisonguesthouse.com Cozy beautifully renovated 1850s shotgun style. Near restaurants, shops, river.

Captain’s Cottages 906 E. First Street | 812-265-2361 riverboatmadison@aol.com Downtown vacation homes, great river views, 1 to 6 bedrooms, 16 CH&A, WIFI.

Creek House Guest Cottage 701 Elm Street | 574-361-7715 madisoncreekhouse@hotmail.com Beautiful circa 1870s shotgun style house with twenty first century amenities.

Dove Cottage 107 Walnut Street | 812-273-2171 dovecottage107@yahoo.com | www.madisoncamerunning.com Madison’s premiere getaway. Just steps from the Ohio River.

Gallery 115 Café & Guest Suite 115 E. Main Street | 812-274-4371 www.gallery115madison.com Charming spacious 2 bedroom suite, modern amenities, overlooking historic Main St. Smoke free, no pets. Private entrance, stairs.

Garden Gate Cottage 507 Jefferson Street | 812-801-1102 gardengatecottage@gmail.com One bedroom suite, kitchen, laundry, garden. No stairs. May-Dec.

506 E. Second Street | 812-273-9419 | 812-599-1195 dwjw510@frontier.com Beautifully furnished cottage for two in historic downtown Madison.

Madison Vineyards Estate Winery Guest Houses 1460 E. 400 N. | 812-273-6500 | 888-473-6500 vineyard@seidata.com | www.madisonvineyards.com Beautiful vineyard views, fully furnished 1 & 2 bedroom houses, satellite TV. Minutes from downtown.

Somerville Cottage 514 E. Second Street | 812-273-9419 | 812-599-1195 dwjw510@frontier.com Delightful two bedroom cottage with sunroom in historic downtown Madison.

The Guest House 904 W. Second Street (office) 812-265-4439 | 812-701-4439 ncheatham@cinergymetro.net | www.ourguesthouse.biz Comfortably furnished cottages; nightly, weekly, extended stays; children welcome.

Village Suites 224 E. Main Street | 812-265-5819 denisebuxton@yahoo.com Beautifully furnished rooms, kitchenette, cable TV. No pets or smoking.

Cabins Authentic Log Cabins 2945 N. Greenbrier Road | 812-701-1968 cabinsauthenticlog@gmail.com | www.authentic-log-cabins.com Log cabin with spectacular sunsets, 7 acres of pure nature, hot tub, seclusion, sleeps 4.

Cabin Falls 1708 E. Dugan Hollow Road | 859-750-4995 duganhollow@yahoo.com | www.duganhollow.com Authentic log cabin, sleeps 6, Jacuzzi tub, fireplace, deck. Nestled in the woods.

Dugan Hollow Log Cabin & Suites 1708 E. Dugan Hollow Road | 859-750-4995 duganhollow@yahoo.com | www.duganhollow.com Private suites, full kitchen, separate living room/bedroom, 12’ ceilings.

Shelton’s Ash Manor 6401 E. Bishop Hill Road | 812-273-9170 sheltonsashmanor@gmail.com | www.sheltonsashmanor.com Unique 4-level 1790s style log home, sleeps 9, 3 fireplaces, full kitchen.

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Heritage Fountain House 620 W. First Street | 812-801-6614 heritagefountainhouse@gmail.com www.heritagefountainhouse.com Ultimate Madison experience. Historic home, antique furnishings in prime location.

Lottie Mae Inn 411 W. First Street | 812-265-2345 lottiemaeinn@yahoo.com | www.lottiemaeinn.com Clean large rooms, private baths, near river, restaurants, shops.

Madison Guest Suites 223 E. Third Street | 812-801-6614 mguestsuites@gmail.com | www.madisonguestsuites.com Restored Federal brick house, one block from Courthouse and Main Street.

GUEST HOUSES

Madison Magnolia Cottage

Authentic Log Cabins

Cravens Garden Cottage

2945 N. Greenbrier Road | 812-701-1968 cabinsauthenticlog@gmail.com | www.authentic-log-cabins.com Log cabin with spectacular sunsets, 7 acres of pure nature, hot tub, seclusion, sleeps 4.

421 W. Second Street | 812-988-4929 whodatis1@sbcglobal.net Charming intimate 1850s cottage for two.

Ayer’s Last Resort 1116 W. Main Street | 812-265-5284 windyhillbb@mail.com Lovely guest rooms with private baths. Make the Last Resort your first choice. Downtown Madison.

Bishop Hill Guest House 6060 E. Bishop Hill Road | 765-763-7276 | 317-439-2706 rita@bishophillguesthouse.com | www.bishophillguesthouse.com Restored 1870s house, secluded, beautiful views, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths.

Bright Guest House 950 W. Second Street | 765-749-2040 | 800-581-3772 terib1gma@comcast.net | www.brightmadisonguesthouse.com Cozy beautifully renovated 1850s shotgun style. Near restaurants, shops, river.

Captain’s Cottages 906 E. First Street | 812-265-2361 riverboatmadison@aol.com Downtown vacation homes, great river views, 1 to 6 bedrooms, 16 CH&A, WIFI.

Creek House Guest Cottage 701 Elm Street | 574-361-7715 madisoncreekhouse@hotmail.com Beautiful circa 1870s shotgun style house with twenty first century amenities.

Dove Cottage 107 Walnut Street | 812-273-2171 dovecottage107@yahoo.com | www.madisoncamerunning.com Madison’s premiere getaway. Just steps from the Ohio River.

Gallery 115 Café & Guest Suite 115 E. Main Street | 812-274-4371 www.gallery115madison.com Charming spacious 2 bedroom suite, modern amenities, overlooking historic Main St. Smoke free, no pets. Private entrance, stairs.

