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Double Plantation Tour - Whitney & Oak Alley Plantations From New Orleans

Double Plantation Tour - Whitney & Oak Alley Plantations From New Orleans

 

Take a break from the bustle of New Orleans to see two amazing historical slave memorial plantations: Whitney Plantation and Oak Alley Plantation

7.25 Hrs
  • Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
  • Free Cancellation

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Includes guided tour of two plantation homes and narrated transportation. So as to have ample time to tour the plantation homes and grounds, we suggest you bring dry snacks/food to consume on the bus ride. Only dry snacks/foods and beverages with tops are allowed on the vehicles. Coolers or meals are not allowed. Snacks and beverages are available for purchase at each plantation; Oak Alley has a café.

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Double Plantation Tour - Whitney & Oak Alley Plantations From New Orleans


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This tour combines the Whitney & Oak Alley Plantations:

Whitney Plantation – Opened to the public for the first time in 262 years, it is the only plantation museum in Louisiana with a focus on slavery. Through museum exhibits, memorial artwork, restored buildings and hundreds of first-person slave narratives, Whitney serves as a site of memory and consciousness that pays homage to all slaves who lived and died here, as well as those who lived elsewhere in the United States.

Oak Alley Plantation – Oak Ally, the Grand Dame of the River Road, is Louisiana’s most photographed plantation, showcasing beautiful Greek revival architecture. See a plantation that once played hosts to a Civil War encampment. Stroll the magnificent alley of 300-year-old live oak trees to the Mississippi River.
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a Gray Line customer
Jan 29 2020
Midge was a fantastic tour guide during our trip to and from the plantations. Alton is a wonderful driver. We felt completely safe during our travels. The plantations (Whitney & Oak) are beautiful and have lots of history to explore. The restaurant @ Oak Alley is delicious. I would definitely recommend this tour with this company. Thank you!!!
a Gray Line customer
Jan 07 2020
Great tours, just could have used more time at Oak Alley
a Gray Line customer
Jan 06 2020
Nancy our tour great was great lots of local knowledge
Karen Hoffman
Nov 13 2019
Excellent tour guide; very informative!
Lloyd Poole
Oct 03 2019
The guide was well informed and spoke well
a Gray Line customer
Jul 17 2018
The actual tours of Whitney and Oak Alley were of a very high quality. The tour guide on the bus, Elisabeth?, was not good. She claimed to have a large amount of history knowledge and to have a passion for it. However, she mostly just said that, made bad jokes, and constantly said "I kid you not". She would be better if she was a bit more serious about presenting the information and going more in depth. I'm not asking for a lecture but to talk perhaps less but focused on presenting an interesting but serious story. Also, on the way back she talked too much. It has been a long double tour. Many people just wanted a rest and she would talk for long periods but with very little content.
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