"As stately as the plantation home of imagination, this Greek Revival structure features an oak alley leading to the entrance and is a magnificent presence amid the grounds. Dating from 1839, Oak Alley was built after the planting of the oaks and was situated to maximize the approach to the home. Costumed guides offer tours, and on the grounds are a restaurant, cafe, gift shop, and blacksmith's shop. Bed-and-breakfast accommodations are available, and private functions can be accommodated as well."
USA Today Names Oak Alley 'Top 10 Best'
In observance of Mardi Gras,
The historic grounds & exhibits will be closed on Tuesday, February 25, 2020.
We will resume normal business hours on Wednesday.
Have a happy and safe Mardi Gras.