A magical southern city just an hour east of Atlanta, Madison, Georgia is the town Sherman refused to burn on his infamous March to the Sea. Its National Register Historic District is one of the state’s largest collection of 19th century architecture, earning it a place on Budget Travel’s 2012 “16 Most Picturesque Villages in the World” and Travel Holiday’s 2001 “#1 Small Town in America.” Madison combines with nearby Rutledge to house more than 170 antiques dealers, 40 boutiques and 20 unique eateries.   Spending the day shopping boutiques, jewelry stores, unique shops with rare finds, and antiques galore, you’ll love walking around, perusing the stores, and finding those one-of-a-kind treasures to take home with you.  

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