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Montpelier is more than just the home of one of America's Founding Fathers. It's a place where we can learn how our Constitution affects our everyday lives. It's an ongoing archaeological dig that tells us more about 18th century life every day. It's a destination for anyone who wants to know more about how the thinking of James Madison changed the world.
From research to education to archaeology, our department teams are what make Montpelier a living, breathing exploration of history and knowledge. Read more about each department and contact each team directly.
Since 1998, the Montpelier Foundation has worked to transform James Madison's Montpelier from a privately owned estate into a destination for more than 125,000 visitors each year. Learn more about the Foundation and support Montpelier's future.
The Robert H. Smith Center for the Constitution provides world-class educational programming, both on-site and online. Participants come from all over the world to engage in civic dialogue, improve their understanding of the founding principles of the United States, and deepen their potential involvement in democracy.
As the lifelong home of James Madison, Father of the Constitution and Architect of the Bill of Rights,
Montpelier's mission is to communicate Madison's role in creating our modern, democratic government.