Embark on a 5.5 hours round trip to one of three Plantation Country locations. Self - Guided Audio Whitney Museum Plantation: Gain a fresh understanding of the conditions of enslaved individuals on a Louisiana sugar plantation in this immersive 90-minute walking tour, guided by the authentic oral histories recorded by the Federal Writers Project during the Depression. Laura Creole Plantation: Experience the top-rated History Tour in the United States. The tour encompasses The Maison Principale (Big House). Oak Alley Antebellum Plantation: Venture into Louisiana’s most photographed plantation. Built in 1839 and originally named Bon Séjour, the property is renowned for the quarter-mile avenue of 28 substantial, live oaks leading to the house, which earned it the name Oak Alley.
- Hotel pickup and drop-off included
- Experienced driver/guide provided
- Food and drinks
- Laura Plantation: Louisiana’s Créole Heritage Site - Laura tour includes The Maison Principale (Big House), The French Jardin, The Plantation Kitchen Garden, The Banana Grove, and the original 1840s Slave Cabins where The Legendary Tales of Compair Lapin (known in English as Br’er Rabbit) were first recorded. Take time to browse through local arts, crafts and souvenirs in the historic Laura Plantation gift shop. Also don’t forget to visit the new museum exhibit where it displays the daily lives, free & enslaved, on the sugar plantation. That’s why Laura Creole Plantation was awarded the title of top travel attraction by The Louisiana of Tourism.
- A moderate amount of walking is involved.
- Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately.
- Please provide hotel pickup information.
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.