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Excursión a dos plantaciones en Nueva Orleans

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New Orleans, Estados Unidos

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7 horas 15 minutos (aprox.)
Entrada para dispositivos móviles
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Combine la visita a dos plantaciones históricas de Louisiana, con transporte entre ellas, durante este recorrido de 7.5 horas desde Nueva Orleans. Recorra la pintoresca carretera Great River Road hasta llegar a Oak Alley Plantation, Laura Plantation y Whitney Plantation. Puede elegir entre dos opciones al hacer la reserva; el precio de entrada a cada plantación está incluido.
  • Excursión de un día a dos plantaciones de Louisiana.
  • Elección de dos plantaciones: Oak Alley, Whitney o Laura
  • Transporte desde Nueva Orleans y entre tus dos paradas elegidas.
  • Entradas incluidas
El registro se realiza 15 minutos antes de la hora de salida a las 9.00 h en el faro del buque de vapor Natchez, Toulouse Street en el río Mississippi. Con su grupo, suba a bordo de un cómodo autobús y diríjase a lo largo de la Great River Road, que es paralela al río Mississippi durante todo el camino a Minnesota. Durante este recorrido de 7.5 horas, podrá visitar las dos plantaciones seleccionadas al hacer la reserva. 
Plantación Whitney: La Plantación Whitney abrió sus puertas al público en 2014 por primera vez como un museo dedicado a honrar y mantener la historia de la esclavitud en el sur. Se remonta a 1803, y está en el Registro Nacional de Lugares Históricos de los Estados Unidos.
Plantación Oak Alley: Contemple el largo callejón de 28 robles, cada uno de más de 250 años de edad, plantados antes de que la casa fuera construida en 1839. También puede echar un vistazo a la zona pantanosa de los cipreses que bordean el río Misisipi. Esta plantación es un monumento histórico nacional, conocido por su arquitectura del renacimiento griego
Laura Plantation: El recorrido de esta plantación criolla de Luisiana, que forma parte del Registro Nacional de Lugares Históricos de EE. UU., se basa en 5000 páginas de documentos encontrados en el Archivo Nacional de Francia y en la memoria Memories of the Old Plantation Home escrita por Laura Locoul Gore, las cuales detallan 250 años de las personas que vivieron y trabajaron aquí.

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Me encanto, es un tour muy cultural que...
Pamela G
, feb 2018
Me encanto, es un tour muy cultural que debes de hacer si visitas Nueva Orleans.
history explained
smittygman55
, jul 2019
this is a must see tour it was very emotional and informative alot of insite on the history of slavery and how people of color survied during such trying times
A Great Day of Tough Louisiana History
JennyDeee
, jun 2019
Amazing Whitney (and the brilliant informed and passionate tour guide, Ariana?) captured my heart. Going to Oak Alley was a less emotional experience but still very interesting.
Beautiful and important piece of history
Compass35959033017
, jun 2019
I chose the Whitney and Oak Alley. This is a long day of touring, but so worth it! I didn't want to spend any precious touring time eating at the oak alley cafe or restaurant, so I packed a lunch and ate on the bus between tours. Worked out extremely well. Everyone else on the bus was jealous as they either went hungry or didn't see as much. Tour guide Mary rode along on the bus ride and was very informative. It was an hour to the the Whitney plantation, that dropped a group off there, took the others to the Laura plantation (just a few miles down the road). Came back for Whitney group, picked up Laura group and everyone rode to Oak Alley. Mary kept a running commentary on the bus and turned us over to wonderful guides at each plantation. We left oak alley at 230 and got back to New Orleans about 4 pm. Whitney: incredibly beautiful, very moving and important lessons on the slave history. Everyone should go. Oak Alley: quite pretty, very interesting live oak trees, beautiful home and gardens. Guided tour of the home (about 35 minutes) then free to wander slave quarters, gardens, sugar making information, cafe.
Great Guides&Drivers!
Vacation49102579919
, may 2019
Nice set of options, well coordinated, bring your own food & water unless your doing the Oaks as one of your choices. Lots of information well presented!
Great tour great facts
Sightseer603912
, abr 2019
Did the two plantation tour. Our best tour guide Midge was very informative. The plantations were beautiful and sad all at the same time
Our tour guides
Getaway67712840138
, abr 2019
The bus driver and the tour guide were so pleasant. The tour guide was extremely knowledgeable and provided us with detail information from the time we left New Orleans and arrived at the Laural Plantation. The young man that was our guide at Laural was superb. Did not enjoy the visit to Oak Alley as well. Guide didn't seem as informative.
Double Plantation Tour New Orleans
LoveRome834
, mar 2019
We had to meet by 9AM at the Natchez boat by the French Quarter. Bus left on time, and our driver was very informative in his presentation on the way to the Plantations. Enjoyed everything about Laura Plantation, and then Oak Alley, which is just beautiful. My only recommendation is not to tell the group that the bus would arrive back at the boat dock at 4:15PM. With traffic, and rain, we left Oak Alley Plantation right at 3PM, did not arrive until 5:45. I would suggest dinner reservations be after 6:30PM, as I had to cancel my dinner plans due to not arriving back on time.
Whitney and Laura plantation tour
Rowan T
, mar 2019
interesting tour with nice bus commentary on way out. Whitney was more about the salve history of the salves working on the Whitney plantain. the house visit was very small portion of tour Laura was both with morn on the history of the owners , house tour was a bit longer As it was an all day tour these plantations did not have a cafe to eat out only snack bars so bring your own food
Good experience
Megan B
, mar 2019
Overall we enjoyed the plantation tours. It was nice being able to select the two of our choice. Most of the Laura plantation tour takes place in the main house (which is not that large) and did not consist of much else. The Oak Alley plantation gave us a chance to explore on our own and they have a nice restaurant there for lunch. Be aware that the ticket here is overpriced for children. We overpaid by about $20 in total because Viator considers 13+ an adult. However, the plantations themselves would have charged us reduced admission for children under 18.

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