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Take a look back into Louisiana’s cultural and agrarian past at New Orleans’ historic plantations. Explore the magnificent homes of the wealthiest people in the pre-Civil War years. Visit Oak Alley Plantation, named for the oak tree-lined path leading to a stunning Greek Revival-style house. At the Laura Plantation, learn about the lives and experiences of slaves and women in this era. Step into Destrehan Plantation, considered the oldest documented plantation in the Lower Mississippi Valley.
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    Step back into the days of gentle Southern hospitality with a visit to two different plantations built in the 1800s. Enjoy some picture perfect scenery and learn about the rich history of the South.

    USD92.00

    Daily
    8 hour(s) (morning)
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    Walk in the footsteps of history with a visit from New Orleans to the Oak Alley Plantation, one of Louisiana's most popular plantations. See the quarter-mile row of 250-year old oak trees in Oak Alley and Lake Ponchartrain, among others.

    USD69.00

    Daily
    5.5 hour(s) (afternoon)
  3. No.3
    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.

    USD69.00

    Daily
    5.5 hour(s) (afternoon)

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