|Clay House Museum--Part 5|
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The Clay House Museum is located in the historic district of downtown Madison. It is an antebellum house built in 1853 as a merchant's home. It has changed hands ten times over the last 150 years. Robin has decorated each of the five rooms on the ground floor to reflect the decorating style of the different eras of the women who previously owned the home.
An artist is featured in the foyer of the museum seasonally as an added attraction. School groups and educational tours are welcome with advance reservations. The Clay House Museum is available for meetings and special teas for groups upon request.
The museum and grounds are available for rent for reunions, parties, weddings, receptions and other events. Call the Clay House Museum at 256-325-1018 or email BrewerR@hiwaay.net.
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