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Oak Alley Plantation

Oak Alley Plantation

History Museum, Monument, and Cajun and Creole Restaurant
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    Holly N.
    "The Mint Juleps are to die for!"(6 Tips)
    "Quarters where they kept slaves and the history."(5 Tips)
    "Friendly staff, great tour, a lot of history, a BEAUTIFUL location."(29 Tips)
    Dave J.
    "Great tour, we took the history of slavery tour as well."(2 Tips)
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  • Wassel M.heart icon on user image
    Wassel MJanuary 15, 2018
    BRING A CAMERA! The view is the real treat. U will also get to see the disparity between the life of a slave and a slave owner. don’t expect to get a lot of info from the tour tho, it feels scripted
  • Tanya W.
    Tanya WilliamsApril 7, 2014
    It's cute that the people giving the tours are dressed up. The mansion is nice inside but the real treat is the view of the Oak trees leading to the house. You can drive around and see that for free.
  • Crystal S.
    Crystal SorrowSeptember 28, 2013
    Been here 10+ times
    As a local I'm here often. I'm known by a few of the tour guides. Needless to say I love the history. The tour and the grounds. I can never have enough pics of the grounds. Aim for the interesting!
  • Renee T.heart icon on user image
    Renee TAugust 28, 2015
    Don't do an all day tour - it gets repetitive. A ways out of town you ride in a van to get there. Just do one or two of the big plantations and you'll get the history and it will be super cool.
  • Colin L.heart icon on user image
    Colin LeeJanuary 4, 2016
    Oak valley trees are very lovely. Place for very nice pictures. The Tours are packed one after the other, so it feels rushed. it also feels more scripted than the tours at Laura plantation
  • Rick D.heart icon on user image
    Rick DoesburgAugust 28, 2016
    Very nice tour with employees dressed in classic attire. Very friendly and genuinely care about the history of the place. Entry is around $20.
  • Jason H.heart icon on user image
    Jason H.April 2, 2019
    Beautiful grounds to take pictures in and interesting history. The tour guide sounds incredibly scripted - and is not the greatest actor so.... the tour part is a little painful
  • Zachary O.
    Zachary OttingerAugust 1, 2013
    Gorgeous and worth the trip! If they didn't talk about slavery before, they certainly do now. In fact, our guide reiterated the fact that this entire place was built on the back of slaves many times.
  • Jo F.heart icon on user image
    Jo FreiAugust 18, 2017
    Stunning place but wear bug repellant!! Stayed in one of the cottages and we were thrilled but we got bitten to hell by mosquitos when walking around the grounds. Food was exceptional.
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    UMDAlumniAssociationMarch 14, 2014
    Day 3 of Antebellum South: Touring the historic plantation and its beautiful grounds under the natural wonder of 300-year-old oak trees while learning about the history of this Southern estate.
  • Stephen H.heart icon on user image
    Stephen HNovember 4, 2014
    Do the tour as it's fascinating. Nice to see them highlight the human cost of the slavery used to build the plantation in the exhibits, rather than just brush it aside.
  • Alana C.heart icon on user image
    Alana CadizDecember 7, 2014
    Really good tour. And really good mint julep, post-tour. Can't wait to come back
  • Denetteheart icon on user image
    DenetteSeptember 28, 2015
    This is a sweeping gone with the wind style plantation. Gorgeous trees and grounds. Quarters where they kept slaves and the history.
  • JAbbsheart icon on user image
    JAbbsMay 7, 2014
    Friendly staff, great tour, a lot of history, a BEAUTIFUL location. Spend a few hours here, it's fantastic.
  • Jason 😜Izzy🎶 S.
    Worth a day trip out to this to see a great plantation with people in period dress and tours
  • Lea H.
    Lea HMay 18, 2018
    Beautiful so beautiful. Great tour. Don't just tour the house make sure to check out the slave quarters. AAA discount.
  • Gary D.heart icon on user image
    Gary DauphinSeptember 2, 2012
    Oak Alley Plantation is now open! Power is restored, the grounds are cleaned up, and Oak Alley Plantation is 100% open for fun! Beginning Monday, we open for our regular business hours, 9am to 5pm.
  • Gary D.heart icon on user image
    Gary DauphinNovember 6, 2012
    Recommend that if you come by car, try to arrive early. Hours between 9am to 10:30am are peaceful, with only a modest number of visitors, often by yourself.
  • Trina Beana
    Trina BeanaJanuary 27, 2014
    Believed to be haunted by Louise Roman the daughter of the man who had the home built in the 1830's. She is dressed all in black and can be seen in the master bedroom or the widow's walk.