Garden Gate Cottage 507 Jefferson Street | 812-801-1102 gardengatecottage@gmail.com One bedroom suite, kitchen, laundry, garden. No stairs. May-Dec.

506 E. Second Street | 812-273-9419 | 812-599-1195 dwjw510@frontier.com Beautifully furnished cottage for two in historic downtown Madison.

Madison Vineyards Estate Winery Guest Houses 1460 E. 400 N. | 812-273-6500 | 888-473-6500 vineyard@seidata.com | www.madisonvineyards.com Beautiful vineyard views, fully furnished 1 & 2 bedroom houses, satellite TV. Minutes from downtown.

Somerville Cottage 514 E. Second Street | 812-273-9419 | 812-599-1195 dwjw510@frontier.com Delightful two bedroom cottage with sunroom in historic downtown Madison.

The Guest House 904 W. Second Street (office) 812-265-4439 | 812-701-4439 ncheatham@cinergymetro.net | www.ourguesthouse.biz Comfortably furnished cottages; nightly, weekly, extended stays; children welcome.

Village Suites 224 E. Main Street | 812-265-5819 denisebuxton@yahoo.com Beautifully furnished rooms, kitchenette, cable TV. No pets or smoking.

Cabins Authentic Log Cabins 2945 N. Greenbrier Road | 812-701-1968 cabinsauthenticlog@gmail.com | www.authentic-log-cabins.com Log cabin with spectacular sunsets, 7 acres of pure nature, hot tub, seclusion, sleeps 4.

Cabin Falls 1708 E. Dugan Hollow Road | 859-750-4995 duganhollow@yahoo.com | www.duganhollow.com Authentic log cabin, sleeps 6, Jacuzzi tub, fireplace, deck. Nestled in the woods.

Dugan Hollow Log Cabin & Suites 1708 E. Dugan Hollow Road | 859-750-4995 duganhollow@yahoo.com | www.duganhollow.com Private suites, full kitchen, separate living room/bedroom, 12’ ceilings.

Shelton’s Ash Manor 6401 E. Bishop Hill Road | 812-273-9170 sheltonsashmanor@gmail.com | www.sheltonsashmanor.com Unique 4-level 1790s style log home, sleeps 9, 3 fireplaces, full kitchen.

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Hong Kong Kitchen 102 E. Main Street | 812-273-6633 Delicious Chinese food, carry out or eat in, Szechuan, Hunan & Cantonese styles. Mon-Thurs 11am-10pm, Fri-Sat 11am-10:30pm, Sun 12pm-10pm

Horst’s Little Bakery Haus 843 W. Main Street | 812-274-2051 moehlmann1@msn.com Specialty bakery and home cooked breakfast, German Christmas Stollens. Mon-Sat 5am-12pm

RESTAURANTS

Key West Shrimp House

Crystal & Jules 709 W. Main Street | 812-274-1077 www.crystalandjules.com Seasonal ingredients, certified chef prepared, outdoor patio, wines, beers, spirits. Tues–Thurs 5pm-8pm, Fri & Sat 5pm-9pm

Downtowner 104 E. Main Street | 812-265-4343 Great soups, sandwiches, salads & desserts. Made fresh daily. Madison’s most recommended eatery. Mon-Thurs & Sun 10:30am-8pm, Fri-Sat 10:30am-9pm

Falls Restaurant at Clifty Inn Clifty Falls State Park, 1650 Clifty Hollow Rd 812-265-4135 | 877-925-4389 kgardner@dnr.in.gov | www.cliftyinn.com Home cooking overlooking the scenic Ohio River. Dinner buffet – Fri & Sat (prime rib), lunch buffet Sun. For your pleasure, a full menu as well as soup /salad bar is available daily. Sun-Thurs 7am-2pm, 5pm-8pm, Fri & Sat 7am-2pm, 5pm-9pm: Jan-May daily 8am-2pm, 5pm-8pm

Franco’s Family Restaurant 119 E. Main Street | 812-265-5626 francosfamilyrestaurant@gmail.com www.francosmadison.com Authentic Italian food and baked goods from scratch daily. Mon-Fri 10:30am-2:30pm, 4:30pm-9pm, 18 Sat 9am-2:30pm, 4:30pm-9pm, Sun 9am- 2pm

Gallery 115 Café & Guest Suite 115 E. Main Street | 812-274-4371 www.gallery115madison.com Enjoy sandwiches, salads, soups, desserts, coffee & teas, vintage bottled drinks in a nostalgic setting. Mon-Thurs 11am-5:30pm, Fri 11am-6:30pm, Sat 10am-5pm

Harry’s Stone Grill 621 Clifty Drive | 812-273-3408 www.harrysstonegrill.com Madison’s place to go for great steaks. Mon-Thurs & Sun 11am-10pm, Fri & Sat 11am-11pm

Hinkles Sandwich Shop 204 W. Main Street | 812-265-3919 stuff@hinkleburger.com | www.hinkleburger.com Famous hamburgers served with pickles and onions, homefries, milkshakes. Mon-Tues 6am-10pm, Wed-Thurs 6am-12am, Fri 6am until 4am Sun

Historic Broadway Hotel & Tavern 313 Broadway Street | 812-265-2346 ryanshaw8@hotmail.com | www.historicbroadwayhotel.com Don’t forget to visit Indiana’s oldest tavern – established in 1834. Mon-Thurs 11am-9pm, Fri & Sat 11am-10pm, Sun 12pm-8pm

117 Ferry Street | 812-265-2831 scott@keywestshrimphouse.com www.keywestshrimphouse.com Seafood and more!. Indiana’s Family Owned Business of the Year! Lunch: Tues-Sat 11am-2pm, Dinner: Tues-Fri 5pm-9pm, Sat 5pm-10pm, Sun 12pm-8pm

Madison Lighthouse Restaurant 375 W. Vaughn Drive | 812-265-3280 Dine on the river! Outside deck seating. Docking available. Open daily 11am-10pm. Closed during winter months.

