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Plantation Parade


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New Orleans, LA
United States

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Plantation Parade


(??.? miles from you)


New Orleans, LA
United States


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Why You Should Go...

See gorgeous plantation mansions and learn the history surrounding them, from old families to slavery, with Plantation Parade. No other visual experience in America better exemplifies the “Old South.”

The Plantation Parade presents four different plantations to visit. Tour the Oak Alley Plantation and learn about the loves and tragedies of one of the most prominent plantation dynasties, typifying the idyllic lifestyle of their day. Houmas House shines and reflects its history, as it was once the largest sugarcane plantation in America and its owners amongst the wealthiest in the South. Laura Plantation’s "Creole Family Sugar" tour details 200 years of real-life stories of owners, women, slaves & children of this sugar plantation. And the San Francisco Plantation, which is registered as a National Historic Landmark, features an 1830s slave cabin that includes a collection of black history documentation.

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Why You Should Go...

See gorgeous plantation mansions and learn the history surrounding them, from old families to slavery, with Plantation Parade. No other visual experience in America better exemplifies the “Old South.”

The Plantation Parade presents four different plantations to visit. Tour the Oak Alley Plantation and learn about the loves and tragedies of one of the most prominent plantation dynasties, typifying the idyllic lifestyle of their day. Houmas House shines and reflects its history, as it was once the largest sugarcane plantation in America and its owners amongst the wealthiest in the South. Laura Plantation’s "Creole Family Sugar" tour details 200 years of real-life stories of owners, women, slaves & children of this sugar plantation. And the San Francisco Plantation, which is registered as a National Historic Landmark, features an 1830s slave cabin that includes a collection of black history documentation.

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Cost: Less than $50

Available: Self-Guided Tour, Guided Tour, Meeting/Conference Rooms, Banquet Facilities

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Why You Should Go...

See gorgeous plantation mansions and learn the history surrounding them, from old families to slavery, with Plantation Parade. No other visual experience in America better exemplifies the “Old South.”

The Plantation Parade presents four different plantations to visit. Tour the Oak Alley Plantation and learn about the loves and tragedies of one of the most prominent plantation dynasties, typifying the idyllic lifestyle of their day. Houmas House shines and reflects its history, as it was once the largest sugarcane plantation in America and its owners amongst the wealthiest in the South. Laura Plantation’s "Creole Family Sugar" tour details 200 years of real-life stories of owners, women, slaves & children of this sugar plantation. And the San Francisco Plantation, which is registered as a National Historic Landmark, features an 1830s slave cabin that includes a collection of black history documentation.

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What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Cost: Less than $50

Available: Self-Guided Tour, Guided Tour, Meeting/Conference Rooms, Banquet Facilities

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