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Oak Alley will remain closed until we complete the process of cleanup from Hurricane Ida . The plantaton grounds has extensive vegetative debris from the storm but the buildings and alley are secure. We appreciate your messages of support during this difficult time for the entire SE Louisiana region. We will update our website when we have more information on re-opening.
Our phone system is also currently down so please email us at ContactUs@OakAlleyPlantation.org for information or questions on advanced reservations.
The online ticket portal is temporarily closed until we can determine when we will be able to re-open.
For information on the adjacent Restaurant, Gift Shop & Inn, please visit: OakAlleyPlantation.com
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.