The Hermitage is a historical plantation of Nashville, located in the area of Madison. Andrew Jackson, the 7th president of the country was its owner at some point, although he did not use the property very often. The home was built in 1835 by architects Reiff and Hume in a Greek Revival Style. The house is situated between two rivers, Cumberland and Stones and is now a museum where you can find more about the life of the president. He and his wife Rachel Jackson are buried in the garden of this magnificent property.
Farmer's Market is another great thing you can see in Madison, Nashville, Tennessee. You can try the fresh fruits and vegetables produces in the area of Madison before buying them. Also taste the fresh made foods, the pies and the bread that is more than delicious.
Margot Cafe and Bar is a French and Italian restaurant located in Madison, Nashville. The European food is excellently prepared and thanks to the decoration and to the atmosphere, you will feel exactly like on the old continent. The menu has daily changes, so if you are interested of something in particular, you need to ask about it.