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A powerful testimony to the rich history of the antebellum south, Oak Alley invites visitors to explore all facets of her plantation past. The Slavery at Oak Alley exhibit, Civil War exhibit, Sugarcane Theater and Big House offer an experience as...more
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Completely missed the tour of the house because we enjoyed the food so much at the restaurant. Super fairly priced. Payed under a $100 for four people to eat four meals share an appetizer and three of us to have dessert, two beers and two...More
Visited on 8-30-18 while on vacation. What a gorgeous plantation! The grounds are maintained beautifully. Much staff there to assist with questions; they are very knowledgable. Interesting tour of the home...learned about the history and the owners. The slave cabins were especially interesting. I absolutely...More
Loved it! My husband and I stayed in Cabin #3 and we were so impressed with the grounds and cabins. We showed up late in the night for after hours check-in and they had our desserts waiting on us in the fridge! The cabins are...More
We went to 2 plantations on the same day - both very different. This tour inside the home was only about 10 minutes and no photos were allowed inside. There were some outer buildings, self guided info. They offer a snack bar with sandwiches and...More
If you want to learn more about the history of slavery and enjoy seeing the most amazing Oak Trees some of which are close to 300 years old this place is for you. The guides are very well informed and the tours run regularly. A...More
This is the most famous River Road plantation, and doubtless the one with the most beautiful garden. The oak-lines pathway to the “big house” is a spectacular, awe-inspiring view that is very hard to match.
The grounds can be toured independently, and this also gives...More
We got a tour of the main house and then explored on our own. The slave quarters and exhibits were saddening, but important to see. We had thought about going to another plantation, but figured out once you've seen one, you've seen them all. It...More
Response from OakAlley | Property representative |
I am so sorry for the delay! We are able to accommodate for visitors that are hearing impaired. All of our exhibits share information with signage and a written version in the mansion exhibit, the "Big House.". I hope... More
I am so sorry for the delay! We are able to accommodate for visitors that are hearing impaired. All of our exhibits share information with signage and a written version in the mansion exhibit, the "Big House.". I hope this information helps and we look forward to your visit.