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Whitney Plantation Half Day Guided Tour from New Orleans Quick Confirmation

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Take a look into the South's slave history on a guided tour of the Whitney Plantation from New Orleans. Open to the public since 2014, the plantation offers a unique perspective through exhibits, restored buildings, artwork and more.

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Adult (Age 13 & over)
USD 69.00
USD 69.00
Child (Age 6-12)
USD 35.00
USD 35.00
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Adult (Age 13 & over)
USD 69.00
USD 69.00
Child (Age 6-12)
USD 35.00
USD 35.00
Infant (Age 0-5)
  • Duration: 5.5 hour(s)
  • Available: Daily
  • Pick-up: Not available
  • Inclusion: Admission / Transportation fee / Guide
Package detail / Schedule
Schedule & Location
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Starting time: 12:00 13:00
Starting time: 12:00 13:00
  • 11:45 Check-in at the Gray Line "Lighthouse" Ticket Office
  • 12:00 Drive to Whitney Plantation
  • Whitney Plantation Tour
    usa_louisiana_whitney plantation historic district Get a close look at the slave history of Louisiana at the only plantation museum in the state that focuses on slavery. See restored buildings like old slave barracks and kitchens, as well as a metal slave cage. Pass by Laura, Oak Alley, & other plantations along the Mississipi River on the way home.
  • Drive to New Orleans
  • 17:00 Check-out at the Gray Line "Lighthouse" Ticket Office
    • Although tour vehicles are equipped for wheelchair storage, due to the historic nature of the plantations and homes, the only access to the second floor is by stairs and the grounds may not be suitable for wheelchairs.
    • Children under 6 years old are free if they do not occupy a seat.
    • Children of all ages can participate in this activity.
Required Items to Bring & Attire
    • Printed VELTRA voucher
    • A valid government-issued photo ID
Requirement(s) - Others
    • You must have a printed copy of your VELTRA voucher to present upon check-in. You will not be able to participate in this activity if you only have a digital copy on your mobile device.
    • Guest who booked the tour must bring a valid photo ID and the card used to book the reservation to present at check-in.
    • Please call the activity provider the day before to reconfirm your booking. Your voucher has the necessary contact information listed.
Additional Note(s)
    • Drinks and meals are available for purchase.
    • The activity schedule is subject to change or cancellation due to weather or traffic conditions.
    • Gratuity is not included in the price.
Booking Requirements (# of participants, vehicles, hours, etc.)
    • You can book a maximum of 20.
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Payment/Cancellation policy
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Cancellation Policy
  • Any cancellations made after 12:00 local time, 2 business days prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 100% of the total amount.

After your booking is confirmed, be sure to print your voucher and bring it with you on the day of your activity.

USD 69.00
USD 69.00

Taxes & fees included

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(5.00/5.00) 5.00 / 5
(1 review)

Pick-up Not available
Duration 5.5 hour(s)
Availability Daily


by: Gwennie
This was a most informative tour from the perspective of the enslaved peoples. A great tour and a great bus driver (Kendrell) to the plantation. Perhaps the video system could be looked at on the bus...more