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Treasures Of Madison County

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Address: 200 SW Range Ave, Madison, FL 32340-2413
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+1 850-973-3661

TREASURES MUSEUM features exhibits dedicated to sharing the history and...

TREASURES MUSEUM features exhibits dedicated to sharing the history and lifestyle of Madison County, FL and its surrounding region. Among the featured topics is its military display, agricultural history for the region, movie theatre and school artifacts.There is also an expanding photographic archive.

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Area history and tie ins everywhere to world events. Home of WWII's first pilot killed after pearl harbor, Colin P. Kelly. Documents, items and pictures from Madison County. Free.

Reviewed July 25, 2016
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Reviewed July 25, 2016 via mobile

Area history and tie ins everywhere to world events. Home of WWII's first pilot killed after pearl harbor, Colin P. Kelly. Documents, items and pictures from Madison County. Free.

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Madison, Florida
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Reviewed July 25, 2016

Great volunteers make for a friendly welcome as you go back in time in the Treasures of Madison County. Go by and relax and learn and come back often.

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Madison, Florida
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Reviewed March 7, 2016

In a tiny town in Northern Florida the Treasures of Madison County is a hidden gem of history and memorabilia from the 19th and 20th centuries. The docents are very knowledgeable about the items on display and are willing to share personal memories of events during their lifetimes. The range of items varies between military history and agricultural life to... More 

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Reviewed February 5, 2016 via mobile

Well worth looking at gives you a little history about the area some old antiques and historical artifacts you can also take a nice walk around the neighborhood

1 Thank Birddog001
Lakeland, Florida
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Reviewed September 19, 2015

Stopped in to see the Museum and found lots of history of Madison FL. There were old newspaper clipping, military tools and attire, things used in a beauty parlor of which some looked frightening! A very Informative visit!

1 Thank Dianna P
Coconut Creek, Florida
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Reviewed January 13, 2015

Bill Bunting was the person on-hand the day I visited and he was most helpful in his recollections of Madison in the 20th century. And you could spend hours poring over the many articles preserved from the past. Definitely a vintage find!

2 Thank genie55
Madison, Florida
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Reviewed April 16, 2014

The history of Madison Florida. The museum has objects that soldiers have donated from world war 1 , world war 2, Korea, and Vietnam, as well as military uniforms and other military objects. It has objects from the old south, which include Civil war objects. It has old antiques from Madison`s past. A great walk back in time for the... More 

1 Thank John P
Fort Collins, Colorado
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Reviewed April 24, 2013

We thoroughly enjoyed our walking tour a few days ago and very much recommend it to others. it was an easy walk with several beautiful and historic homes opened to us. The narrated history of each home and the church was both informative and entertaining!

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3 Thank Dale B
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Reviewed August 21, 2012

A local newspaper publisher and friend of mine had meandered for about an hour through the undisturbed rural Florida countryside arriving at Madison, Florida to explore a treasure trove of rare and antiquarian books on a pleasant Saturday afternoon. While we learned the rare book repository had closed Saturday afternoons, we ventured down main street to a corner museum of... More 

3 Thank David C

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