Each day visitors may tour the Historic Oakley House, temporary home of the artist naturalist John James Audubon in 1821. A park ranger will meet the visitor at the door and provide a background to the house and plantation. Visitors then may tour the home with a self guided handout taking as long or short of a time as they wish. On exiting the meet again with the ranger who will answer any questions as well as get the visitor started on a self guided tour to the plantation yard. The last tour of the day begins at 4 p.m.
Masks are required. The house itself is disinfected several times throughout the day. No more than 9 people are allowed in the house at once. Tickets are available at the visitor center.