William Johnson House210 State StreetThe William Johnson House site consists of the Johnson home and kitchen, and the adjoining McCallum House. William Johnson, born a slave in 1809, was freed at age eleven and later became a successful businessman, slaveholder, and diarist in Natchez. Listen to his diaries, tour the visitor center and home. For visitor center hours or more information, please call 601-445-5345. Fees: The William Johnson House is a FREE site.Melrose Estate1 Melrose-Montebello ParkwayThe 1840s mansion was home of lawyer and plantation owner John T. McMurran and his family from 1849 to 1865. The site includes several original outbuildings, including slave cabins. Self guided grounds & ranger-led house tours available.Fees: For current tour times and fees, please call 601-446-5790.Fort RosalieThe fort constructed by the French in 1716 changed hands from French to British to Spanish, and, ultimately, to American control. The site where the fort once stood remains an important piece of American history, but it is undeveloped and currently not open to the public. Informational publications can be obtained in the park's bookstore. For more information, please call 601-446-5790.