This is about a five minute drive from the National Historic site. It's worth doing as a capstone to the visit with spectacular views of the surrounding area. Keep in mind, Johnson and his family are buried on top of a small hill, so plan accordingly for cool weather and rain. There are three parking spots available for compact cars adjacent to the burial plot, just follow the road around the site to locate them.
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