Miss Libby’s on Main

Shooters Bar & Grill

218 E. Main Street Madison’s place to hear great music and eat great food. Mon-Sat 11am-12am, Sun 11am-10pm

101 E. Main Street | 812-265-3841 Downtown Madison’s premier restaurant and sports bar. Historic Madison at its best. Sun-Thurs 11am-10pm, Fri & Sat 11am-12am

Red Pepper Café & Catering

The Attic /Coffee Mill Café

902 W. Main Street | 812-265-DELI (3354) redpeppermadison@hotmail.com www.redpepperdelicafe.com Great homemade fresh sandwiches, soups, salads. Catering, outdoor dining. Mon-Thurs 10am-8pm, Fri-Sat 10am-9pm

631 W. Main Street | 812-265-5781 atticmadison@mail.com | www.atticmadison.com Madison’s favorite coffee, soups, salads, sandwiches. Desserts to-die-for! Mon-Sat 7:30am-5pm

Red Pepperoni 842 W. Main Street | 812-274-0111 redpeppermadison@hotmail.com www.redpepperoni.com Specialty pizzas, calzones, wings, salads, sandwiches, craft & domestic beer & wine. Daily 11am-10pm

The Pines Restaurant 2700 Michigan Road | 812-273-4645 Family owned, homemade from scratch buffet-style dining. Lunch: Wed-Fri 11am-2pm, Dinner Wed-Sat 4pm, Sun 11am-4pm Retail & restaurant hours subject to change, please call ahead.

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Hong Kong Kitchen 102 E. Main Street | 812-273-6633 Delicious Chinese food, carry out or eat in, Szechuan, Hunan & Cantonese styles. Mon-Thurs 11am-10pm, Fri-Sat 11am-10:30pm, Sun 12pm-10pm

Horst’s Little Bakery Haus 843 W. Main Street | 812-274-2051 moehlmann1@msn.com Specialty bakery and home cooked breakfast, German Christmas Stollens. Mon-Sat 5am-12pm

RESTAURANTS

Key West Shrimp House

Crystal & Jules 709 W. Main Street | 812-274-1077 www.crystalandjules.com Seasonal ingredients, certified chef prepared, outdoor patio, wines, beers, spirits. Tues–Thurs 5pm-8pm, Fri & Sat 5pm-9pm

Downtowner 104 E. Main Street | 812-265-4343 Great soups, sandwiches, salads & desserts. Made fresh daily. Madison’s most recommended eatery. Mon-Thurs & Sun 10:30am-8pm, Fri-Sat 10:30am-9pm

Falls Restaurant at Clifty Inn Clifty Falls State Park, 1650 Clifty Hollow Rd 812-265-4135 | 877-925-4389 kgardner@dnr.in.gov | www.cliftyinn.com Home cooking overlooking the scenic Ohio River. Dinner buffet – Fri & Sat (prime rib), lunch buffet Sun. For your pleasure, a full menu as well as soup /salad bar is available daily. Sun-Thurs 7am-2pm, 5pm-8pm, Fri & Sat 7am-2pm, 5pm-9pm: Jan-May daily 8am-2pm, 5pm-8pm

Franco’s Family Restaurant 119 E. Main Street | 812-265-5626 francosfamilyrestaurant@gmail.com www.francosmadison.com Authentic Italian food and baked goods from scratch daily. Mon-Fri 10:30am-2:30pm, 4:30pm-9pm, 18 Sat 9am-2:30pm, 4:30pm-9pm, Sun 9am- 2pm

Gallery 115 Café & Guest Suite 115 E. Main Street | 812-274-4371 www.gallery115madison.com Enjoy sandwiches, salads, soups, desserts, coffee & teas, vintage bottled drinks in a nostalgic setting. Mon-Thurs 11am-5:30pm, Fri 11am-6:30pm, Sat 10am-5pm

Harry’s Stone Grill 621 Clifty Drive | 812-273-3408 www.harrysstonegrill.com Madison’s place to go for great steaks. Mon-Thurs & Sun 11am-10pm, Fri & Sat 11am-11pm

Hinkles Sandwich Shop 204 W. Main Street | 812-265-3919 stuff@hinkleburger.com | www.hinkleburger.com Famous hamburgers served with pickles and onions, homefries, milkshakes. Mon-Tues 6am-10pm, Wed-Thurs 6am-12am, Fri 6am until 4am Sun

Historic Broadway Hotel & Tavern 313 Broadway Street | 812-265-2346 ryanshaw8@hotmail.com | www.historicbroadwayhotel.com Don’t forget to visit Indiana’s oldest tavern – established in 1834. Mon-Thurs 11am-9pm, Fri & Sat 11am-10pm, Sun 12pm-8pm

117 Ferry Street | 812-265-2831 scott@keywestshrimphouse.com www.keywestshrimphouse.com Seafood and more!. Indiana’s Family Owned Business of the Year! Lunch: Tues-Sat 11am-2pm, Dinner: Tues-Fri 5pm-9pm, Sat 5pm-10pm, Sun 12pm-8pm

Madison Lighthouse Restaurant 375 W. Vaughn Drive | 812-265-3280 Dine on the river! Outside deck seating. Docking available. Open daily 11am-10pm. Closed during winter months.

