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This was a wonderful tour...took me and my friends back in time. We enjoyed it very much. Our bus driver was very informative.
Our driver narrated the entire tour with bits and pieces of information about every area we passed through. He was able to hold our attention with stories of the old south and sugar plantation life making the ride interesting. By the time we got to the Oak Alley Plantation we were able to feel like we were back in the day when it was operational. Beautiful place with many photo ops. Great tour to take for all ages.
The history is spellbinding, the oaks grand, the guides are great....especially the Grey Line driver "Sylvester". He should be on Broadway! I had him as driver on 2 tours. Very entertaining.
Oak alley is such a beautiful plantation and a definate to include on your list when visiting New Orleans. On the way to the plantation the bus driver told us all about the history of New Orleans as well. Great half day trip.
Everything about this tour was outstanding. Starting with our comfortable bus ride to the Oak Alley Plantation to our actual tour. This is a tour NOT to miss if you are in New Orleans.
This was fabulous. The house, the grounds, the buildings were all magnificent.
Even down to the two T Model Fords in the garage.
There was a cafe, restaurant and gift shop as well.
The hostess who took our tour through the house was very informative and was even dressed in the costume of the period. Highly recommended.
Real antebellum plantation. Forget Gone with the Wind, this is the real thing. A beautiful working sugarcane plantation. The view from the second floor balcony is spectacular. I felt like I had gone back in time.
This is a fantastic tour! Not only was the driver/tour moderator highly informative, but the docent at the Oak Alley Plantation was wonderful! She helped to bring the history of Oak Alley alive with her knowledge and insightful stories of the families who had once lived there. This was an awesome tour!
The bus ride to the plantation was filled with a monologue by a very knowledgeable driver/tour guide. We learned so much about the history of Louisiana, New Orleans, the plantations, the crops, the wildlife, and even recommendations for restaurants and other sights to see back at NOLA. The plantation tour was very nice, and the grounds were lovely. It was a leisurely visit, not rushed. We got to sit and drink some mint julips while taking in the beautiful view epitomized by the picture to the left. The woman guide at the home was intelligent, able to answer all kinds of questions about the history of plantations, the biographies of the owners and their families and the history of the sugar cane growing industry. Highly recommended.
Our tour to Oak Alley Plantations was such a beautiful place. We had a guide/coach driver that told the history all the way to the plantation. We had 2 hours at the plantation. With an inside tour of the house showing all the different people who had owned the plantation over the years. A young guide told us everything. Outside you could wonder through the oak trees. My husband found the motor museum with there cars they had at the time. There was a cafe where you could get light snacks or ice cream. Also a gift shop. We were then taken back into New Orleans telling us the history of the area on the way.
Amazed by the beauty of the plantation itself as well as the house. The guide was very good.
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.
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!