The William Johnson House provides a window into the life of a free man of color whose published diary provides a detailed account of the daily life in the antebellum south. Using his diary and personal papers as a guide, the Natchez National Historical Park has created an accurate and highly authentic interpretation of the site. Today, the insightful and engaging exhibits enable visitors to make meaningful connections to the William Johnson story.
Latitude: 31.560127 Longitude: -91.405916 Elevation: 196 ft
Hours OpenOpen every day except Christmas, Thanksgiving and New Year's Day.
Time Period Represented1840s
Seasons OpenOpen year-round.
Visitor FeesThere is no admission fee.
The site is handicap accessible.