Wrapping up the winter metal detecting expeditions atop Chicken Mountain, Montpelier Archaeology returns to the mansion in hopes of learning how the plantation landscape changed after James and Dolley returned to Montpelier from Washington.
April 24 - Professor of History and Political Science Emertitus at Syracuse University, foremost biographer of James Madison, and founding member of The Montpelier Foundation, Ralph Ketcham, Ph.D., shares insight and reflections on the significance of James Madison's library.
March 14 - The Obama administration has selected the Presidential Precinct, comprising of the University of Virginia, Morven, William & Mary, Monticello, Montpelier, and Ash-Lawn Highland in Virginia, to support a new initiative aimed at propelling economic growth, prosperity and democracy in Africa.
February 1, 2014 - James Madison’s Montpelier celebrates Black History Month with the addition of an online, annotated version of Paul Jennings’ personal memoir, A Colored Man’s Reminiscences of James Madison, the first “insider’s memoir” of life in the White House.
January 15, 2014 - Join us on Presidents’ Day, February 17 for the grand opening of James Madison's refurnished library with book signing by Dr. Myron Magnet, author of The Founders at Home: The Building of America, 1735-1817, and specialty tours about Madison and the Constitution.