The Montpelier Center for Arts & Education recently completed an outdoor cultural and educational setting known as the Village Green. As a gateway to western Hanover, this public space is designed to enhance the learning experiences and celebratory gatherings through an expanded lawn with performing areas and an educational exhibit.
Utilizing the front lawn entrances, the Village Green design complements the interior 1929 building. This inviting and engaging project features a performance area, brick court yard and walkways, a rose gardens, a serpentine wall, bike racks, kiosk, granite benches and granite map of some of historical roads and sites. A brick walkway invites visitors to a Colonial herb garden at Sycamore Tavern. This connector will strengthen the visual and historic association between the Tavern and the Montpelier Center.
The Montpelier Center and Sycamore Tavern have been named Virginia Historic Landmarks, are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and are contributing members to the Montpelier Historic District.
Thank you to all of you who supported and contributed to this project in order to create an inviting focal point for learning and outdoor enjoyment. Your investment in the Village Green at the Montpelier Center for Arts & Education will serve this region for generations.
There are several naming opportunities still available. Inquire with the office to discuss the options. We are 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and all donations are tax deductible as the law allows.
If you have any questions, please contact us at 804-8830-7378 or email@example.com.
Create, Explore, Educate, Celebrate! Located on historic Route 33, The Montpelier Center for Arts & Education is a cornerstone of country living in Western Hanover County.