  • Matthew G.heart icon on user image
    Matthew GoldsmithMarch 26, 2019
    Superb - great stay and fascinating history. Food is excellent.
  • Maraheart icon on user image
    MaraSeptember 11, 2017
    The most beautiful house plantation by far! A must see!!!
  • Anne M.
    Anne MerazOctober 27, 2018
    Beautiful place. Went on a tour and not enough time spent there. Need about 2 hours plans some time to sit and have lunch.
  • Ricardo H.heart icon on user image
    Ricardo HernandezApril 2, 2016
    Best plantation-museum in the area. If you have to pick one, this is the one to visit.
  • 🌺Laura H.heart icon on user image
    This place is beautiful and definitely worth seeing. The tours are great and worth doing.
  • Leah W.
    Leah WeinsteinJuly 6, 2012
    Beautiful, but the tour is kind of insulting. No real history unless you are super interested in how to make feather mattresses or run dinner parties. Didn't even say the word slavery.Very sanitized.
  • Constantin W.heart icon on user image
    Constantin WApril 5, 2019
    Also interesting on a rainy day, although they need to figure out a way to drain the walkways!
  • Gary D.heart icon on user image
    Gary DauphinSeptember 2, 2012
    Oak Alley Plantation is now open! Power is restored, the grounds are cleaned up, and Oak Alley Plantation is 100% open for fun!
  • Dave J.heart icon on user image
    Dave JonesAugust 21, 2015
    Great tour, we took the history of slavery tour as well. Very knowledgeable guide.
  • Gary D.
    Gary DauphinFebruary 7, 2012
    Been here 100+ times
    Oak Alley Plantation Restaurant Chef's Lunch Special for Tuesday & Wednesday is Sicilian Style Pork Chops! Yuuumm!!!!
  • Oak Alley Plantation
    If you are interested in learning more about our history, please check out this video!
  • Holly N.
    Holly NorrisSeptember 8, 2012
    So beautiful. The Mint Juleps are to die for!
  • Melinda N.heart icon on user image
    Melinda NallJuly 16, 2016
    The best plantation, great food, nice staff!! Worth it!
  • Connie R.
    Connie RuheMarch 1, 2012
    The grounds are beautiful! Plenty to see without getting a ticket.
  • Sharon D.heart icon on user image
    Sharon DorricottJanuary 5, 2016
    Excellent tour with very knowledgeable staff
  • Brett E.
    Brett ElliottJune 20, 2021
    Beautiful even on a rainy day.
  • Sirus O.heart icon on user image
    Sirus OrndoffFebruary 12, 2015
    This is the classic plantation experience you see on tv and the movies.
  • Charnette B.heart icon on user image
    Charnette BanckNovember 10, 2018
    No words can describe this plantation - must see!
  • Daniela D.
    Daniela DBSeptember 28, 2014
    Gorgeous you seriously have to see this place and take a ton of pics
  • Dana N.
    Dana NewsomeOctober 14, 2010
    If you have time, eat in the restaurant..get the daily special for amazing home cooking! Avoid the gift shop - WAY over priced.
  • Julie K.
    Julie KaneJuly 4, 2011
    Thought I could easily get the "courter's candles" elsewhere in gift shops on Royal Street but no luck! Pick them up here if you're interested.... Read more
  • Kari O.heart icon on user image
    Kari OsborneSeptember 17, 2015
    The tour was great. Lots to see.
  • Roy C.
    Roy ChauvinMarch 26, 2011
    On your next visit, take time to enjoy the restaurant and sample some plantation cooking.
  • Victoria B.
    Victoria BergJune 2, 2014
    Most plantations are tour only... And cost around $20
  • Ali G.
    Ali GokceSeptember 23, 2014
    Don't miss the 2 classic Ford Model A 's in the garage...
  • Ron P.heart icon on user image
    Ron PetersonApril 20, 2016
    Mint Julep before, during and after!
  • Pascal R.
    Pascal RavesteijnOctober 18, 2011
    A beautiful Southern Plantation which is used as location for movies and tv series
  • KT
    KTFebruary 2, 2015
    Altj is the best
  • Maggie B.
    Maggie BaileyNovember 10, 2013
    Get your mint julep before the tour and end it drunk.
  • NOLA Nites Concierge | Meloney Smith
    We love stepping back in time on a Plantation country day trip
  • Zo-Ee C.
    Zo-Ee CheeMarch 13, 2012
    If the place looks familiar, its where Brad Pitt's character, Louis, starts out in "Interview with a Vampire."
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