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“I did the oak alley plantation tour was excellent, our tour guide jim was very informative of every aspect from history to food, I also did the boat cruise as well and I enjoyed it will recommend this to individua...”
Visit Oak Alley Plantation, one of the South’s most famous and photographed plantations, on a tour down the River Road. And, do it without renting a car. Pass under a canopy of giant oak trees to tour the antebellum...read more
“Our ride to and from the plantation was fun!!! Our guide was Steven and he kept us entertained just the right amount of time to keep the drive interesting with little tidbits of history and enough humor to dispel...”
Discover one of Louisiana’s most significant historical landmarks, and leave all the logistics to...read more
Combine admission to the Oak Alley Plantation with a guided tour, starting with hotel transport from New Orleans. Follow the majestic oak-lined path to the Antebellum mansion where you’re greeted by costumed guides...read more
“But the highlight of the trip was the driver Brian who made every second of the drive there and back very entertaining and informative, He made the trip very special and fun and I would do it again in a second.”
“Relaxing ride to Laura Plantation, loved the tour, big house, explanation of the sugar cane history of this area, stories of the enslaved.”
Tour both Oak Alley and Laura Plantation in one convenient trip, with transportation between the two. Stroll the plantations’ grounds with a group of like-minded travelers to gain a better understanding for this era...read more
“Definitely the best part of our trip to NOLA! My husband wanted to see the plantation and we did the swamp tour for our teenage boys, but all three generations LOVED the day trip.”
This full-day tour combines the natural and cultural history of Louisiana, with hotel transport provided from New Orleans. First, admire towering trees lining the path to the Oak Alley Plantation House where you’re...read more
“A very well organized tour giving you exposure to both the New Orleans of centuries past as well as a step into nature and wildlife in a fun, interactive boat cruise”
Save time and money by combining a swamp tour with a visit to Oak Alley Plantation on this full-day tour from New Orleans. First visit Oak Alley Plantation where a costumed guide shows you around the antebellum...read more
“Some people from our group went to the nearby Laura Plantation as well (2 plantations tour) but I'd say even the Oak Alley Plantation alone is enough if you're planning to explore it in great details... Moreover t...”
“The Laura Plantation was particularly beautiful and enlightening and our driver/guide Steve was a font of knowledge en route to the tours as well.”
Go beyond New Orleans and visit two historic Louisiana sites on the banks of the Mississippi River: Laura Plantation and St. Joseph Plantation. Led by historian guides, each small-group tour includes anecdotes about...read more
“We had a wonderful tour and transportation to Oak Alley Plantation.”
“Tour 5/7/22- Tour guide Jim was a perfect mix of history and fun! Beautiful sites, rich with history and all the natural wonders only Louisiana has to offer.Captain bishop of the swamp boat again offered a great b...”
Experience the wilds of the Louisiana swamp plus hear the fascinating history of a Southern plantation all in one day with this great-value combo tour. Visit Oak Alley Plantation, where you'll learn about antebellum...read more
“Although less glamorous than Laura and Oak Alley, The Whitney Plantation is a living memorial to the millions of men, women, and children sold or born into slavery in America.”
Come visit with us down the historical River Road and see how sugar changed the world,where Cane stalks still grow around the Oak Alley Plantation as they do on nearly every speck of fertile ground as far as the eye...read more