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The slave quarters at Horton Grove

Historic Stagville preserves the remnants of the one of the largest plantations in North Carolina. By 1860, the Bennehan-Cameron family owned over 30,000 acres of land and claimed ownership over about 900 enslaved people. The work of enslaved Africans and African Americans made the Bennehan-Cameron family one of the wealthiest in the state. 

Stagville is dedicated to interpreting the lives, families, culture, and work of enslaved people on the Bennehan-Cameron plantations. Today, the Historic Site includes 165 acres of land, four original slave dwellings (c. 1851), a massive barn (c. 1860), and a Bennehan-Cameron family house (c. 1787-1799). 

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Hours and Location

Tuesday – Saturday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Guided tours at 11, 1, and 3 
Closed Sundays, Mondays, and most major holidays

Call in advance for groups, field trips, or private tours.

5828 Old Oxford Highway
Durham, N.C. 27712


$2 donation recommended for guided tours of the site.

Admission to the site and self guided tours are free.

Guided Tours

Guided tours are available Tuesday through Saturday at 11, 1, and 3 each day. Each tour last about 90 minutes. The tour schedule is subject to change, so please call in advance to confirm the schedule. The site grounds are open from 9 to 5, Tuesday through Saturday. Self-guided tours are also available during these hours. Please note that visitors are not allowed inside the buildings on self-guided tours. 

Plan to wear comfortable, sturdy shoes and dress for the weather. There is no food or drink for sale on site, but feel free to bring a picnic lunch! There are picnic tables on site. 

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.


Stagville welcomes anyone with disabilities. For questions about accessibility or accommodations, please contact Khadija McNair at 919-620-0120 or email