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Guided Oak Alley Plantation Tour with Transportation from New Orleans Hotels

 New Orleans, LA
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Enjoy sweeping landscapes and extraordinary architecture at Oak Alley Plantation! One of the most incredible plantations near New Orleans dating back to 1837. Witness the iconic 28 evenly spaced centuries-old oak trees leading up to the plantation's "Big House"! There's time to enjoy a delicious meal, while guests are at it, visit the old blacksmith shop, and pay tribute to those who slaved to build the plantation into a sugar superpower by visiting the "Slavery at Oak Alley" exhibit.

Activity Highlights
  • 6-hour round trip guided tour from NOLA to Oak Alley Plantation
  • Explore the blacksmith shop, Civil War exhibit and Sugarcane Theater
  • Authentic Creole cuisine sit down restaurant and cafe' on site
  • Round trip transportation from most hotels in & around the French Quarter

Duration: 6 Hrs.

What's Included
  • Round trip Transportation
  • Guided tour of Oak Alley Plantation
What to bring
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Weather appropriate clothing
  • Sun protection: sunscreen, sunglasses, hat
  • Camera
Additional information
  • Wear clothes to match the conditions of the day.
  • The length of this tour includes travel time.
  • Walking the grounds of the plantation is an integral part of this experience.
  • Grounds may be wet from recent rains.
  • Due to the historic nature of the home, access to the second floor is by stairs only.
  • Transportation for this tour is not handicapped accessible.
  • Pets are not allowed on this tour.
  • Although not required, it is appreciated and encouraged to tip the tour guide.
Location

9706 Barataria Blvd, Marrero, LA 70072, USA

Guided Oak Alley Plantation Tour with Transportation from New Orleans Hotels

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Verified Traveler Reviews

Great tour

about 2 years ago
We really enjoyed the tour. Very knowledgeable driver, funny and entertaining. The information given at the plantation was an eye opener and very emotional.
Monica

Oak alley

about 2 years ago
Booking the trip through tripshock was easy, convenient, and allowed us to save money off the price of the excursion. The driver - Brian - was great. We were picked up and dropped off on time. The tour itself was really informative. However, our group was combined with additional people once we arrived at the plantation, so about 30 of us toured the plantation together, and that made hearing the tour guide challenging at times. The guide would often start speaking before everyone could filter into room that she was describing. The guide was a great source if information - it just was logistically difficult to hear all of the info provided. We specifically chose a shorter tour (ie one plantation, half day), but in hindsight, we wish we would have had a bit more time to tour the grounds. Oak alley, or any plantation tour, is definitely an experience I would recommend. And I would definitely book through tripshock again as the price savings and good customer service were worth it!
Charlene

From the North

about 2 years ago
Enjoyed the big house and would love to see more about the slaves
Kaylah