Oak Alley Plantation

Features: 
  • Enjoy a professionally guided tour of the Big House
  • Visit the Confederate Commanding Officer's Tent
  • Witness the "Slavery at Oak Alley" exhibit's reconstructed slave quarters and learn about those who made plantation luxuries possible
  • Watch the video and learn how Sugarcane is grown at the Theatre
  • Explore 25 historic acres using an interpretive map (self guided) and see the legacies left by those who once resided here
  • See newly planted pecan trees commemorating Antoine, an enslaved gardener who grafted the first paper shell pecan
  • Visit the blacksmith shop which houses the plantation's original forge
  • Stroll the magnificent alley of 300 year old live oak trees leading a quarter mile to the Mississippi River
  • Dine on Cajun/Creole Cuisine in the restaurant or enjoy a quick snack or ice cream in the Plantation Cafe
  • Discover keepsakes and unique gifts in the Gift Shop
  • Stay the night in one of the overnight cottages located on the grounds of the plantation
Phone: 
(225) 265-2151
Toll free phone: 
800-44ALLEY
Fax: 
(225) 265-7035
Hours: 
9:00am to 4:30pm or 5:00pm (closing time is seasonal)
Cost: 
Adults $20 / Youth $7.50 / Children $4.50
Listing type: 
activity
dining
accommodation
wedding-venue
Dining type: 
Cajun/Creole
Accommodation type: 
Bed & Breakfast
Activity type: 
Shopping
Weddings: 
yes
Groups: 
yes
Capacity: 
25 or more