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This place "flies under the radar" but is well worth going out of your way to see

Our tour guide, Gil I believe his name was--a retired teacher with an in-depth familiarity with... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
CalsYoKeig
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Raleigh
A Wonderful Authentic Plantation

This is a must see site when in the Raleigh Durham area. It's an authentic - not a recreated... read more

Reviewed 19 May 2017
JIMCHI
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Sacramento, CA
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North Carolina's biggest plantation, where visitors can see the well-preserved original slave cabins and other buildings.
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“civil war” (2 reviews)
“barn” (5 reviews)
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Our tour guide, Gil I believe his name was--a retired teacher with an in-depth familiarity with both the plantation's history as well as what the brutal everyday conditions of slavery were like, was absolutely excellent. He takes you on a tour of three different parts...More

Thank CalsYoKeig
Reviewed 19 May 2017

This is a must see site when in the Raleigh Durham area. It's an authentic - not a recreated - southern plantation, one of the largest in the south at the time. They offer a great 1 hour+ guided tour several times a day (call...More

Thank JIMCHI
Reviewed 12 November 2016 via mobile

Enjoy it, I recommend it as a must stop. Very informative about North Carolina pre and post civil war

Thank Tony G
Reviewed 22 March 2016

We visited Stagville, while visiting Cary, NC from Seattle. We found it on line and it sounded interesting. It was. The tour guide was very informative and invested in sharing the history, though our group was really too big; we missed a lot of what...More

Thank DQL
Reviewed 2 April 2013

This is a little known historical gem in Durham. Formerly a working plantation, original house, slave quarters, and the most beautiful handmade barn ever seen.

2  Thank Andrea B
Reviewed 3 January 2013

Off the beaten path, we missed it the first time we looked. Very interesting and several antebellum buildings remain. Sites are spread out. Be sure to see everything. Take bug spray especialy in the barn area. Free.

1  Thank Ginny A
Reviewed 24 June 2012

One would think the homestead of the family who represent such a huge influence on Durham's development would really be focused on the plantation wealth, its evolution, and the family's philanthropy and influence on the area, but it seemed the tour was primarily concerned with...More

1  Thank DJ L
Reviewed 26 December 2011

This is a very nice site, but there seems to be something lacking. Site management seems to feel cheated by not getting more attention, but they need to realize that they actually have to work at getting that attention. Just because you're a historic location...More

Thank Blueridger
Reviewed 7 August 2010

Stagville is a 30 minute drive from Raleigh, or at least from North Raleigh where we were coming from. It's North of Durham. We went on one of their music festival days. They do these all summer. It wasn't crowded. They had a nice bluegrass...More

5  Thank Debbiewanders
Reviewed 31 October 2009

We visited the Stagville Plantation and loved it. Despite this attraction being listed in Raleigh, it is actually north of Durham. The grounds are beautiful and have nice walking trails, but the guided tour was the best. The tour visits three sites, the plantation house,...More

3  Thank WI_Traveller
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