Historic Stagville State Historic Site

Historic Stagville is a State Historic Site that preserves the remnants of the one of the largest sites of slavery in North Carolina: the Bennehan and Cameron plantations. By 1860, over 900 people were enslaved here, across 30,000 acres of land.

Today, Stagville is entirely dedicated to teaching about the history of slavery at Stagville. Our site interprets the lives, families, culture, and work of enslaved people on the Bennehan and Cameron plantations. 

Historic Stagville is free and open to the public with guided tours at 11, 1, and 3 on Tuesday-Saturday. Call in advance for groups, field trips, or private tours.

Historic Stagville is a State Historic Site that preserves the remnants of the one of the largest sites of slavery in North Carolina: the Bennehan and Cameron plantations. By 1860, over 900 people were enslaved here, across 30,000 acres of land.

Today, Stagville is entirely dedicated to teaching about the history of slavery at Stagville. Our site interprets the lives, families, culture, and work of enslaved people on the Bennehan and Cameron plantations. 

Historic Stagville is free and open to the public with guided tours at 11, 1, and 3 on Tuesday-Saturday. Call in advance for groups, field trips, or private tours.

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