The King's Daughters' Hospital and Health Services
Madison is home to three award-winning wineries, antique shops and antique malls, unique craft and specialty shops, Clifty Falls State Park, numerous art galleries and a growing artist colony. Historic Madison has more than 133 blocks listed on the National Register of Historic Places, encompassing 1500 structures and the entire downtown area. Included within the Madison Area are 3 National Historic Landmarks (the Shrewsbury-Windle House; Lanier Mansion; and just minutes away, Eleutherian College) and 11 Historic Museums. Madison boasts the largest collection of 19th century architecture in Indiana and was recently awarded National Historic Landmark District status. Madison, established in 1809, is the county seat of one of the most beautiful areas in the Midwest. Located across the Ohio River from Kentucky in the triangle formed by Cincinnati (Ohio), Louisville (Kentucky), and Indianapolis (Indiana), Jefferson County offers attractive opportunities for economic development, cultural exploration, and recreation.