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    Gorgeous place to visit. They are very open and honest that not everything you see is original to the house but has been either recreated or is contemporary. The guide was informative, open to questions and very happy to take photo’s for people. Beautiful setting, highly recommended.

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    We found Oak Alley by accident about 7pm one weekday evening on a Motorcycle trip to New Orleans. We rode the bikes to the parking lot and saw the ticket stand. I went over and asked if we could stay the night and it just so happened that one of the Over seer’s homes was available. My wife and I had one of the most enjoyable nights ever. Got up early the next morning before sun rise and took many photos. Went back and got Pam up (my wife) and walked over to have breakfast at the restaurant. It was an evening and a day, that to this day, has been remembered over and over. So much so that we have been back now twice and each of these visits is just like the first. Take the time to see history, take the time to feel the past come alive right before your eyes. You will live this day over and over and come back for more.

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    we have been to Oak Alley Plantation twice. Each time was wonderful.the staff and tour guides are professional and extremely informative.the grounds are well groomed.It would be excellent for a wedding…love it.

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    I have been to the tops of the Swiss Alps, rode through the canals of Venice, slept in a thousand year old French castle, walked through Roman ruins and cruised through the Caribbean and Oak Alley Plantation is, without a doubt, the most beautiful place I have ever seen. The grounds are beautiful and the tour was informative.

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    Although the house is furnished with antique furniture, there are only few original objects from the time of the first owners. The house is well maintained and air conditioned which is important on hot and muggy days. The guided tour of the house is well organized. It is conducted by young ladies wearing clothes from the period of the first owners.