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Tickets for Oak Alley Plantation: Tour from New Orleans

Take a trip through Louisiana's past on a sugarcane plantation

Provider: Gray Line New Orleans

Start time: 12:00
Instant ticket delivery
Smartphone tickets accepted
Duration: 5h
Live guide: English
Start time: 12:00
Duration: 5h
Instant ticket delivery
Live guide: English
Smartphone tickets accepted

What's included

Narrated transportation from New Orleans in a coach
90-minute guided tour of Oak Alley Plantation with an English-speaking guide

What's not included

Hotel pick-up and drop-off
  • Enter the lives of the men, women, and children who were owned and kept on the plantation in the Slavery exhibit
  • Learn the history of Louisiana craftsmen and see how they forged metalwork for plantations in the Blacksmith Shop
  • Explore a giant plantation mansion and get amazing views of the quarter-mile long alley of oak trees

This huge former sugar plantation was built in the 18th century by enslaved men, women, and children. These days, it's designated as a National Historic Landmark, preserving its history.

Explore the mansion and grounds while learning the history of its former residents. Stroll through a scenic alley lined by 28 oak trees. The cypress trees which border the Mississippi River are a spectacular sight, too. And, find out which movies have been shot at 'the most photographed plantation ever'.

  • Show your smartphone ticket at the Gray Line Lighthouse ticket booth in New Orleans
  • The tour starts at 12:00. Make sure to be on time!
Oak Alley Plantation
3645 LA-18, Vacherie, LA, 70090, Vacherie
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  • Cancel until 23:59 the day before you visit and get a full refund. Select a refundable ticket during checkout
  • Rescheduling is not possible for this ticket.

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