Miss Libby’s on Main

Shooters Bar & Grill

218 E. Main Street Madison’s place to hear great music and eat great food. Mon-Sat 11am-12am, Sun 11am-10pm

101 E. Main Street | 812-265-3841 Downtown Madison’s premier restaurant and sports bar. Historic Madison at its best. Sun-Thurs 11am-10pm, Fri & Sat 11am-12am

Red Pepper Café & Catering

The Attic /Coffee Mill Café

902 W. Main Street | 812-265-DELI (3354) redpeppermadison@hotmail.com www.redpepperdelicafe.com Great homemade fresh sandwiches, soups, salads. Catering, outdoor dining. Mon-Thurs 10am-8pm, Fri-Sat 10am-9pm

631 W. Main Street | 812-265-5781 atticmadison@mail.com | www.atticmadison.com Madison’s favorite coffee, soups, salads, sandwiches. Desserts to-die-for! Mon-Sat 7:30am-5pm

Red Pepperoni 842 W. Main Street | 812-274-0111 redpeppermadison@hotmail.com www.redpepperoni.com Specialty pizzas, calzones, wings, salads, sandwiches, craft & domestic beer & wine. Daily 11am-10pm

The Pines Restaurant 2700 Michigan Road | 812-273-4645 Family owned, homemade from scratch buffet-style dining. Lunch: Wed-Fri 11am-2pm, Dinner Wed-Sat 4pm, Sun 11am-4pm Retail & restaurant hours subject to change, please call ahead.

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ANTIQUES Green Roof Treasures

COFFEE & SWEET TREATS WINERIES Lanthier Winery 123 Mill Street | 812-273-2409 | 800-41-WINES info@lanthierwinery.com | www.lanthierwinery.com Enjoy that “far away feeling close enough to taste.” Wed-Sun 10am-5pm, Mon & Tues by appointment. Thanksgiving – Christmas 9am-6pm, daily

Madison Vineyards Estate Winery and B&B 1456 E. 400 N. | 812-273-6500 | 888-475-6500 vineyard@seidata.com | www.madisonvineyards.com International award winning wines. Free tastings. Beautiful setting. Bed & Breakfast. Wed-Sun 12pm-6pm

Stream Cliff Herb Farm Tearoom & Winery 8225 S. County Road, 90W, Commiskey 812-346-5859 www.streamclifffarm.com Handcrafted wines, lunches, historic herb farm, group activities, display gardens. Apr-mid Oct Wed-Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 11am-4pm: mid Oct thru Dec Wed-Sun 11am-4pm (lunch served): Jan-Mar Sat 11am-4pm (lunch served)

Thomas Family Winery 208 E. Second Street | 812-273-3755 | 800-948-8466 steven@thomasfamilywinery.us | www.thomasfamilywinery.us Traditional wines & ciders, breads & cheeses, pub setting, patio. Trip Advisor Recommended. Mon-Thurs 11am-6pm, Fri-Sat 11am-9pm, Sun 12pm-5pm Tastings conclude at 5pm.

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Cocoa Safari Chocolates 118 W. Main Street | 812-273-8800 cocoasafari@yahoo.com | www.cocoasafarichocolates.com “Taste the Adventure.” Indulge in luscious hand-crafted chocolates and confections. Mon-Fri 11am-6pm, Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 11am-5pm

Horst’s Little Bakery Haus 843 W. Main Street | 812-274-2051 moehlmann1@msn.com Specialty bakery and home cooked breakfast, German Christmas Stollens. Mon-Sat 5am-12pm

Madison Coffee & Tea 100 W. Main Street | 812-265-9200 Coffee drinks, largest selection of teas, plus baked goods. Free WIFI. Mon-Thurs 7am-5pm, Fri & Sat 7am-7pm, Sun 9am-4pm

Madison Nut and Candy Company LLC. 207 E. Main Street | 812-265-0050 khautman@gmail.com | www.madisonnutandcandyllc.com Nostalgic candy, imported candy, nuts, trail mix, soda, popcorn, granola. Sun & Mon 11am-4pm, Tues-Thurs 11am-5pm, Fri 11am-6pm, Sat 10am-6pm

Red Peppermint Frozen Yogurt Bar

220 W. Main Street | 812-322-6719 greenrooftreasures@gmail.com Consignments, antiques, art, collectibles, glassware, furniture, jewelry, neon. Jan-April Mon-Sat 10am-6pm; May-Dec Mon-Thurs & Sat 10am-6pm, Fri 10am-8pm, Sun 12pm-4pm

Lumber Mill Antique Mall 721 W. First Street | 812-273-3040 Madison’s largest antique mall. Three floors of quality antiques. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 12pm-5pm

Madison Buy-Sell-Trade 129 E. Main Street | 812-767-0648 shawncoghill@yahoo.com madisonindianabuyselltrade.webs.com Antiques, collectibles, DVDs, video games, comics, NASCAR, records, jewelry, instruments. Jan-Apr Tues & Thurs-Sat 11am-5pm; May-Dec Tues-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 10am-5pm

Main Street Antique Mall and Collectibles 210 E. Main Street | 812-274-4245 lisa.lumpford@gmail.com Antiques, primitives, vintage, new, Rada, Howard products, Longaberger, Vera, Brighton. Mon-Thurs 10am-6pm, Fri & Sat 10am-7pm, Sun 11am-5pm; Jan-Mar Mon-Fri 11am-5pm, Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 12pm-5pm

Riverwest Antique Mall 1029 W. Second Street | 812-265-0740 Antiques, primitives, collectibles and hard to find items. “Pleasing you, pleases us.” Open Daily 10:30am-5pm

Village Peddler

301 W. Main Street Frozen yogurt, fifteen flavors. Taste, fill, top and enjoy. Mon-Thurs 11:30am-9pm, Fri & Sat 11am-10pm, Sun 11am-9pm

224 E. Main Street | 812-265-5819 denisebuxton@yahoo.com Antiques, stoneware, jugs, primitive décor, candles, homemade gifts, barn stars. Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 12pm-5pm & special events

The Attic /Coffee Mill Café

Your Place or Mine

631 W. Main Street | 812-265-5781 atticmadison@mail.com | www.atticmadison.com Madison’s favorite coffee, soups, salads, sandwiches. Desserts to-die-for! Mon-Sat 7:30am-5pm

