PLEASE CALL 540-672-0027 for ticket questions
Frequently asked questions are answered on the Planning Page
11407 Constitution Highway, Montpelier Station, VA 22957
Martha Strawther at 540-672-0027 or e-mail Martha@montpelierraces.com for further information.
General Admission – $15 On sale July 8
Everyone must have one of these tickets to enter the grounds. Children 12 and under are free.
General Parking –$20 - On sale July 8
Picnic Area/No Parking – $50 On Sale July 8
Located on the walk from the General Parking these reserved spaces on the rail are designed to give you a reserved area to picnic right at railside. No parking allowed in the picnic area.
Infield Parking – $80 On Sale July 8
Closer in parking-not reserved space.
Patron Parking – $300 – On Sale July 8
Member Parking – $275 – On Sale July 8
Subscriber Parking – $250 – On Sale July 8
Infield Parking Reserved – $225 – On Sale July 8
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Please call the office at 540 672-0027 for information or reservations (catering not provided)
Madison Row – $1,750 = PLEASE CALL 540-672-0027
CALL 540-672-0014 TO ASK ABOUT OVERLOOK HILL TENTS $1,250
All equipment to accommodate approximately 25 people.
Premium Hilltop – Please Call 540-672-0027 to reserve now
All equipment to accommodate approximately 25 people with a reserved hilltop location.
Mansion Vista – $3,500 = PLEASE CALL 540-672-0027 to reserve now
All equipment to accommodates up to 40 guests.
Turf Club – $7,500 = PLEASE CALL 540-672-0027 to reserve now
All equipment for approximately 80 guests.
Winner’s Circle – $9,000 = PLEASE CALL 540-672-0027 to reserve now
All equipment for around 100 guests, service tent, premium location.
With the mansion's architectural restoration complete, come witness the investigation, discovery, and installation of Madison furnishings and décor. Watch as curators bring James and Dolley Madison's home back to life.
2012 Poster Painting
Clarice Smith is described by critics as an intriguing and enigmatic artist. Belonging to no school, yet clearly influenced by several traditions, she creates a world through paint that is at the same time tangible and distant; familiar yet disquieting. Her oeuvre includes portraits, florals, landscapes, still-lifes and horses painted with ease, yet a convincing reality and an ambience unique to a particular place. Both in technique and mood, her paintings share little with the strict photo-realists who are her contemporaries but are rather linked to earlier painters who are her inspiration. She has had numerous solo exhibitions in prestigious galleries in the United States and abroad including an exhibit at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in 2011. She is represented by the Gerald Peters Gallery in New York City. See more of her work at www.claricesmith.com