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Double Plantation Tour in New Orleans

By: Gray Line
Highlights
  • Combine two New Orleans plantation tours in one day 
  • Learn plantation history and stories of those who lived there from a guide
  • Choose from a list of three plantations—Oak Alley, Laura, and Whitney
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Double Plantation Tour in New Orleans
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Tour of Oak Alley & Whitney Plantations
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Oak Alley & Laura Plantation
Tour of Oak Alley & Laura Plantations
US$88.00
Whitney & Laura Plantations
Tour of Whitney & Laura Plantations
US$88.00
Overview
Learn US history on a guided tour of several New Orleans plantations, including Oak Alley Plantation, Laura Plantation, and Whitney Plantation. During this New Orleans plantation tour combo, pick two plantations to visit and walk the grounds with a guide who can fill you in on the dark history of the time. There’s no need to rent a car as transportation to and from central New Orleans is included.
What to Expect
For this New Orleans plantation tour, meet at the lighthouse at the Steamboat Natchez dock on Toulouse Street near the Mississippi River.

Once you board your comfortable coach bus, ride to the first plantation you selected. During booking, you pick two plantations from a list of three: Oak Alley Plantation, Laura Plantation, and Whitney Plantation.

Your guide tells you the history of each plantation, and shares stories about some of the people who lived on them.

Your plantation tour in New Orleans drops you back at the original meeting point when it ends.
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Great trip outside the city.

After spending two hot days walking around New Orleans, I went off by myself to visit Laura and Oak Alley. Dionne was the fabulous guide for Gray Lines who imparted tons of information during the drive - answering every question. I liked Laura plantation better...More

1  Thank Christy H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Whitney and Oak Alley with Jude

Our driver/guide Jude was the star of this tour (actually, he was five stars!). He gave THE most interesting and entertaining commentary on New Orleans and its people, as well as providing an insight into Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath. We could have listened to...More

1  Thank Survey54
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Whitney and Laura Plantations

This Gray Line tour was definitely worth the time and money. At Whitney, we were fortunate to have a distinguished historian and academic director of the Whitney Heritage Plantation Corporation - the non-profit that runs this site- Ibrahim Seck as our guide. He was amazing....More

Thank Culture812747
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Whitney and Oak Alley Plantation Tours

We did the Whitney and Oak Alley Plantations, both had beautiful grounds. But Whitney Plantation stood out most to me, our guide Yvonne's narratives were outstanding!! She was a wealth of history and made the tour worth while. Keeping focus on why we took the...More

1  Thank lavelledixon
Reviewed 15 August 2018
Good but not great!

Laura Plantation was great, real stories of the family that ran it including the 4 generations of women. Real stories of life for the slaves as well. Very interesting, not the grandest of plantations but the history was spot on. Oak Alley was what drew...More

Thank Lee S
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Kisha C
9 August 2018|
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Response from tuhts | Reviewed this property |
no. the tour doesn't return to new orleans until 4pm or so. you might consider the free tour around the square in the french quarter, which is interesting for the history and architecture. it's in the morning and... More
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miller6457
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Response from Christina D | Reviewed this property |
With traveling and the tours it takes about 4 hours
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Sharon S
23 July 2018|
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Response from jmariec240 | Reviewed this property |
We had a bus pick us up at our hotel on Esplanade.
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