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New Orleans: Oak Alley Plantation Half-Day Tour

1. New Orleans: Oak Alley Plantation Half-Day Tour

Embark on a half-day tour to the Oak Alley Plantation from New Orleans. Pass under the alley of 250-year-old Oak trees and uncover the history of the Old South on a guided tour of the plantation. Oak Alley is one of the most photographed plantations; it has been the setting for motion pictures such as “Interview with a Vampire" and “Primary Colors.” This visit is a fantastic educational tour to experience with friends or family. After exploring the plantation, treat yourself to a refreshing snack at the on-site café and ice cream parlor. End your tour whilst enjoying the views of live oak trees stretching from the mansion to the gently flowing Mississippi River.

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4.4 / 5

based on 92 reviews

Got to the ticket booth in French Quarter to exchange voucher for the boarding ticket and realized I had made a mistake on the date and had missed my actual tour and they let me go anyway without any problem. I was very delighted. Everything was on time and just as expected.

This was an excellent experience being able to go inside the big house and seeing where the slaves lived. It was actually heartbreaking for me to learn about what the slaves had to go through. I recommend going here to learn about the true history of the south.

It is a very interesting, educational visit, it recalls.the.times.of.production.with.slaves, the plantation is wonderful, the organization very serious

Breathtakingly beautiful! The tour through the house was very respectful to the enslaved people that built it. The mint julep was very refreshing

Nice informative bus driver. Took us on a different route than going to Oak Alley Plantation & showed us some more plantation estates.