Madison Magical History Tour

Madison Magical History Tour
Sunday, April 30
10:00AM and 11:30AM

Those who grew up in Madison have so much respect and love for their town and it’s history.  On Sunday, April 30, you can discover new interesting historical facts about Madison by joining local Historian and Real Estate Agent, Scott Spelker, as he returns for another Madison Magical History Tour.  

The Magical Trolley will again depart from the Madison High School parking lot and continue through town with Scott sharing untold stories about Madison’s history.
This latest tour will cover: early Ridgedale Avenue, the first Catholic Church in town, the Luke Miller House, Sayre House, Gibbons estate, Boisaubin house on Treadwell Ave, the “Road to Yorktown,” the King of the Gypsies, and the Kluxen murder of 1919.

The tour will last approximately 1 hour:  Adults $20, Kids 16 and under $10

All proceeds from this tour will benefit the Madison Eagle Christmas Fund, a local organization that helps families and individuals within the community during the holiday season.

To reserve your space text Scott at 201-400-1592 or register on

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