214 E. Main Street | 812-621-7773 goingposthole@yahoo.com We buy & sell antiques, collectibles and more. Also buy gold & silver. Tues-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat 11am-5pm

GALLERIES Art on Main 309 W. Main Street | 812-265-2923 artclub.madison.in@gmail.com | www.madisonartclub.com Artist owned fine art gallery and gift shop. Mon, Tues, Thurs-Sat 11am-5pm, Sun 12pm-4pm, Wed by chance

Carlson Art Studio and Fine Art Gallery 301 Jefferson Street | 812-701-3993 carlsonart@live.com Studio classes, gallery featuring regional & local artists. Tues-Fri 4pm-7pm, Sat 11am-4pm

Greiner Art Gallery Hanover College in the lobby of the Lynn Center for Fine Arts Building. 484 Ball Drive, Hanover 812-866-7000 art@hanover.edu | art.hanover.edu/gallery/ Visual art exhibitions featuring a diverse line-up of artists and artistic styles, special events including demonstrations, lectures, and seminars. All exhibitions are free to the public. Monday-Friday 9am-5pm during exhibitions, special events or by appointment. Also open during events in the CFA and performances in the Fitzgibbon Recital Hall.

Rembrandt’s Gallery at Madison Tableworks 325 E. Main Street | 812-273-5050 | 877-522-5050 rmaile@aol.com | www.madisontableworks.com Fine art and fine craft featuring unique handcrafted custom tables Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri 12pm-5pm, Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 12pm-4pm

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ANTIQUES Green Roof Treasures

COFFEE & SWEET TREATS WINERIES Lanthier Winery 123 Mill Street | 812-273-2409 | 800-41-WINES info@lanthierwinery.com | www.lanthierwinery.com Enjoy that “far away feeling close enough to taste.” Wed-Sun 10am-5pm, Mon & Tues by appointment. Thanksgiving – Christmas 9am-6pm, daily

Madison Vineyards Estate Winery and B&B 1456 E. 400 N. | 812-273-6500 | 888-475-6500 vineyard@seidata.com | www.madisonvineyards.com International award winning wines. Free tastings. Beautiful setting. Bed & Breakfast. Wed-Sun 12pm-6pm

Stream Cliff Herb Farm Tearoom & Winery 8225 S. County Road, 90W, Commiskey 812-346-5859 www.streamclifffarm.com Handcrafted wines, lunches, historic herb farm, group activities, display gardens. Apr-mid Oct Wed-Sat 10am-4pm, Sun 11am-4pm: mid Oct thru Dec Wed-Sun 11am-4pm (lunch served): Jan-Mar Sat 11am-4pm (lunch served)

Thomas Family Winery 208 E. Second Street | 812-273-3755 | 800-948-8466 steven@thomasfamilywinery.us | www.thomasfamilywinery.us Traditional wines & ciders, breads & cheeses, pub setting, patio. Trip Advisor Recommended. Mon-Thurs 11am-6pm, Fri-Sat 11am-9pm, Sun 12pm-5pm Tastings conclude at 5pm.

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Cocoa Safari Chocolates 118 W. Main Street | 812-273-8800 cocoasafari@yahoo.com | www.cocoasafarichocolates.com “Taste the Adventure.” Indulge in luscious hand-crafted chocolates and confections. Mon-Fri 11am-6pm, Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 11am-5pm

Horst’s Little Bakery Haus 843 W. Main Street | 812-274-2051 moehlmann1@msn.com Specialty bakery and home cooked breakfast, German Christmas Stollens. Mon-Sat 5am-12pm

Madison Coffee & Tea 100 W. Main Street | 812-265-9200 Coffee drinks, largest selection of teas, plus baked goods. Free WIFI. Mon-Thurs 7am-5pm, Fri & Sat 7am-7pm, Sun 9am-4pm

Madison Nut and Candy Company LLC. 207 E. Main Street | 812-265-0050 khautman@gmail.com | www.madisonnutandcandyllc.com Nostalgic candy, imported candy, nuts, trail mix, soda, popcorn, granola. Sun & Mon 11am-4pm, Tues-Thurs 11am-5pm, Fri 11am-6pm, Sat 10am-6pm

Red Peppermint Frozen Yogurt Bar

220 W. Main Street | 812-322-6719 greenrooftreasures@gmail.com Consignments, antiques, art, collectibles, glassware, furniture, jewelry, neon. Jan-April Mon-Sat 10am-6pm; May-Dec Mon-Thurs & Sat 10am-6pm, Fri 10am-8pm, Sun 12pm-4pm

Lumber Mill Antique Mall 721 W. First Street | 812-273-3040 Madison’s largest antique mall. Three floors of quality antiques. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 12pm-5pm

Madison Buy-Sell-Trade 129 E. Main Street | 812-767-0648 shawncoghill@yahoo.com madisonindianabuyselltrade.webs.com Antiques, collectibles, DVDs, video games, comics, NASCAR, records, jewelry, instruments. Jan-Apr Tues & Thurs-Sat 11am-5pm; May-Dec Tues-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 10am-5pm

Main Street Antique Mall and Collectibles 210 E. Main Street | 812-274-4245 lisa.lumpford@gmail.com Antiques, primitives, vintage, new, Rada, Howard products, Longaberger, Vera, Brighton. Mon-Thurs 10am-6pm, Fri & Sat 10am-7pm, Sun 11am-5pm; Jan-Mar Mon-Fri 11am-5pm, Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 12pm-5pm

Riverwest Antique Mall 1029 W. Second Street | 812-265-0740 Antiques, primitives, collectibles and hard to find items. “Pleasing you, pleases us.” Open Daily 10:30am-5pm

