Since 1867 the Prud'homme Store has been a place where members of the Bermuda community gathered and exchanged information. The store also served as a post office. Currently, the Prud'homme Store serves as the visitor center for Oakland Plantation.
NPS Photo/T.L. Van Cleave
The historic Magnolia Store serves as the visitor center for Magnolia Plantation. The site is equipped with self-guiding site maps, picnic tables, and accessible restrooms.
NPS photo/ Jean Carter
Ranger-led tours of Oakland Plantation are offered every day at 1:00 p.m.
While touring the grounds, visitors may see archeologists, masons, limewashers, and other preservationists at work. Due to the preservation and restoration work in progress on these buildings and the grounds, access to building interiors may be limited.
Did You Know?
After emancipation, some newly-freed slaves like Bermuda's long-time blacksmith Solomon Williams, negotiated separate bargains for higher pay and a new work schedule.