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Oak Alley Plantation Tour by JamesDeMers
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Oak Alley Plantation Tour

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WHY YOU SHOULD GO

Feel the gentle breeze of Southern hospitality on a tour that takes you back to the glory of the Old South!

Highlights

  • View the amazing alley of 250-year-old oak trees
  • Walk through history
  • Professional licensed tour guide

Inclusions

  • Guided tour of plantation home
  • Narrated motorcoach transportation

Exclusions

  • Food and beverages
  • Optional gratuities

Please Note

  • Due to the historic nature of the plantation, access to the second floor is by stairs only
  • No photography is allowed inside the plantation home

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Sep 25 2018
Again, the time spent at the location was rushed. There is quite a bit to see and you aren’t given enough time to see, do, stroll, and then make it back to the gift shop for purchases. More time is needed!!!
Jul 29 2018
The coach driver Jude was absolutely worth the every penny. He has thorough knowledge of everything you need/want to know along the was and does it with a lively/vivacious attitude. It made the tour that much more worth it being with someone who truly knows what they are doing and clearly enjoys their job (actually his retirement :)
Jul 23 2018
Incredible Oak Alley tour. Informative, eye-opening, and heavy. 100% recommend this tour for anyone traveling down South.
Jul 19 2018
The Oak Line Plantation tour was definitely a great choice to see the plantations in New Orleans! I enjoyed the large exhibits as well as the tour of the Big House :)
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ITINERARY

Feel the gentle breeze of Southern hospitality on a tour that takes you back to the glory of the Old South!

Experience a bygone era in one of the South’s most beautiful settings - Oak Alley Plantation, built in 1839. Marvel at the unbelievable view of a quarter-mile long alley of 28 magnificent Oak trees, each over 250 years old. Perhaps the most photographed plantation ever, Oak Alley has been the setting for such motion pictures as "Interview with a Vampire", "Primary Colors" and the wedding of Bo and Hope from the daytime soap opera, "Days of our Lives". Your guided tour will reveal the fascinating stories of the home and its history. View the Majestic Cypress Trees in Louisiana’s swamps bordering the Mississippi River.

You may purchase a snack, salad or sandwich in the Café & Ice Cream Parlor to enjoy at the picnic tables or aboard the coach (cost is not included in tour price).

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