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Madison Morgan Cultural Center

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Gem of a place

I didn't find this place listed among the must-sees, but it should be. Lovely art exhibition, as... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
DanaJ0
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Marion, Indiana
Part of the community lifeblood

Not only is this an exquisitely restored old school, it’s where many of the community’s concerts... read more

Reviewed 29 September 2018
Oliver B
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“nice museum”(5 reviews)
“old school”(5 reviews)
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434 S Main St, Madison, GA 30650-1640
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 9 April 2013

The museum offers a surprisingly comprehensive presentation of the history and culture of the region and the building itself is a gem. The galleries are well arranged with thematic progressions through historic and cultural developments. While the layout promotes a stroll through history that can...More

4  Thank BrewsterPug
Most Helpful Critical Review
Reviewed 15 April 2012

I guess with all the attention to Madison I expected a lot more especially after having done some of the antebellum trail in Louisiana. If you are in the area worth a stop but not as a destinstion in my opinion very dissappointed.

4  Thank Tangaroa
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My wedding was everything we’d hoped for considering the ”director” had me in tears a couple of hours before our wedding due to her appalling comments. She brought potential clients to view the venue while my wedding coordinators and staff were finishing setup and while...More

Thank Titinya G
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

I didn't find this place listed among the must-sees, but it should be. Lovely art exhibition, as well as a beautifully restored theater, school room, & (my favorite) parlor from Boxwood House. Story relating the parlor to Gone with the Wind was fun.

Thank DanaJ0
Reviewed 29 September 2018

Not only is this an exquisitely restored old school, it’s where many of the community’s concerts and other cultural functions are held. We are so lucky to have such a treasure here in Madison!

Thank Oliver B
Reviewed 11 September 2018 via mobile

First, we were delighted by the architecture of the old school house and the school class room was so fun! Several of the galleries are not permanent, but we enjoyed the exhibits that were there. We also enjoyed the permanent exhibit about the local area....More

Thank 30joyp
Reviewed 26 August 2018 via mobile

Beautiful building with a great history and overview of Madison. Nice exhibits, that change on a regular basis, and a gift shop that provides very nice souvenirs. Well worth a couple hours, and you get to ring the old school bell in the belfry!!

Thank StrattonH2
Reviewed 17 April 2018

This regional arts center and museum fits beautifully into the town's carefully-restored former graded-school building. If you are lucky enough to be in town during a performance, do try and get tickets for the auditorium. Otherwise simply enjoy this cool building and it's grounds; browse...More

1  Thank Johnny W
Reviewed 27 March 2018 via mobile

This beautiful building has been restored nicely. The exhibits fill in some knowledge gaps for visitors who aren't familiar with small town Georgia. I discovered they had just concluded a storytelling weekend, so I've already made plans to attend next year.

Thank Carol P
Reviewed 24 March 2018 via mobile

The cultural center was hosting a story teller's weekend, full of laughs and old family secrets to share, when we visited. The location is super convenient, a short walk to shops and restaurants. Strolling through historic Madison offers close up views of Antebellum homes, bringing...More

Thank KAPAtl
Reviewed 24 March 2018

The museum is simple but useful. There is a good amount of information about the region. The real treat here are the shows that they produce. We attended the Storytellers show and it was phenomenal. The venue is terrific and the performances were excellent and...More

Thank WJP2-1776
Reviewed 13 March 2018

Beautiful brick building, complete with a bell tower. The Cultural Center is a self guided tour, upstairs and downstairs. The auditorium is still used today for plays and concerts throughout the year, woodwork and floors are original. The chandelier is unique. Most off the downstairs...More

Thank Jeannene A
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