Steeped in history far richer than the former plantation owners could have dreamed of owning, the Laura Plantation lies just beyond the reaches of the Greater New Orleans area. Originally built in 1804 by a French naval veteran of the American ... 

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Holding baby aligator.

April 2015

It was pouring down rain but I was holding the baby. Quite an experience.

Slave Cabin at Laura Plantation

October 2014

The property still houses the original slave cabins that were used during the operation of this plantation.

On Tour

October 2014

Our tour guide Ashley was wonderful.

Laura Plantation

October 2014

Laura Plantation - a Creole Plantation

Oak Alley Plantation

October 2014

View from the 2nd story balcony - when the tour guide opened the doors, this view really took your breath away.

Tour Guide

October 2014

Our tour guide was so informative and really painted a picture of what it was like to live on the plantation.

Lunch at Oak Alley

October 2014

Our meal ended with delicious bread pudding

Lunch at Oak Alley

October 2014

followed by Shrimp Etoufee with red beans and rice.

Lunch at Oak Alley

October 2014

Started off with some gumbo

Oak Alley Plantation

October 2014

Oak Alley Plantation

Oak Alley Plantation

October 2014

Taken from the Balcony

Laura Plantation

July 2014

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Alex told us story about plantation life and people

Creol family house

July 2014

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Laura lived here

Oak Alley Plantation-1

July 2014

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How they live

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