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James Madison's Montpelier

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Kevin & Desiree
Kevin & Desiree
December 2, 2018
This is an amazing place to visit. This is the home of president James Madison. This location is about a 50 minute drive from us, but the drive is very easy and peaceful.
Virginia
Virginia
November 15, 2018
James Madison wrote the constitution in the library here, looking at a spectacular view of the Blue Ridge.
Michelle
Michelle
April 30, 2020
Another fascinating US president's home and grounds to experience!
Amy
Amy
January 28, 2020
Another former presidents residence. Historic estate.
Rick
Rick
February 25, 2019
Walk in the footsteps of the "Father of the Constitution."
Kelly
Kelly
May 18, 2020
Montpelier's grounds, gardens, and trails ONLY are open to the public Thursday-Monday, 9 AM-4 PM. Please visit our website for more details and to purchase a property pass.
Prospect Hill
Prospect Hill
November 15, 2019
Visit the lifelong plantation home of James Madison, the fourth U.S. President and the “Father of the Constitution”. Montpelier would also later become the home of his wife, Dolley, whose graciousness and hospitality inspired the term “First Lady”. Madison called this 2,700 acre estate “a squirrel’s…
Janet
Janet
September 26, 2019
The grounds of Montpelier are beautiful with wonderful walking paths and lost of history.

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地點
11350 Constitution Hwy
VAMontpelier Station22957
電話+1 540-672-2728