23 reviews of Tour of Oak Alley Plantation
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Reviewed by Sonia R, May 2013
It was wonderful. The bus dirver/guinde was very knowledgeable, the scenery was beautiful, the plantation very well kept. Memoréis that i will treasure forever.
Reviewed by Michael B, March 2013
Probably the best tour I've ever taken and I've taken quite a few in different places.
Our driver/guide Sylvester was incredible.We came away knowing just about anything there is to know about NOLA and Louisiana. From the history of the people to life in the swamps to where to get the best dinner. It was a constant narration on our way to Oak Alley and back. Oak Alley itself was ok but being on the road with Sylvester was the best part. Do it!
Reviewed by Eileen J M, March 2013
This was a great plantation to visit with lovely grounds. My friend and I went last week and it was very enjoyable with a great bus driver tour guide who was very informative, Also,the guide at Oak Alley gave a great tour.
Reviewed by Cindy, August 2011
What a great trip. Our driver was wonderful. He kept up a running commentary of what we were seeing along the route. The plantation was nice and the pralines were the best
Reviewed by ANDREA K, September 2010
Reviewed by Robert G, Australia, June 2010
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Reviewed by Jeanne C, Ireland, July 2007
Reviewed by Ann U, October 2012
This was the last of five tours in three for my group. I really enjoyed the comfortable ride in the motor coach. The driver described some points of interest along the way and gave some history about the sugar and cotton industry. The plantation was beautiful and the guided tour was nice. It was sad to think about the role the slaves played. All that beauty build on the backs of the slaves. Very little was mentioned about that in this tour, however they are in the process of building replicas of the cabins the slaves lived in.
Reviewed by Dianne E, September 2011
Beautiful plantation, very informative tour - definitely worth seeing!