Oak Alley & Whitney Plantation Combo Tour From New Orleans

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LANDMARK TOUR: Historic Landmarks Oak Alley & Whitney COMBO Plus Ride From NOLA. Use Coupon Code CMBO15 for 5% OFF

Step back in time to two New Orleans’ most famous plantations: Oak Alley & Whitney. Explore Oak Alley Plantation, with its picturesque alley of live oak trees, and Whitney Plantation, a memorial to the slave labor of the American south.

Hear the fascinating stories behind these historic landmarks. During the scenic drive out to the plantations, your certified tour guide will provide commentary on major landmarks and the changing Louisiana landscape, from downtown New Orleans, to the swamps and waterways, and through the vast crops and fields unique to this part of the country.

“Grande Dame” of the Louisiana River Road plantations, Oak Alley gets its name from the spectacular quarter mile alley of 28 oak trees that frame the driveway as you approach. Built in 1839 and facing the Mississippi River, the magnificent entrance to Oak Alley Plantation makes it a “Must See” destination on everyone’s list of historic Louisiana sites. Oak Alley Plantation has been featured in a number of movies and TV series, including the movie “Interview with a Vampire,” and Beyonce’s “Deja Vu” music video.

Whitney Plantation stands out from other attractions by truly paying homage to the slaves responsible for its rise and dates back to the early 1700’s. Learn about plantation life from the perspective of slaves through museum exhibits and first-person narratives. Walk in the footsteps of those who lived and toiled here as you visit preserved slave cabins and the Creole 'Big House'.

Visit a number of memorials which dot the grounds, including a series of angled granite walls engraved with the names of the 107,000 slaves who spent their lives in Louisiana before 1820.

Activity Highlights
→ 6.5 hour excursion with narrated commentary at Oak Alley and Whitney Plantation
→ Round trip transportation included
→ Historical and educational tour of Oak Alley and Whitney Plantation
→ Fascinating true-life stories of the plantation owners and workers
→ View plantation slave quarters

Booking Details:

Once you have purchased your voucher online, be prepared to show it from your mobile device upon boarding the bus. You must show the driver in order to board the bus. Customers must have their confirmation number and identification available upon pickup. Time selected upon booking is the pick up starting time. It is best to confirm the tour time prior to departure.

Departure Details
Tours depart daily year round on most days. Pickup is available from most New Orleans hotels. Please call to confirm your hotel location prior to departure.

Duration: Approx. 6.5 Hours

● Taxes
● Hotel Pick Up and Drop Off at select hotels
● Admission to Oak Alley and Whitney Plantations
● Guided tour of both plantation homes
● Narrated transportation

● Gratuities (optional)
● Food and beverages

Additional Information
● Due to the historic nature of the plantations, access to the second floors (the main living quarters), is by stairs only. Walking the grounds is an integral part of this experience.
● The length of this tour includes travel time.
● There are set pick up windows for each tour departure time, which last 30 minutes each. We ask that the guest be ready and on the lookout for the bus to arrive at the start of the pickup window, as we will not know beforehand which guest will be picked up at the start or end of the window.
● Departure time selected is the start of the pick up window.
● Children 3 and under are complimentary. Please select infant ticket for them to be accounted for.
● Schedule and availability are subject to change. Call the number provided on your booking voucher to confirm schedule at least 48 hours prior to departure.
● Lunch is not provided on this tour however, you may purchase "grab & go" options in the Cafe' at Oak Alley Plantation.

Cancellation Policy
Customers may cancel at least 48 hours prior to their arrival date to receive a full refund minus a $5 service fee. Customers that cancel after the 48 hour period will not be eligible for a refund. If the guide calls off the tour due to weather, the tour may be rescheduled for a later time/date or a full refund will be issued. Customer may make changes to the reservation without any fees as long as it's outside the 48 hour cancellation period. No-shows will not be refunded.
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