National Historic Landmarks
[Add listings of Shrewsbury-Windle House, Lanier Mansion, Historic Eleutherian College]
Some of the nation’s finest landmarks are right here in Madison!
Madison’s Historic Downtown holds the designation as the nation’s largest Contiguous National Historic Landmark District with a jaw-dropping 133 historic blocks. It’s a mouthful to say, but an eyeful to experience!
If that weren’t enough, Madison is also home to three National Historic Landmark sites as well. The Lanier Mansion and Shrewsbury-Windle Home were both designated as National Historic Landmarks in 1994, followed by the Historic Eleutherian College in 1997. These sites continue to be popular attractions in Jefferson County.
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Newly rehabilitated and award-winning. Built in 1846-1849 for Captain Charles L. Shrewsbury, his wife Ellen and their children. Designed by Francis Costigan Indiana’s most [...]
301 W. First St., Madison
Lanier Mansion State Historic Site
Features 1844 Greek Revival home of James F.D. Lanier (the “crown jewel” of Madison’s Historic District). A National Historic Landmark, beautiful home with great stories. [...]
511 West First St., Madison
Historic Eleutherian College
Eleutherian College is a National Historic Landmark founded in 1848 by the Neil's Creek Anti-Slavery Society. Today's mission it to tell the stories of [...]
6927 West State Road 250, Landcaster