Village Peddler

301 W. Main Street Frozen yogurt, fifteen flavors. Taste, fill, top and enjoy. Mon-Thurs 11:30am-9pm, Fri & Sat 11am-10pm, Sun 11am-9pm

224 E. Main Street | 812-265-5819 denisebuxton@yahoo.com Antiques, stoneware, jugs, primitive décor, candles, homemade gifts, barn stars. Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 12pm-5pm & special events

The Attic /Coffee Mill Café

Your Place or Mine

631 W. Main Street | 812-265-5781 atticmadison@mail.com | www.atticmadison.com Madison’s favorite coffee, soups, salads, sandwiches. Desserts to-die-for! Mon-Sat 7:30am-5pm

214 E. Main Street | 812-621-7773 goingposthole@yahoo.com We buy & sell antiques, collectibles and more. Also buy gold & silver. Tues-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat 11am-5pm

GALLERIES Art on Main 309 W. Main Street | 812-265-2923 artclub.madison.in@gmail.com | www.madisonartclub.com Artist owned fine art gallery and gift shop. Mon, Tues, Thurs-Sat 11am-5pm, Sun 12pm-4pm, Wed by chance

Carlson Art Studio and Fine Art Gallery 301 Jefferson Street | 812-701-3993 carlsonart@live.com Studio classes, gallery featuring regional & local artists. Tues-Fri 4pm-7pm, Sat 11am-4pm

Greiner Art Gallery Hanover College in the lobby of the Lynn Center for Fine Arts Building. 484 Ball Drive, Hanover 812-866-7000 art@hanover.edu | art.hanover.edu/gallery/ Visual art exhibitions featuring a diverse line-up of artists and artistic styles, special events including demonstrations, lectures, and seminars. All exhibitions are free to the public. Monday-Friday 9am-5pm during exhibitions, special events or by appointment. Also open during events in the CFA and performances in the Fitzgibbon Recital Hall.

Rembrandt’s Gallery at Madison Tableworks 325 E. Main Street | 812-273-5050 | 877-522-5050 rmaile@aol.com | www.madisontableworks.com Fine art and fine craft featuring unique handcrafted custom tables Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri 12pm-5pm, Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 12pm-4pm

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Rembrandt’s Gallery at Madison Tableworks Crawdaddy Music 130 E. Main Street | 812-265-6087 crawdaddymusic.madison@gmail.com Selling, appraising, buying new, used & rare vintage musical instruments. Enjoy live music. Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 9am-6pm, Sat 9am-5pm and Wed 9am-6pm during holiday season.

Ditto’s on Main

SHOPPING All Good Things Soaps & Such 318 W. Main Street | 812-801-4700 | 888-361-5704 info@allgoodthingshandmade.com www.AllGoodThingsHandmade.com Handmade in Madison! Natural Herbal Aromatherapeutic Soaps & Bodycare. Something for everyone! Mon-Thurs 11am-5:30pm, Fri 11am-6:30pm, Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 1pm-4pm

Beaver Creek Nursery 5530 W. County Road 900 S. | 812-689-5595 beavercreek55@yahoo.com | www.beavercreeknursery.us Southern Indiana’s largest and most unique nursery. Experience the difference! Mar 15–June 15 Mon-Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm: June 16-Dec 23 Mon-Sat 9am-5pm. Closed Sun & Holidays.

Blush on Main 112 E. Main Street | 812-273-7000 theblushmadison@gmail.com | www.facebook.com/blushonmain Boutique, home accents, salon. Tues-Sat 11am-6pm, Sun 12pm-4pm

Christy’s Candles and Gifts 2631 Michigan Road | 812-273-3072 christys.candles@hotmail.com | www.christyscandlesandgifts.com Candles, home décor, linens, candle accessories and much more. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm: Nov-Dec Sun 12pm-5pm, Mon-Sat 9am-6pm

Cocoa Safari Chocolates 118 W. Main Street | 812-273-8800 cocoasafari@yahoo.com | www.cocoasafarichocolates.com “Taste the Adventure.” Indulge in luscious hand-crafted chocolates and confections. Mon-Fri 11am-6pm, Sat 10am -6pm, 22 Sun 11am-5pm

135 E. Main Street | 812-274-0301 sandersrl@aol.com Décor, furniture & gifts for the home. Mixing old with new. Sun-Thurs 10am-5pm, Fri & Sat 10am-6pm: Sept-Dec Sun-Thurs 10am-5pm, Fri & Sat 10am-8pm

Fabric Shop 220 E. Main Street | 812-265-5828 Fabrics and sewing notions. Custom embroidery, Madison t-shirts, caps & sweatshirts. Mon, Thurs, Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-2:30pm, other days by chance

Fine Threads/ Little People Boutique 232 E. Main Street | 812-265-2835 | 812-265-2588 finethreads.lpb@gmail.com Children & women’s specialty shops offering fashion & accessories. Vera Bradley & Brighton. Mon -Thurs & Sat 9am-5pm, Fri 9am-6pm, Sun 1pm-5pm, open later in Dec

Fizz’z Bike Shop / Custom Screen Printing

Gold-N-Treasures 222 E. Main Street |812-265-5116 | 877-991-0990 1goldntreasures@gmail.com Gold, silver, jewelry, coins, diamonds, jewelry repair, antiques, primitives, collectibles. Tues-Sat 10am-6pm

Harriette’s Knit Knook 103 E. Main Street | 812-274-2040 knitknook@cinergymetro.net | www.harriettesknitknook.com Yarn, needles, patterns, books, notions, classes, finished items, repair, custom knitting. Mon, Thurs & Sat 12pm-5pm, Fri 12pm-8pm, Sun 12pm-3pm

Lanier Mansion Gift Shop 601 W. First Street | 812-265-3526 greilly@indianamuseum.org “Timeless good taste.” Jewelry, books, china, toys, scarves, purses, garden. Daily 9:30am-4:30pm

