Adult and student groups will find the opportunity to explore Oak Alley's complex history through a group visit. Scheduled tour groups of 20 or more are invited to experience Oak Alley Plantation in depth and at discounted prices. General admission includes access to the historic grounds, Slavery at Oak Alley exhibit with conversation series; guided tour of the "Big House", Sugarcane Theater, East and West Gardens & the People of Oak Alley exhibit in addition to highlighted points of interest.
After 6 years of extensive research of Oak Alley's complex history, Oak Alley Foundation has compiled enough documentation to expand the experience we share with visitors.
Drawing on this first comprehensive research effort since the establishment of the Foundation, visitors are able to experience untold stories as well as correct decades-old legends, including the namesake, the famous Alley.
It is important to us that visitors not only explore the new history and visitor experience but that our tourism partners and repeat visitors are educated on the new information and experience, in advance, and are able to share with their sales team and onsite guides and escorts.
We invite you to explore ReDiscover Oak Alley and share with your team prior to group arrivals.
It is also important that your onsite escort/guide and driver are prepared for their visit to the plantation. We have prepared "Tips for Group Visits" to help ensure a memorable visit for our groups. Please share this information with your drivers and escorts and let us know if you have any questions.
Please contact or email Penny Scioneaux for pricing or to make a reservation.