New Orleans, LA > Plantation Tours
04/01/2020 ~ 04/07/2020

Small Group Tour of Evergreen & Oak Alley Plantation with Transportation from New Orleans Hotels

 New Orleans, LA
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Explore the two of the most exciting and historic plantations of New Orleans Plantation Country, Oak Alley and Evergreen! Enjoy comfortable transportation as guests are picked up from a hotel in New Orleans. Next, guests make way on a magical journey through the echoes of time. Where guests will travel through native swamp and wetlands with a professional tour guide narrating the entire trip! Learn of the land of the Creoles, plantations, slave revolts, and extravagant social affairs.

Activity Highlights
  • Journey through scenic swamp and wetlands
  • See authentic slave cabins untouched by time
  • Capture amazing imagery sure to dazzle the senses
  • Guided and narrated tour of Oak Alley and Evergreen Plantations
  • Roundtrip transportation

Duration: 6.5 Hrs.

What's Included
  • Guided tours of both Evergreen & Oak Alley Plantations
  • Self guided grounds tours of both plantations.
  • Drive by several other historic plantation homes
  • Roundtrip transportation from a New Orleans hotel
What to bring
  • Camera
  • Comfortable walking shoes and weather appropriate attire
  • No food or open drinks allowed in the bus (water is allowed).
  • The motor-coach is NOT wheelchair accessible and does not have the capacity to store a wheelchair.
  • Pets are not allowed on this tour.
  • Due to the historic nature of these homes, there is no elevator access to the second floors.
  • This tour requires a minimum number of 4 people to go out. If the minimum number is not reached guests will be contacted to reschedule. If guests are unable to reschedule a refund will be issued.
Additional information
  • This tour is available Monday-Saturday.
  • This tour has a maximum capacity of 25 guests.
  • Car seat required for babies and toddlers. We can lend a car seat upon request.
  • Food and beverage are available for purchase at Oak Alley Plantation.
  • Above rates are per person and include all taxes.
  • Rates do not include gratuity to drivers and/or guides.
  • Guests staying out of the pick up area can park at the office located at 2041 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA (small or medium cars can park at no charge).
  • The tour leaves at 8:00am and returns at 2:15pm. Pickups begin at 7:30am.
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 weather is unfavorable and the vendor calls off the tour, the customer may reschedule 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. Bookings made less than 24 hours in advance will not be guaranteed.


New Orleans, LA 70130, USA

Small Group Tour of Evergreen & Oak Alley Plantation with Transportation from New Orleans Hotels

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Tour and knowledge of the bus tour operator were outstanding

about 1 year ago
Pros: good value as most other tours were more expensive. As this tour went to 3 plantations and we booked 2 (Evergreen and Oak Alley), we were able to change our minds on the bus from attending Evergreen and going instead to Lara Plantation as it was raining and Evergreen was a mostly outdoor tour (and on the day of our tour, mostly muddy). Lara and Oak Alley were well worth it. The bus driver/tour guide Jacques was extremely knowlegeable and made the long drive to the plantations very interesting. I was worried about not having any lunch planned (you couldn't eat breakfast or lunch on the bus) but was pleasantly surprised at the variety and quality of food options at the gift shop AND there was a restaurant too. Cons: 1)Car sickness. The bus drive to the plantations made me nauseous. I don't normally get ill on busses (though I do get car sick) but the roads were windy and the windows were fogged. I took Dramamine for the ride back and was fine (plus we took the highway back, not the back roads). 2) Lack of communication on where the bus picked us up was poor! Online and the printed receipt said at our hotel. We called the night before to confirm the exact time and was told we had to be at a DIFFERENT HOTEL as the pick up point. We had to scramble to figure out a way to get to that new hotel. Were told the tour bus left at 8:00 a.m. We arrived at 7:54 a.m. and the driver/tour guide calls us en route to say we were late and made us feel we were holding everybody up! He said he sent a text the night before which at that point we hadn't received. We didn't receive it until 6 pm. that night. We were NOT happy with being made to feel we were at fault when it was miscommunication on their part.
Regina B

Best tour

about 2 years ago
Loved both plantations! Our tour guide at evergreen was awesome!!! Took several tours while I was in town, this one was the best

Great River Road Plantations Tour Review

about 2 years ago
We visited Oak Alley and Evergreen Plantations. The properties were outstanding and our guides were very good...especially Donna at Oak Alley! The tour itself was organized by Old River Road Adventures and Jacque was our tour guide. He was both entertaining and informative. I would HIGHLY recommend this agency and guide! Do yourself a favor when your in New Orleans. Use this tour company and ask for Jacque!
Lance M

Very rushed!

about 1 year ago
We thought the trip was very rushed. Did not have time to have a light lunch at Oak Alley other than grab a sandwich for the road. No time to walk the property and take pictures or enjoy the grounds. Yes, Oak Alley is beautiful but we were very disappointed with the small amount of history explained by the guided also. 2nd leg was Evergreen Plantation. The tour guide Desiree was fabulous. Explained the history of the plantation with much enthusiasm. She was knowledgeable about the history and very entertaining and funny. However, I cannot leave a high rating because there was no public toilet on the property and we had to leave the tour early to catch the van for our return trip. Missed out on touring the slave quarters. We would not use this company again!!!