Little Golden Fox 602 W. Main Street | 812-274-1080 www.littlegoldenfox.com Vintage, handmade, Pinterest & Etsy brought to Main Street. Mon 11am-4pm, Thurs-Sat 11am-6pm, Sun 1pm-4pm

Madison Apothecary

311 West Street | 812-273-3499 fizzzsales@hotmail.com Bicycle sales, service and rental. Custom screen printing since 1989. Mon-Fri 11am-6pm, Sat 11am-4pm

835 W. Main Street | 812-265-4621 madisonapothecary@yahoo.com | www.madisonapothecary.com Pharmacy, durable medical equipment, wheelchair rentals, beer, wine, liquor. Mon-Fri 9am-7pm, Sat 9am-3pm

Galena Garlic Company

Margie’s Country Store

325 E. Main Street | 812-273-5050 | 877-522-5050 rmaile@aol.com | www.madisontableworks.com Fine art and fine craft featuring unique handcrafted custom tables. Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri 12pm-5pm, Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 12pm-4pm

Rock-a-Bye Lady 113 W. Main Street | 812-265-2990 georgekuntz@bellsouth.net | www.rockabyelady.net Children’s books, puzzles, dollhouse miniatures, toys, baby items and clothing. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 1pm-5pm: Jan-Feb closed Sun

Something Simple 219 E. Main Street | 812-265-2566 somethingsimple@cinergymetro.net A local & visitor favorite! Simple gifts! Simple home décor! Daily Jan-Aug 10am-5pm, Sept-Dec Sun-Thurs 10am-6pm, Fri & Sat 10am-8pm

The Attic / Coffee Mill Café 631 W. Main Street | 812-265-5781 atticmadison@mail.com | www.atticmadison.com Gifts, cards, accessories, gourmet foods & coffee. Shop - Eat - Sip - Chat. Mon-Sat 7:30am-5pm

The Floating Cow and Other Things Beautiful 111 E. Main Street | 812-273-4939 thefloatingcow@yahoo.com , Baggallini purses, scarves, jewelry, greeting cards, wine accessories, decor. Mon-Thurs 11am-5:30pm, Fri & Sat 11am-6pm, Sun 12pm-4:30pm: Jan-Apr Mon-Sat 11am-5:30pm, Sun 12pm-4:30pm

Village Lights Bookstore

317 W. Main Street | 812-274-2849 www.galenagarlic.com Madison’s Gourmet Shop- Redefining the Art of Cooking–Taste is everything. Mon-Wed 10am-5pm, Thurs-Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 11am-5pm: Nov-Dec Sun-Wed 10am-5pm, Thurs-Sat 10am-7pm

721 W. Main Street |812-265-4429 | 877-395-6263 rwebb50@cinergymetro.net Fabric, quilting supplies, full line of gifts. Smiling service. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

110 E. Main Street | 812-265-1800 info@villagelightsbooks.com | www.villagelightsbooks.com New & used books, WIFI, comfy chairs, special events, &….2 bookstore cats! Mon-Thurs 11am-7pm, Fri & Sat 11am-9pm, Sun 12pm-5pm

Wanda’s Gifts

Gifts That Last

Nice Shots! 131 E. Main Street | 812-701-3028 steph@niceshotsphotos.com | www.niceshotsphotos.com Fine art, photography, gifts, Madison souvenirs and outstanding portraiture. Mon-Thurs & Sat 10am-6pm, Fri 10am-7pm, Sun by chance or appointment

120 E. Main Street | 812-265-6717 giftsthatlast@roadrunner.com Gifts, jewelry, books, gemstones, rocks, aroma therapy for pain management. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 12pm-4pm

202 W. Main Street | 812-265-5166 wangross12@gmail.com Willow Tree, tea sets, cookbooks, candles, jewelry, baskets, dolls, unique gifts, Madison souveniers. Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sat 11am-5pm, Sun by chance Retail & restaurant hours subject to change, please call ahead.

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Rembrandt’s Gallery at Madison Tableworks Crawdaddy Music 130 E. Main Street | 812-265-6087 crawdaddymusic.madison@gmail.com Selling, appraising, buying new, used & rare vintage musical instruments. Enjoy live music. Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 9am-6pm, Sat 9am-5pm and Wed 9am-6pm during holiday season.

Ditto’s on Main

SHOPPING All Good Things Soaps & Such 318 W. Main Street | 812-801-4700 | 888-361-5704 info@allgoodthingshandmade.com www.AllGoodThingsHandmade.com Handmade in Madison! Natural Herbal Aromatherapeutic Soaps & Bodycare. Something for everyone! Mon-Thurs 11am-5:30pm, Fri 11am-6:30pm, Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 1pm-4pm

Beaver Creek Nursery 5530 W. County Road 900 S. | 812-689-5595 beavercreek55@yahoo.com | www.beavercreeknursery.us Southern Indiana’s largest and most unique nursery. Experience the difference! Mar 15–June 15 Mon-Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm: June 16-Dec 23 Mon-Sat 9am-5pm. Closed Sun & Holidays.

