This admission includes access to the historic site and ALL exhibits including the “Big House” exhibit. Please allow 2 hours for exploring including reserved visit of the “Big House”. All guests must purchase admission for entry to the historic site.
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This admission includes access to the historic site and exhibits excluding the “Big House” exhibit. Please allow 2 hours for exploring. This admission does not grant access to the “Big House” exhibit. All guests must purchase admission for entry to the historic site.
Plan your Visit to Oak Alley Plantation
Over 200 Years of History
A sugar plantation; an abandoned investment property; a cattle ranch; a landscape of defiance in the face of the Army Corps of Engineers–Oak Alley has been many things in its over 200 years of history. Today it is a historic site, dedicated to preserving and interpreting each chapter of this plantation’s memory.
Open to the public since 1976, our institutional values include complete respect for the National Landmark with which we have been entrusted. This not only is evident in our dedication to its preservation and maintenance but in our complete adherence to narrative integrity, in deference to this iconic historic site whose past includes serving as a place of enslavement even as it was celebrated for its stunning landscape.