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Visiting NO and decided on a trip to a plantation. Randomly chose this one and it turned out to be a gem. The main feature is the Live Oak avenue of trees to the front of the house which are more than 300 years old....More
Six of us, history buffs' or not, we all enjoyed it (we're all late 50's to mid/upper 60's)
The tour thru the main home was guided (and under a/c thank heaven). Even though many (or some) items are not original it's all very well done...More
My family went of our way to tour this plantation and wasn't impressed when we left. Majority of the artifacts inside the house were replica and only a handful of them are originals. The tour itself was OK; our guide wasn't the greatest as she...More
Chosen because of their ginormous ice creams but so much history, beautiful oak trees and gardens and friendly staff.An artists dream to sketch on site and later paint these old oaks on canvas. Learned so much about immigrant families, their slaves and how society was...More
After visiting NOLA, we were headed home but hoped to see a few plantation homes before leaving the area. Oak Ally was our 2nd or 3rd, we quickly realised that we weren't going to get home that night. We noticed their sign for cottages and...More
No, sorry, at least not a short tour. The riverboats that stop here are 3 and 7 day cruises from New Orleans to Memphis or St. Louis. They come highly recommended, but they are not just a quick day-trip tour.