Blush on Main 112 E. Main Street | 812-273-7000 theblushmadison@gmail.com | www.facebook.com/blushonmain Boutique, home accents, salon. Tues-Sat 11am-6pm, Sun 12pm-4pm

Christy’s Candles and Gifts 2631 Michigan Road | 812-273-3072 christys.candles@hotmail.com | www.christyscandlesandgifts.com Candles, home décor, linens, candle accessories and much more. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm: Nov-Dec Sun 12pm-5pm, Mon-Sat 9am-6pm

Cocoa Safari Chocolates 118 W. Main Street | 812-273-8800 cocoasafari@yahoo.com | www.cocoasafarichocolates.com “Taste the Adventure.” Indulge in luscious hand-crafted chocolates and confections. Mon-Fri 11am-6pm, Sat 10am -6pm, 22 Sun 11am-5pm

135 E. Main Street | 812-274-0301 sandersrl@aol.com Décor, furniture & gifts for the home. Mixing old with new. Sun-Thurs 10am-5pm, Fri & Sat 10am-6pm: Sept-Dec Sun-Thurs 10am-5pm, Fri & Sat 10am-8pm

Fabric Shop 220 E. Main Street | 812-265-5828 Fabrics and sewing notions. Custom embroidery, Madison t-shirts, caps & sweatshirts. Mon, Thurs, Fri 9am-5pm, Sat 9am-2:30pm, other days by chance

Fine Threads/ Little People Boutique 232 E. Main Street | 812-265-2835 | 812-265-2588 finethreads.lpb@gmail.com Children & women’s specialty shops offering fashion & accessories. Vera Bradley & Brighton. Mon -Thurs & Sat 9am-5pm, Fri 9am-6pm, Sun 1pm-5pm, open later in Dec

Fizz’z Bike Shop / Custom Screen Printing

Gold-N-Treasures 222 E. Main Street |812-265-5116 | 877-991-0990 1goldntreasures@gmail.com Gold, silver, jewelry, coins, diamonds, jewelry repair, antiques, primitives, collectibles. Tues-Sat 10am-6pm

Harriette’s Knit Knook 103 E. Main Street | 812-274-2040 knitknook@cinergymetro.net | www.harriettesknitknook.com Yarn, needles, patterns, books, notions, classes, finished items, repair, custom knitting. Mon, Thurs & Sat 12pm-5pm, Fri 12pm-8pm, Sun 12pm-3pm

Lanier Mansion Gift Shop 601 W. First Street | 812-265-3526 greilly@indianamuseum.org “Timeless good taste.” Jewelry, books, china, toys, scarves, purses, garden. Daily 9:30am-4:30pm

Little Golden Fox 602 W. Main Street | 812-274-1080 www.littlegoldenfox.com Vintage, handmade, Pinterest & Etsy brought to Main Street. Mon 11am-4pm, Thurs-Sat 11am-6pm, Sun 1pm-4pm

Madison Apothecary

311 West Street | 812-273-3499 fizzzsales@hotmail.com Bicycle sales, service and rental. Custom screen printing since 1989. Mon-Fri 11am-6pm, Sat 11am-4pm

835 W. Main Street | 812-265-4621 madisonapothecary@yahoo.com | www.madisonapothecary.com Pharmacy, durable medical equipment, wheelchair rentals, beer, wine, liquor. Mon-Fri 9am-7pm, Sat 9am-3pm

Galena Garlic Company

Margie’s Country Store

325 E. Main Street | 812-273-5050 | 877-522-5050 rmaile@aol.com | www.madisontableworks.com Fine art and fine craft featuring unique handcrafted custom tables. Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri 12pm-5pm, Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 12pm-4pm

Rock-a-Bye Lady 113 W. Main Street | 812-265-2990 georgekuntz@bellsouth.net | www.rockabyelady.net Children’s books, puzzles, dollhouse miniatures, toys, baby items and clothing. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 1pm-5pm: Jan-Feb closed Sun

Something Simple 219 E. Main Street | 812-265-2566 somethingsimple@cinergymetro.net A local & visitor favorite! Simple gifts! Simple home décor! Daily Jan-Aug 10am-5pm, Sept-Dec Sun-Thurs 10am-6pm, Fri & Sat 10am-8pm

The Attic / Coffee Mill Café 631 W. Main Street | 812-265-5781 atticmadison@mail.com | www.atticmadison.com Gifts, cards, accessories, gourmet foods & coffee. Shop - Eat - Sip - Chat. Mon-Sat 7:30am-5pm

The Floating Cow and Other Things Beautiful 111 E. Main Street | 812-273-4939 thefloatingcow@yahoo.com , Baggallini purses, scarves, jewelry, greeting cards, wine accessories, decor. Mon-Thurs 11am-5:30pm, Fri & Sat 11am-6pm, Sun 12pm-4:30pm: Jan-Apr Mon-Sat 11am-5:30pm, Sun 12pm-4:30pm

Village Lights Bookstore

317 W. Main Street | 812-274-2849 www.galenagarlic.com Madison’s Gourmet Shop- Redefining the Art of Cooking–Taste is everything. Mon-Wed 10am-5pm, Thurs-Sat 10am-6pm, Sun 11am-5pm: Nov-Dec Sun-Wed 10am-5pm, Thurs-Sat 10am-7pm

721 W. Main Street |812-265-4429 | 877-395-6263 rwebb50@cinergymetro.net Fabric, quilting supplies, full line of gifts. Smiling service. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm

110 E. Main Street | 812-265-1800 info@villagelightsbooks.com | www.villagelightsbooks.com New & used books, WIFI, comfy chairs, special events, &….2 bookstore cats! Mon-Thurs 11am-7pm, Fri & Sat 11am-9pm, Sun 12pm-5pm

Wanda’s Gifts

Gifts That Last

Nice Shots! 131 E. Main Street | 812-701-3028 steph@niceshotsphotos.com | www.niceshotsphotos.com Fine art, photography, gifts, Madison souvenirs and outstanding portraiture. Mon-Thurs & Sat 10am-6pm, Fri 10am-7pm, Sun by chance or appointment

120 E. Main Street | 812-265-6717 giftsthatlast@roadrunner.com Gifts, jewelry, books, gemstones, rocks, aroma therapy for pain management. Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun 12pm-4pm

202 W. Main Street | 812-265-5166 wangross12@gmail.com Willow Tree, tea sets, cookbooks, candles, jewelry, baskets, dolls, unique gifts, Madison souveniers. Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri & Sat 11am-5pm, Sun by chance Retail & restaurant hours subject to change, please call ahead.

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