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Oak Alley Foundation's historic grounds and exhibits are open daily from 9am-5pm, but will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, November 26, 2020. Admissions are required to enter the historic site and may be purchased upon arrival (no advance sales). Visitors should allow 2 hours to visit the open spaces and exhibits but we do encourage you to arrive early to avoid longer waits for "Big House" exhibit. Social distancing is highly encouraged and face coverings are required in all buildings and exhibits.
Oak Alley : Named the Most Photographed Plantation in the World!
Heather Malone, a travel blogger, called our grounds "the Most Photographed in the World!"
Over the past two years, Oak Alley has been researching the enslaved community that lived here, and the construction you see is the beginnings of a permanent exhibit focused on Slavery at Oak Alley.
Today we had the distinct honor and pleasure to host our Governor.
How do you support visitors who cannot climb the stairs to the second floor of Oak Alley's antebellum mansion? Oak Alley now manages that with iPads and a video tour, funded in part by Entergy.
Oak Alley Plantation named "Iconic" image for Louisiana's "National Scenic Byway" along the Great River Road.