Plan Your Visit Historic Stagville preserves part of the Bennehan-Cameron plantations, one of the largest sites of slavery in North Carolina. From 1776 to 1865, the Bennehan and Cameron plantations spread across 30,000 acres of land. An 1804 marriage united the Bennehan and Cameron families, and they jointly invested in slavery at Stagville. Here, enslaved people built a sprawling plantation complex of farms, workshops, mansions, and mills. Year after year, enslaved families suffered separation, violence, hard labor, and disease. Amid the horrors of slavery, they continually resisted, claiming some measure of freedom through sabotage, direct action, cultural traditions, and freedom seeking. In 1864, over 1,000 people were enslaved on this plantation. Today, Historic Stagville is a 165-acre State Historic Site, entirely dedicating to teaching about the lives, culture, and labors of enslaved African Americans. Through careful research, Stagville documents the history of enslaved people, and their descendants, across the Bennehan and Cameron plantations. During your visit, you can tour original slave dwellings (1850s), a massive barn (1860), a Bennehan family house (1799), and outdoor archeological sites. Stagville's land and buildings reveal powerful stories of slavery and freedom at Stagville. As you visit the site, we invite you to remember the enslaved and emancipated people who shaped Stagville, and North Carolina. Hours and Location Tuesday – Saturday, 9 am – 5 pm 2022 Guided Tours: Tuesday - Friday at 1 pm; Saturday at 11, 1, and 3. Please call ahead to confirm guided tour availability! Closed Sundays, Mondays, and most major holidays. Please call in advance for groups, field trips, or private group tours. 5828 Old Oxford Road Durham, N.C. 27712 Admission Admission to the site is free. Guided tours are $2 per person, $1 for seniors and children ages 5 to 12. Guided Tours Guided tours are available Tuesday through Saturday-- please call for the current tour schedule! Each tour lasts 75 minutes. The site grounds are open from 9 to 5, Tuesday through Saturday. Self-guided tours are available during these hours. Please note that visitors are not allowed inside the buildings on self-guided tours. To tour Stagville, you must have a car or other vehicle! Due to the large size of the property, if you arrive by taxi, Uber, or Lyft, we cannot guarantee transportation to all parts of the site. Group Reservations Accessibility Stagville welcomes anyone with disabilities. For questions about accessibility or accommodations, please contact Khadija McNair at 919-620-0120 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.