There is a 200 yard walk up the hill from the parking lot to the Gallatin House. Visitors with difficulty walking, or with respiratory or heart problems, should use the handicap access road. This access is on the left of the main entrance before you reach the main parking area.
The handicap access road is not available for busses.
No public transportation is available to or in the Park.
Did You Know?
Although Albert Gallatin was an ardent abolitionist, he did buy a slave in Virginia by the name of Charlotte Smith. As he was negotiating her purchase, he was also working with a lawyer on the legal act of manumission to change her slavery to an indenture.