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New Orleans Pla... > Plantation Tours
04/02/2020 ~ 04/08/2020

Laura

about 6 months ago
Logan was an excellent guide during the tour, he brought back plantation life and helped us imagine how life was back then.
Christine B

Sarah's plantation

about 6 months ago
Very detailed and interesting facts about the history of Louisiana. Kyle was a delight!
Stacy R

Awesome!

about 8 months ago
Our tour was amazing and very informational! Our tour guide Elizabeth ensured we understood the history and important remarks :) will definitely come back
Lissette G

Lovely visit

about 9 months ago
Our Guide was very informative. We really enjoyed the tour!
Julia G

Great tour!

about 9 months ago
Really interesting history and our tour guide Stephan was a great story teller
Mindy B

Creole Alive

about 10 months ago
Micheal brought the creole life and life on Laura alive. Great tour!
Cheryl C

Great guide

about 1 year ago
Kyle was a terrific guide. His knowledge and easy going way made the tour really fun and informative. Also loved his accent.
Rodrick D

Great a most see

about 1 year ago
We had a great time, our tour guide was great and really knew her stuff. Lindle I believe was her name she was awesome and very passionate about the history there and in Louisiana. I had several teenagers with me that did not even want to go but by the end they were happy they did.
Kathryn Singer

Good

about 1 year ago
We enjoyed our time and learned lots of history, thank you for a great time.
Chris V

Kyle is the best tour guide!

about 2 years ago
Finding the plantation on River Road was very easy and there was signs everywhere directing you to the plantation. When you pull into the gravel parking lot it is easy to find a parking space and then enter the gift shop to check in. We went on a day where it was raining on and off, so I would suggest bug spray when you go. Our guide, Kyle was wonderful! Very upbeat, loud (we were in a large group)and made the information interesting to listen to! Our tour started in the basement of the house and then we walked up stairs. Room by room there is much to learn about the owners and family of this plantation. Once outside, we were able to also tour the grounds with our guide and learn about how the slaves were treated and where they lived. Learning about the lineage of the slaves and the women that ran this plantation was the most fascinating aspects for me personally. An added bonus was finding out that "Briar Rabbit" was written there! Thank you so much to Kyle for sharing his knowledge. This is a wonderful stop on Old River Road!