Department of Architecture and Historic Preservation
ARCHITECTURE AND HISTORIC PRESERVATION AT MONTPELIER
The Architecture and Historic Preservation Department is responsible for the research, maintenance, and preservation of the built environment at Montpelier. This includes over 130 historic buildings spanning three centuries, as well as the ongoing reconstruction of the buildings in the South Yard.
Architecture and Historic Preservation Projects and Resources
The Architecture and Historic Preservation Department at Montpelier is responsible for so much more than the upkeep of the main house. Beginning in 2015, the department has actively been researching and reconstructing the South Yard, preserving various buildings across the site, and managing an architectural study collection of over 15,000 artifacts and documents. To learn more about these projects and more, click an image to the right.
Digging Deeper Blog
Our blog is the place to learn about the day to day projects happening in the Architecture and Historic Preservation department. No two days are the same at Montpelier, so our blog is a place to see what’s happening behind the scenes.