Laura and Oak Alley Plantation Combo Admission

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Combine the top two plantation tours New Orleans has to offer, with these wonderful plantations that are less than an hour away from the French Quarter. Take the day and be transported back, listening to stories of Louisiana's past.

Begin by heading over to The Laura Plantation a tour stems beyond the myths of the American South and walks in the footsteps of the generations of a real Louisiana Creole family, both free and enslaved. Enchant yourself in a story told by knowledgeable, passionate guides about REAL people, free and enslaved, and how they REALLY lived on this 1800’s sugar plantation. The ever-evolving story transports you beyond the myths of the American South into the lost world of Louisiana Créoles.
Next, travel up the old River Road to Oak Alley a powerful testimony to the rich history of the antebellum south, Oak Alley invites visitors to explore all facets of her plantation past with a full plantation experience. The Slavery at Oak Alley exhibit, Civil War exhibit, and Big House offer an experience as compelling as the plantation’s 25 historic acres and 300 year old alley of oaks. No other visual experience in America better exemplifies the “Old South” than this spectacular quarter mile of live oaks, circa 1839.



Activity Highlights
→ Experience both plantations the way they were frozen in time
→ Hear about the fascinating stories of the homes and their histories
→ Drive yourself and take in each plantation at your own pace
→ Lunch is provided at Oak Ally for purchase
→ Children 5 & under are free of charge

Check out our directions to the plantations from New Orleans

Booking Details:

Once you purchase the tickets online, print off the voucher or show the confirmation details from your mobile device for entry. Please have a valid ID with you to confirm your order if needed.

Departure Details
Customers will receive a voucher granting entry into the plantations. Please see above links for map and directions to plantations. Plantations open between 9-10AM and tours start shortly thereafter running throughout the day until the plantations close between 4-5PM.

Duration
Varies

Parking
Public parking is available at each plantation.

Inclusions
● Ticket for entry
● Narrated tour at each plantation

Exclusions
● Gratuities (optional)
● Transportation not provived
● Food & Beverage (optional)

Restrictions
● Due to the historic nature of the plantations, access to the second floor is by stairs only. No photography is allowed inside Oak Alley plantation home.

Additional Information
● Allow at least 6.5 hours for tours and driving time.
● Lunch is available at Oak Alley for an additional charge.
● Children 5 & under are free of charge.
● Rates are per person and include all taxes. Rates do not include gratuity to guides.

Cancellation Policy
No refunds will be given on the voucher unless plantations are closed. If for some reason the plantations are closed for a special event or act of god, please call us at 850-424-5125. Transportation is not provided for this tour so please be sure you have transportation before booking.
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  • Daniel Brigham Canada about 3 months ago

    Laura and Oak Alley Plantation Tours

    The tours were wonderful, our guide was knowledgeable and entertaining. Oak Alley was nice but i really enjoyed the Laura plantation. The great stories of the Slaves coming out through the aggression. Great tour, i would highly recommend the tours to anyone whos is visiting or just passing through.

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  • Donny USA about 3 months ago

    1st visit

    Very enjoyable and informative.

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  • Margaret USA about 3 months ago

    Better price

    We had a brochure that charged $92 per person for both tours. Admission to each of the tours were $25 per person We were able to book on tripshock.com and got the best price admission for 2, $88 for both tours (driving ourselves). So worth it!! Fantastic tours rich with history!!

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  • Louis Slade USA about 4 months ago

    Laura & Oak Alley plantations

    My wife & I thoroughly enjoyed both plantation tours. We also immensely enjoyed our overnight stay in a cabin at Oak Alley

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  • Shannon Monson USA about 4 months ago

    Great tours!

    We really enjoyed our tours of the Laura plantation and Oak Alley. Our guides were very informative. Our guide, Renée at the Laura plantation was wonderful. She was so personable and just made the tour very interesting. She just gave us a little lagniappe with her pleasant demeanor and providing interesting Creole facts. We loved it!

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  • James Barton USA about 4 months ago

    Laura house and oak alley tour

    Great time and great tours. Very knowledgeable tour guides. Laura house is quite different than it was 18 years ago when we first toured it. Gotten a bit more commercial. Not quite as original as it was back then.

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  • Larrye Heyl USA about 5 months ago

    Oak alley and Laura plantations

    These two plantations are very different and give a great view of what life was like along the Mississippi River during the Civil war era. Both are a must visit.

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  • Garry Canada about 5 months ago

    Not to be missed especially if you love your history

    We decided to take in both Oak Alley and Laura Plantations, and I selected them to see the contrast between a Creole plantation vs a plantation where the owner comes from European stock, money, and breeding. Huge discrepancy and difference when you see and learn about the mansions and families that built them. But when you get to the slave cabins you quickly see there is very little difference in their living conditions. However, regardless of the plantation ownership, treatment of the slaves can vary widely depending on the owner's attitude, upbringing, the plantation's success, and numerous other factors. Provides a much clearer understanding of the horrors of slavery during that time in U.S. history up to 1865. ... read more

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  • Paul USA about 5 months ago

    2 out of 3 must see plantations

    The plantations are must- see if visiting NOLA and/or River Road. Oak Alley has stunning grounds and the Laura has an extremely informative tour that focuses on the Creole culture and history of the plantation owner. This offers package offers a discount on the entrance tickets were they purchased separately. Only way to improve things is to add on the Whitney, which focuses on the slave experience, in order to get a full picture of the history.

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  • Kim Charlebois Canada about 5 months ago

    Tour of Mansion

    Guide was knowledgeable of the history of the Plantation.

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