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LA, New Orleans > Plantation Tours
04/21/2019 ~ 04/27/2019
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Excellent
about 5 months ago
Excellent tour very knowledgeable of history
John P
Excellent
about 5 months ago
Excellent tour very knowledgeable of history
John P
Mrs
about 8 months ago
Beautiful place, very interesting. Recommend to see
Krystyna
Oak Alley is Great Tour.
about 9 months ago
Really great, knowledgeable tour guide/driver. Beautiful plantation with gorgeous trees and interesting.history. Restaurant and gift shop near plantation. Golf carts available for those with limited mobility.
Melody
Oak Alley
about 9 months ago
It was a lovely tour and beautiful grounds. The history of it was sad but a must see.
Adriana W
Excellent
about 27 days ago
Margaret Swiech
Fine
about 5 months ago
Had been led to believe that there was wheelchair service with Grayline for this trip based on chat with Tripshock service rep. Also called Grayline directly and told the same. Was not the case. My husband had to climb steps into the bus--extremely difficult for him. I applaud the bus driver for all his help in getting him on the bus despite this and off back in his wheelchair so that we could take the tour. I would rate higher if it weren't for this. Very stressful.
Catherine D
Excellent
about 5 months ago
Craig M
Plantation Tour updated and corrected.
about 9 months ago
The tour at Oak Alley has significantly improved. It now looks at all the residents of the plantation. The last time I came slaves or slavery were not mentioned. Now they have built 8 slave cabins with lots of information and replicas. The house tour includes information about the slaves.
Katherine K
Worth the trip
about 10 months ago
The tour is worth it. Beautiful area, lots of history and you are able to do it at your own pace. Our guide was really nice and knowledgeable.
Sarah N
Oak Alley
about 11 months ago
Oak Alley Plantation was really cool! Super old house with a lot going on! Tour guides are very knowledgeable! The trees lining the walk way are magnificent! About 400 years old! They have slave houses set up like they used to be. Definitely a must see!
Kacie W