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Preserve the Legacy and Ideals of Liberty

We the People Support Montpelier

Your contribution will directly support Montpelier’s ongoing efforts to preserve the legacy and ideals of liberty that founded our nation. Together, we can ensure the American story is told in its entirety–one that resonates with all Americans and reminds us of our shared journey towards a more perfect union.

Archaeology

The Montpelier Archaeology Department aims to discover, preserve, and interpret Montpelier’s Madison-era landscape and other cultural and archaeological resources through cutting-edge methods and research, professional development, descendant community engagement, public engagement, and citizen science. Learn more about this ongoing work and how you can get involved.

Support the Center for the Constitution and its programs for educators, law enforcement officers, and international visitors.

The Robert H. Smith Center for the Constitution provides a space for people to explore the historical context of the Constitution and examine modern Constitutional issues in a non-partisan way. The Center gives people the tools to more fully appreciate and understand the Constitution and encourage informed debate, civic engagement, and continuous improvement to our nation.

Support our Education Team as they share the complete story of Montpelier.

Montpelier’s Department of Education and Visitor Engagement works closely with Montpelier experts to bring the stories of the people who lived and worked at Montpelier to life for visitors. The goal is to make Montpelier a transformative, inclusive, and immersive experience where diverse visitors cultivate a deeper understanding of James and Dolley Madison, the Constitution, and the Enslaved Community. Learn more about this work and our research.

Help Ensure Montpelier’s Future:

Montpelier’s Department of Education and Visitor Engagement works closely with Montpelier experts to bring the stories of the people who lived and worked at Montpelier to life for visitors. The goal is to make Montpelier a transformative, inclusive, and immersive experience where diverse visitors cultivate a deeper understanding of James and Dolley Madison, the Constitution, and the Enslaved Community. Learn more about this work and our research.