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Amqui Station and Visitors Center

303 Madison St, Madison, TN 37115-3666
+1 615-891-1154
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Amazing Tour of Amqui!

What an asset to the Madison community! Executive Director, Cate Hamilton gives amazing tours that... read more

Reviewed 6 October 2017
Audrey G

Get in a little history od small town America that really is a surprise! It may have been a tiny... read more

Reviewed 22 December 2015
Frank H
Madison, Tennessee
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About Discover Madison, Inc.-Amqui Station and Visitor's Center: Discover Madison, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to celebrate, educate, promote, and preserve Madison, Tennessee through the historic Amqui Station, a 1910 L&N Railroad station which was saved from demolition by Johnny Cash.
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6 Oct 2017
“Amazing Tour of Amqui!”
22 Dec 2015
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303 Madison St, Madison, TN 37115-3666
+1 615-891-1154
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Reviewed 6 October 2017

What an asset to the Madison community! Executive Director, Cate Hamilton gives amazing tours that put you back in time. Awesome experience - highly recommend stopping by to visit.

Thank Audrey G
Discover M, Assistant Officer to the Board at Amqui Station and Visitors Center, responded to this reviewResponded 10 October 2017

Thank you for your review of Discover Madison's historic Amqui Station and Visitor's Center! We enjoy sharing the history and stories of Madison, the historic L&N Station, the area's musical heritage, and more. We hope to see you again soon!

Reviewed 22 December 2015

Get in a little history od small town America that really is a surprise! It may have been a tiny town when it was formed but it played a HUGE part in the history of Tennessee!

Thank Frank H
Reviewed 22 April 2015

Check out the Farmers Market on a Sunday afternoon! Stroll through the old station and see the old photos, luggage and train related items that take you back to when it was in operation! Johnny Cash had it for a while and displayed his train...More

Thank Frank H
Reviewed 18 November 2014

I am very pleased to have Amqui station here in Madison, TN. This is just one example of the great changes coming to Madison, TN I like the farmer's market there where I get my honey and various vegetables. ;-) Plan a visit in the...More

Thank TimHobrock
Reviewed 12 October 2014

This is a local museum and meeting place. It contains the old Amqui Railroad Station building, a new building with restrooms and two covered areas outdoors. There is some parking and it is right next to the railroad for atmosphere. The old Rudy's Farm Country...More

2  Thank HappyCamper409
Reviewed 1 October 2014

This is one place you need to visit. It is an outdoor venue where you can hold meetings. it is a lovely place where you can hold dinner parties. also, through October they have a vegetable market from 12 pm 'til 3pm. In the early...More

Thank 81MINNIE
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