Constitutional Village

Center for the Constitution
 

Immerse Yourself in the Study of the Constitution

The Constitutional Village at Montpelier includes 27 bedrooms spread out over five restored farmhouses constructed in the early 20th century. The houses are within walking distance of Lewis Hall, where all lectures, discussions, and meals will take place during the Center's programs.
 
The Constitutional Village is a center for learning and thoughtful inquiry; we encourage seminar participants to use their free time for study, reflection, and conversation with their housemates.
 
William and Peyton Lewis Hall is the academic building for the Center for the Constitution on the grounds of James Madison's Montpelier. The former carriage house and stable now includes a modern classroom, dining room, catering kitchen, and meeting spaces for the Center's professional development programs.

 

The houses in the Constitutional Village provide an ideal space for conversing after program activities and relaxing late into the evening.