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Jeremiah Sullivan House

304 W 2nd St, Madison, IN 47250-3742
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Amazing home

This is an amazing home, great tour. A lot of very interesting Jeremiah Sullivan family history as... read more

Reviewed 20 April 2017
Madison, Indiana
Beautiful House & Garden

This house is worth a stop. Just beautiful. The gardens are lovely too. The docent, Gail is... read more

Reviewed 8 December 2016
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19 Apr 2017
“Amazing home”
7 Dec 2016
“Beautiful House & Garden”
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304 W 2nd St, Madison, IN 47250-3742
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Reviewed 20 April 2017

This is an amazing home, great tour. A lot of very interesting Jeremiah Sullivan family history as well as Madison history associated with this home

1  Thank jwb555
Reviewed 8 December 2016

This house is worth a stop. Just beautiful. The gardens are lovely too. The docent, Gail is lovely and informative.

1  Thank sguzman3
Reviewed 23 October 2016 via mobile

What a great tour and guide. Guide was very informative, explaining and answering questions. House is kept up very well, with period pieces and some family heirlooms. Loved it!

Thank Jana B
Reviewed 29 July 2016

This is a great example of early federal style, only minimally marred by two more centuries of remodeling. But our enjoyment of this house museum was mostly due to our knowledgeable, enthusiastic docent Gail. She was a gem, and because we were the only visitors...More

3  Thank gazooby
Reviewed 20 November 2015

I visit Madison on a regular basis for festivals, the state park and the wineries. Those attractions are definitely worth the trip. But the so called national quality historic sites are just like all the other small town claim to fame historic homes. You probably...More

Thank Bathgo
Reviewed 14 October 2015

This was an interesting home to visit and the guide was informative. We were able to go into the cellar up to the 3rd floor. Several interesting artifacts available for viewing also.

Thank 1015tourist
Reviewed 11 July 2015

The Jeremiah Sullivan House tour was very informative, but not over done. Our tour guide lead us around the main floor, but let us enjoy the upper floor and the basement as well as garden at our own pace. It was a nice change from...More

4  Thank Lynn S
Reviewed 22 April 2015

Once the family dwelling of the Jeremiah Sullivan family, it has been restored and contains many original furnishing. Decorations are typical of the period. Tour guides are quite knowledgeable of the family, house and furnishings.

Thank Kay1947
Reviewed 19 February 2015

Very lovely historic home. The guide was informative, but slightly aloof. Sort of a turn off! Décor was authentic and very well preserved.

Thank Bantamrick
Reviewed 28 July 2014

Some interesting history about the Sullivan's in this house, there is a lot of the old furniture from the Sullivan's, not recreated, which makes it more interesting to see.

Thank BackYardDad
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