Visit the Oak Alley Plantation, which dates back to 1839
See the plantation's alley of oak trees, each over 250 years old
Learn about Oak Alley's history, former uses, and residents
Take a boat ride across the Manchac Swamp
Hear stories of the legend of the Rougarou werewolf
Meet your guide in New Orleans, then leave the city behind as you travel back in time to the Oak Alley Plantation.
Passing by the impressive Lake Pontchartrain. See the plantation's quarter-mile-long alley of oak trees, each over 250 years old, and the cypress trees which border the Mississippi River.
Explore the plantation with your guide, and listen to stories of its history dating back to 1839. Learn about the site's former uses and residents, and visit the plantation's on-site exhibitions, Slavery at Oak Alley, Blacksmith Shop, and Sugarcane Theater, to learn more about its past.
Afterwards, travel past several of the area’s plantations as you head to the Manchac Swamp. Explore this privately-owned wildlife refuge, and hear about the legend of the Rougarou werewolf. Take a boat ride across the swamp, and get up close to alligators and other wildlife.
Oak Alley admission
Swamp tour and admission
• Tour vehicles are equipped for wheelchair storage. If wheelchairs collapse and fold, they can be placed in the storage compartment on the bus. If the wheelchair is a scooter, then special arrangements need to be made with the local partner for an accessible bus. This must be arranged 48 hours prior to the tour date. Contact details will be on your voucher
• Please note, due to the plantation’s historic nature, access to the second floor is by stairs only
• Please note, videography is not permitted inside the plantation
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund