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Plantation Tours near New Orleans

Step back in time and experience the rich tapestry of Louisiana’s past with New Orleans plantation tours. These historic sites, each with their own unique stories and significance, offer a glimpse into the South’s antebellum era, revealing its grandeur, challenges, and undeniable impact on American history.

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Oak Alley Plantation

A visit to Oak Alley plantation is a immersive journey into antebellum South. This iconic estate shares its evolution overtime, from a mere land grant on a map to its time as a working sugarcane plantation and to the creation of the nonprofit that owns and operates site. Visitors are invited to explore all facets of this National Historic Landmark through interpretive exhibits including the Slavery at Oak Alley, the “Big House”, the East & West Gardens, and various other exhibits and points of interest.

Other Planation Tours near New Orleans

Laura Plantation

A sugarcane plantation built in 1805, 12 standing buildings on the National Register.

Houmas House Plantation

An 1840 Greek Revival mansion, surrounded by colorful and romantic gardens.

St. Joseph Plantation

A Louisiana Sugar Cane Plantation. Take a walk through time as you enjoy a fascinating glimpse into the lives of the many interesting people who have called this plantation “Home.”

Nottoway Plantation

Greek Revival architecture, completed in 1859, stands overlooking the Mississippi River.

Destrehan Plantation

The oldest documented plantation home in the lower Mississippi Valley.

Whitney Plantation

Through museum exhibits, memorial artwork, restored buildings and hundreds of first-person slave narratives, visitors to will gain a unique perspective on the lives of Louisiana’s enslaved people.
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