Photography Tips

 

 

Online Ticket and Advance Reservations

Beginning August 15 at 6pm, visitors will be able to secure their admissions and reserve a tour time in advance, online.  We will be offering 2 admissions types:  Historic Site with the “Big House” Exhibit and Historic Site without the “Big House” Exhibit
 
If you are planning a visit to Oak Alley on August 16 or later, please check back to make you reservation or for more information on admissions pricing and details, please click HERE.  While we highly encourage purchasing your admission online in advance, walk-ins are welcome and are subject to availability. 
 
We look forward to your visit and please contact us at 800-442-5539 or at ContactUs@OakAlleyPlantation.org if you have any questions. 
 
 
Best Tips for Great Photos

Here's a collection of our best photography tips!

Photographer Bill Guion provides a set of tips dealing with natural light when photographing the Big House and the Alley of Oaks here.

"Photographing the most photographed oak trees in the world can be both exciting and challenging. Everyone enjoys sharing his or her photos and experience from visiting the ancient oak trees and plantation home at Oak Alley. After photographing here for more than 30 years, I’d like to share a few tips that may help any photographer, from the most casual phone-camera snap shooter to the serious professional, make better more memorable photographs of your visit."

 


 

AAA Gem Designation

Oak Alley Plantation is a AAA Gem. Attractions distinguished with the Gem Designation are judged to be of exceptional interest and quality by AAA's professional evaluators. Read more about the Gem Designation.