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Venues in Madison County, Illinois (681)

venues in Madison County | Madison County locations for weddings

Madison County is a county located in the U.S. state of Illinois. Madison County is part of the Metro-East region of the St. Louis Metro Area. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 269,282, which is an increase of 4.0% from 258,941 in 2000. The county seat is Edwardsville, home to Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. The largest town in the county is Alton, Illinois known for its abolitionist and American Civil War-era history. It is also the home of Southern Illinois University Dental School.

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Flick's
(618) 488-9921
13301 IL-140
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Hill
(618) 637-2157
912 Williamson Ave
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The Winery at Shale Lake
(618) 637-2470
1499 Washington Ave
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Alhambra Firemen Legion Park
(618) 488-9924
610 W Main St
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Debbies Diner
(618) 488-7070
702 E Main St
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Lutz's Tavern
(618) 488-9929
201 E Main St
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Salem United Church of Christ
(618) 488-3215
1117 W North St
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Alhambra Elementary School
(618) 488-2200
302 W Main St
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Glenhaven Gardens of Alton
(618) 462-1500
100 Glenhaven Dr
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Temple Entertainment Inc
(618) 463-5555
300 State St
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Community Christian Church
(618) 462-1196
2345 Union School Rd
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Tony's Third Street Cafe
(618) 462-8384
312 Piasa St
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Salem Baptist Church Cemetery
(618) 466-9343
2001 Seiler Rd
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St. Paul's Episcopal Church
(618) 465-9149
10 E 3rd St
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Alton Middle School
(618) 474-2200
2200 College Ave
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Toddle Towne Learning Center
(618) 462-8852
3839 Humbert Rd
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Mississippi Valley Christian School
(618) 462-1071
2009 Seminary St
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Hayner Public Library Alton Square Mall
(618) 462-0677
132 Alton Square Mall Dr
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Franklin Masonic Lodge #25
(618) 462-4009
1513 Washington Ave
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Jacoby Arts Center
(618) 462-5222
627 E Broadway
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Harvest Club
(618) 463-5991
200 W 3rd St
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Gentenlins On Broadway
(618) 465-6080
122 E Broadway
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Bold Enterprise Incorporated
(618) 465-7726
305 Henry St
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City Limit Bar & Grill
(618) 465-3087
2206 Fosterburg Rd
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The Bridge Inn
(618) 465-9823
306 State St
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Irene's Tavern
(618) 462-3786
3402 Milton Dr
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Jimmy John's Sandwich Shop
(618) 467-6400
92 Northport Dr
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Johnson's Corner Restaurant
(618) 465-5640
2000 State St
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Ketchum's Corner Kreem
(618) 466-7047
33 E Elm St
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Everhart & Light House
(618) 474-2010
115 Market St
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Mary's Cheesecakes & More
(618) 462-4271
3605 Aberdeen Ave
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Mini Corral Hamburgers
(618) 462-0400
1500 Main St
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Morales Cup of Joe
(618) 462-8160
1100 Milton Rd
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Norbs Tavern
(618) 466-9842
2505 State St
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Scrapbook Castle
(618) 462-1919
2833 Homer M Adams Pky
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Papa John's Pizza
(618) 462-7272
2700 Washington Ave
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Rose Garden Restaurant
(618) 463-9860
4754 Humbert Rd
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Wendy's Old Fashioned Hamburgers
(618) 465-1014
3000 Washington Ave

History of Madison County


Madison County was established on September 14, 1812. It was formed from parts of Randolph and St. Clair counties and named for President James Madison. At the time of its formation, Madison County included all of the modern State of Illinois north of St. Louis, as well as all of Wisconsin, part of Minnesota, and Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

In the late 19th century, Madison County became an industrial region, and in the 20th century was known first for Graniteware, and later for its steel mills, oil refineries, and other heavy industries. The county had a large working population, and the county and surrounding area was a center of strength for the Democratic Party.

Industrial restructuring cost many jobs and reduced the population. The county now is part of semi-rural, sparsely populated east of the St. Louis metropolitan area (nicknamed "Metro East"), as is neighboring St. Clair County.

In 2009, the EPA issued an air pollution report that ranked Madison County as the county with the second-highest cancer risk in the country due to air pollution, second only to Los Angeles County, California.

Madison County between its creation in 1812 and 1815, extending north to Lake Superior and the border with Rupert's Land

Madison County between 1815 and 1817

Madison County between 1817 and 1821

Madison County between 1821 and 1825

Between 1825 and 1829, Madison included a northern salient that was split off to form part of Macoupin County.

In 1829 Madison returned to its 1821 borders.

In 1843 a small amount of land was transferred to Bond County, reducing Madison to its current size.

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How to have a great event in Madison County


Ready to have a wedding, birthday or special event in Madison County? We have more Madison County wedding sites available to browse, compare and explore than anywhere on the internet. We currently have over 750,000 venues on our website, 681 of which reside in Madison County.

Selecting the perfect Madison County locations for weddings or venues in Madison County is critical to the success of every wedding, party, special event, or corporate event. The journey of finding a wedding site or event venue can be a difficult and time consuming task requiring a significant amount of time an effort. VenueHelper.com provides on online Madison County locations for weddings / event venue directory to make finding Madison County locations for weddings or event venue easier. Here is our checklist of things to consider when selecting the perfect event venues in Madison County.

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