Projects

PROJECTS AT MONTPELIER

The Montpelier Museum Programs Division is constantly undertaking research, preservation, and interpretative projects across the property. These projects result in a better understanding of the past through historical, architectural, and archaeological research, through the interpretation of the lives of people who lived in the past, the spaces they occupied, the objects they owned, and the landscape of Montpelier, and with the engagement of our colleagues and stakeholders in the many ways to conduct this scholarship and present it to the public. Below, you can sift through the many different projects developed at Montpelier.

Project by Department

Sort projects based on the department that worked on them: Archaeology, Research, Architecture and Preservation, Curatorial and Collections, and Education and Interpretation.

Montpelier Digital Collections Project

Archaeology, Architecture & Preservation, Curatorial & Collections, Research
Montpelier Digital Collections Project

The Collections at Montpelier

Curatorial & Collections
The Collections at Montpelier

Montpelier Descendants’ Project

Research
Montpelier Descendants’ Project

Furnishing a Bedchamber

Curatorial & Collections
Furnishing a Bedchamber

The Architectural Fragment Collections

Architecture & Preservation
The Architectural Fragment Collections

Researching with the MRD

Research
Researching with the MRD

LEARN Log Cabin Workshop

Archaeology, Architecture & Preservation
LEARN Log Cabin Workshop

National Summit on Teaching Slavery

Education & Visitor Engagement, Rubric
National Summit on Teaching Slavery

Paul Jennings Memoir

Research
Paul Jennings Memoir

Public Archaeology at Montpelier

Archaeology
Public Archaeology at Montpelier

Montpelier Landscape Project

Archaeology
Montpelier Landscape Project

Archaeology Reports and Publications

Archaeology
Archaeology Reports and Publications