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Double Plantation Tour in New Orleans

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From US$88,00
Highlights
  • Combine two New Orleans plantation tours in just one day 
  • Hear about the significant and sad past of the plantations 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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Overview
Oak Alley Plantation, Laura Plantation, and Whitney Plantation are all full of so much US history. During this New Orleans plantation tour combo, pick two plantations from this list of three, and walk the grounds with a guide who can fill you in on the dark history of the time. Plus, transport to each plantation and 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 a comfortable coach bus, ride over to the first plantation you’ve picked. During booking, you picked two plantations from a list of three: Oak Alley Plantation, Laura Plantation, and Whitney Plantation.

Your guide tells you all about the plantation’s history at each stop, and even 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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1 - 5 of 35 reviews

Reviewed 5 days ago
Not enough time at Oak Alley unless you miss lunch

8 hour tour, start at 9 am, takes 1 hour and 15 mins to drive to the first plantation, second one is only 3 miles away. Went to Laura plantation first, buses were great, good air conditioning though difficult to hear the driver if you...More

Thank Khurram K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Great tour

This was a great tour. It takes about an hour to arrive at the plantations but your time is well spent with a very informative tour guide who talks about the history of New Orleans and gives advice on where to go, where to eat...More

2  Thank Carolyn E
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Double Plantation Tour

We took the Whitney & Oak Alley tour the first week of May. Be advised you can't take drinks (without a cap) on the bus. A handful of us had to finish our coffee outside the bus before we could board. The drive took just...More

1  Thank Brenda G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Double Plantation Tour

We went to the Whitney Plantation and the Laura Plantation. They were both excellent tours and learned a lot. Our Tour Guide named Rocky on the Laura Plantation was a joy to listen to. Our bus driver named Kindrell Faulk was also excellent and he...More

Thank S M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Tour

Great tour, the bus trip out was a lot of history about the city and very good, the two plantations were interesting and our tour guide was fun and you could tell she loved her job.

1  Thank JOHN M
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jtt300
6 May 2018|
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Response from KristenLouise65 | Reviewed this property |
I believe it was about 3:30 or 4 p.m. You should call the tour directly and ask. They were super helpful when I called.
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