Historic Locations Associated With James Madison

James Madison Museum129 Caroline Street, Orange, VAExhibits, memorabilia, antique tools and agricultural implementsYes, with fee
The Octagon House1799 New York Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20006, (202-638-3221)Executive mansion, museum, architectural exhibitsYes, with fee
Todd HouseFourth and Walnut Streets, Philadelphia, PAHome of Madison's wife, Dolly Payne Todd, toursYes, with fee
Conway House4 miles north of Port Royal, Virginia, on US route 301, Port Conway VirginiaJames Madison was born in a small house on the estate of his maternal grandmother. In the l930s, the house eroded and fell into the Rappahannock River in the area now spanned by the James Madison Memorial Bridge. There is a birthsite marker on the south side of the river
Hare WoodRoute 51, Charles Town, WV 25414James Madison and Dolley Payne Todd were married in the home of her sister on September 15, 1794Closed to the public
Historic Sully3601 Sully Road, Chantilly, VA 22003, (703-437-1794)
Nassau HallPrinceton University, Princeton, New Jersey 08542
Saint Thomas Episcopal Church119 Caroline Street, Orange, VA 22960, (540-672-3761)
Caleb Bentley HouseGeorgia Avenue and Brookeville Road, Brookeville, MD 20833President Madison's hideout after escaping from the BritishClosed to the public
Salona1214 Buchanan Street, McLean, VA 22101
Stride-Madison Residence429 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
The James Madison Museum129 Caroline Street, Orange, VA 22960, (540-672-1776)
Montpelier11407 Constitution Highway (SR 20), Box 67, Montpelier Station, VA 22957, (540-672-2728)Family home on 2700 estate with out buildings, gardens, grave site, archeological excavationsYes, with fee