Welcome to
Historic Stagville!

Stagville

Photos courtesy of Reed Lovick of WRL Photography.

Historic Stagville is a state historic site that includes the remnants of the one of the largest plantations in North Carolina. The Bennehan-Cameron family owned approximately 30,000 acres of land, and claimed ownership over about 900 people who were enslaved on this property. Stagville protects a fraction of the land from that plantation, including original slave quarters (1851), a massive barn (1860), and a Bennehan family house (1787-1799). Stagville is dedicated to teaching about the lives and work of enslaved people on the plantation.

Guided tours are available Tuesday through Saturday. Call us to schedule school trips, educational programs, special groups, or events.

For the most up-to-date information about events or programs, call the site or check our Facebook page.

 

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Open 9am-5pm,
Tuesday-Saturday.

Guided tours will go out at 11, 1, and 3. Self-guided tours are also available during opening hours.

(919) 620-0120

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