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Madison

Madison County

Formed in 1792, Madison County is located in the Piedmont Region of Virginia. The 2016 Census population estimate was 13,078. The county is named for the Madison family. President James Madison is a descendant of that family.

Madison County

Courthouse

Town of Madison

Madison is a town in Madison County, Virginia, United States. The 2014 City-Data population eastimate was 221 making it one of the least populated towns in the state. It is the county seat of Madison County.

Town of Madison

Shenandoah National Park

Shenandoah National Park

The park encompasses parts of eight counties: Warren, Page, Rockingham, Augusta, Rappahannock, Madison, Greene, and Albemarle counties. The park stretches for 105 miles along Skyline Drive from near Front Royal, VA to near Waynesboro, VA.

Shenandoah Park

Montpelier

Montpelier

Montpelier was the estate of James Madison, fourth President of the United States and his wife Dolly. The manor house of Montpelier is sixteen miles south of the Town of Madison, VA. The estate currently covers nearly 2,700 acres.

Montpelier

Charlottesville

Charlottesville

Downtown Charlottesville is just a 40-minute drive south from Madison. Charlottesville was home to two U.S. Presidents, Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe. It also known as the home of the University of Virginia and Jefferson's Monticello.

Charlottesville

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Culpeper

Culperer is a 25-minute drive northeast from Madison. According to the "CitiesJournal" website Culpeper is one of the top small cities to live in Virgina. And, with its Amtrak station, Culpeper is less than a two-hour train ride to the sights of Washington, D.C.

Culpeper

Gordonsville

Gordonsville

Downtown Gordonsville is just a 30-minute drive south from Madison. According to the "CitiesJournal" website Gordonsville is one of the top small cities to live in Virgina. One of its most famous attraction is the Civil War Museum at the Exchange Hotel.

Gordonsville

Richmond

Richmond

With a two-hour drive, Richmond is the capital of Virginia. It was incorporated in 1742. The 2016 population estimate is 223,170 making it the fifth-most populous city in Virginia. Check out their Visitor Center for the latest events.

Richmond

Washington DC

Washington, D.C.

Washington is about a two-hour car or train ride northeast from Madison. Spend a day or a week. Washington DC is filled with wonderful (and mostly free) stuff to visit. Take a train day trip from Culpeper but plan at least a four-hour round trip.

Washington, D.C.