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01/27/2021 ~ 02/01/2021

Oak Alley & Whitney Plantation Combo Admission & Guided Tour with Transportation from New Orleans

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

Visit Louisiana's most popular plantation homes for an eye-opening look into the Antebellum South. Soak up the narrated history briefing as you travel comfortably by bus into the Cajun countryside. Tour Oak Alley Plantation, the most picturesque and widely visited plantation, known for its quarter mile alley of live oak trees facing the Mississippi River. Further down the river, the contrasting Whitney Plantation tells history from the slave's perspective, with a guided tour of the 1790's owners house, slave cabins, freedman's church, and memorials throughout. Receive guided tours and tour guides at each site, in addition to free time to explore the on-site gardens, historical exhibits and gift shops. If you are looking for a well balanced plantation history tour, look no further.​

Activity Highlights
  • Day excursion to Oak Alley and Whitney Plantation
  • Visit two of the most talked about plantations in south Louisiana
  • Hear the true stories of both plantation owners and the enslaved people
  • Narrated round-trip transportation included from downtown NOLA

Masks are to be worn at all times during the tour

Duration: 6.5 Hrs.

What's Included
  • Hotel Pick Up and Drop Off at select hotels in downtown New Orleans
  • Admission to Oak Alley and Whitney Plantations
  • Guided tour of both plantation homes
  • Narrated roundtrip transportation included
What to bring
  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Weather appropriate clothing
  • Sun Protection: hats, sunglasses, sunscreen
  • Umbrella and poncho in case of rain
  • Camera
  • Photography is prohibited inside of both plantation homes but allowed outside.
  • Self-guided tours of both plantations are prohibited.
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 plantation grounds may be wet from recent rains.
  • There is a moderate amount of walking involved in this activity.
  • A gift shop, quick service restaurant, and cocktail bar is located on-site at Oak Alley Restaurant.
  • The length of this tour includes travel time to and from downtown New Orleans.
  • Children 3 and under are complimentary. Please select infant ticket for them to be accounted for.
  • Schedule and availability are subject to change.
  • Lunch is not provided on this tour however, guests may purchase "grab & go" options in the Cafe' at Oak Alley Plantation.
  • Although not required, it is appreciated and encouraged to tip the tour guide.

Pickup locations include:

  • Roosevelt Hotel- 123 Baronne St. (corner of Canal St.)
  • Holiday Inn Downtown Superdome- 330 Loyola Ave. (corner of Gravier St.)
  • French Quarter Suites- 1101 N. Rampart St.
  • Homewood Suites French Quarter- 317 N. Rampart St. (corner of Bienville St.)
  • Embassy Suites- 315 Julia St. (corner of Tchoupitoulas St.)
  • DoubleTree Hotel- 300 Canal St. (corner of Tchoupitoulas St.)
  • Avenue Plaza Hotel- 2111 St. Charles Ave.

55345 US-90, Slidell, LA 70461, USA

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Oak Alley & Whitney Plantation Combo Admission & Guided Tour with Transportation from New Orleans

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Plantation Tour

about 2 years ago
Eye Opener to all the info Best history lesson every!
Brad P

Oak Alley and Whitney plantation tours

about 2 years ago
Great docents! Wonderful tours!
Carole B

Whitney & Oak Alley

about 2 years ago
Very disappointed due to the fact we had to spend most of our time allocated at the Whitney plantation and had next to no time at Oak Alley... Your company should’ve made the tour person aware that because of a wreck on the highway that we were short on time, very poor customer service management...
Sharon Jackson

Incredible history lesson and beautiful plantations.

about 2 years ago
The tour guides were excellent especially our guide from Whitney - he was from Senegal. Great tour all round!