Madison is a unique town in Nashville because of its easy accessibility via several major roads and interstates. Madison is only 8.2 miles north at its closest point to downtown Nashville There are three public parks within Madison; Madison Park, Peeler Park, and Cedar Hill Park.
Also located in Madison, the Nashville National Cemetery. The Nashville National Cemetery covers around 64 acres and holds nearly 33,000 veterans as well as their spouses, and dependents. According to the National Park Service, the entrance to the cemetery is marked by a monumental arch which is, "one of five in the national cemetery system."
Historic Amqui Station. Built in 1910, Amqui Station was a focal point for the Madison Community for many decades. At its height, it saw as many as 40 – 50 trains daily. After years of service, the depot fell into disrepair, and was scheduled to be razed. However, because of his great love of trains, country music superstar Johnny Cash intervened. He was given the old train depot in 1979 and moved Amqui Station to his property in Hendersonville, northeast of Madison. He restored it to display his collection of train memorabilia as well as June’s collection of antiques. Upon Cash’s death in 2003, Halo Properties purchased Amqui Station and donated it back to the city of Madison. The station was returned to Madison in June 2006 and situated near its original site to be revitalized as a museum and visitors center.

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