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Double Plantation Tour in New Orleans

By: Gray Line
Highlights
  • Combine two New Orleans plantation tours in one day 
  • Learn plantation history and stories of those who lived there 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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Tour of Oak Alley & Whitney Plantations
US$88.00
Whitney & Laura Plantations
Tour of Whitney & Laura Plantations
US$88.00
Oak Alley & Laura Plantation
Tour of Oak Alley & Laura Plantations
US$88.00
Overview
Learn US history on a guided tour of several New Orleans plantations, including Oak Alley Plantation, Laura Plantation, and Whitney Plantation. During this New Orleans plantation tour combo, pick two plantations to visit and walk the grounds with a guide who can fill you in on the dark history of the time. There’s no need to rent a car as transportation 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 your comfortable coach bus, ride to the first plantation you selected. During booking, you pick two plantations from a list of three: Oak Alley Plantation, Laura Plantation, and Whitney Plantation.

Your guide tells you the history of each plantation, and 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.
Reviews (89)
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
A must do when visiting

We booked through Grayline tour bus company, our bus driver was very friendly, funny and professional. Talked all the way to The Whitney Plantation, unfortunately we sat in the back and with the blast of the air conditioning we couldn't hear much. First stop was...More

1  Thank Traveler829353
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Well worth it!

We did the double plantation tour with Grayline tours. Jude was very informative and we learned a lot just on the ride up there! Upon arriving at each plantation we had very informative tour guides. The trip was overall very moving and educational. I would...More

1  Thank Erica F
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Lots of interesting history!!

This tour was very enjoyable. The bus ride was so interesting with a great tour guide named Dionne. She was so knowledgeable about life in the New Orleans area and she gave us a lot of information on the cajuns and creoles. We toured Laura...More

1  Thank Nelsvacation
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Laura and Oak Alley

Our guide Ken and driver Mauricio (?) were great. We visited Laura and Oak Alley. We liked Laura more than Oak Alley because it felt more historical and authentic. The story of the plantation was very interesting. Oak Alley was okay. The grounds are beautiful...More

2  Thank rlm_travelers
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Double Plantation Visit

We booked with Grayline Coaches. Liz was our guide for the day we felt that what she didn’t know about New Orleans just wasn’t worth knowing! Our first stop was at Laura Plantation; this is the place to visit if you want to know the...More

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Dee J
16 October 2018|
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Response from tuhts | Reviewed this property |
You takes about one hour each way, about four hours on the plantations. Usually back about 4:30 or so. Walking tours are informative but check on lunch - there may be nothing so bring some energy bars!
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janice643
9 October 2018|
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Response from Erica F | Reviewed this property |
If you tour with Grayline, you’ll get on the bus at the Natchez Steamboat dock.
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janice643
6 October 2018|
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Response from tuhts | Reviewed this property |
if i remember correctly, there is lunch, but if you don't go to oak alley, the lunch comes from a vending machine. not bad, and it will keep you going until you return.
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