The Hillside Inn overlooks the Historic Downtown District of Madison, Indiana, which has been listed on the National Register of historic places since 1973. Madison's downtown contains over 130 blocks of historical significance.Looking for a specific event in Madison? View our event calendar to help with booking your stay.

Lanier Mansion State Historic Site

511 West First Street Madison, IN.
This Greek Revival mansion built in 1840 is designated a National Historic Landmark. The house has been appointed with period pieces and is now open year-round for tours.
Jeremiah Sullivan House

304 West Second Street Madison, IN.
This house, home to a founder of Hanover College, is considered Madison's first mansion. The site is home to the only known restored Federal serving kitchen in the United States.
Dr. William Hutchings' Office

120 West Third Street Madison, IN
This Doctor's office was used until 1903 and has been left in tact as Dr. Hutchings left it when he died.
Shrewsbury-Windle House

301 West First Street Madison, IN.
Former home of riverboat entrepreneur Capt. Charles Shrewsbury, designated a National Historic Landmark.
Broadway Fountain

North Broadway & Main Street Madison, IN.
A community Bicentennial project, this fountain was exhibited at the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia in 1876. The fountain was a gift to the city of Madison in 1886.
Madison Railroad Station

Downtown Madison, IN.
This former railroad station, used by passengers from 1895 until 1935, now displays railroading artifacts.