Experience the Old South at Whitney Plantation. Dating back to the early 18th century, the plantation started out as a small farm owned by a family of German immigrants. Take a guided walking tour of the restored French colonial manor, detached kitchen, slave quarters, and a Baptist church. Finally, check out Wall of Honor memorial. You'll leave having a richer perspective of the history of the entire area. Quickly create a custom-made itinerary for Wallace using our trip planner.
Tours to Whitney Plantation
$128 BOOK WITH VIATOR Small-Group Whitney Plantation, Museum of Slavery and St. Joseph Plantation Tour
Duration: 6 hours
$1,500 BOOK WITH VIATOR Private Whitney Plantation, Museum of Slavery, and St Joseph Plantation Tour
Duration: 6 hours
Whitney Plantation reviews
Every person should visit this museum to educate themselves on the harrowing, barbaric acts our nation was a part of. Black Lives Matter. <3 These people were human beings who were treated worse... more »
Coming to the Whitney Plantation is necessary to increase awareness, culture, and education among others. This plantation educates you about the slaves life in a fantastic and well thought out way... more »
Phenomenal plantation tour experience. I’ve visited multiple plantations on my six trips to New Orleans and this one is the best. It provides the most real and accurate portrayal of what plantation life was like for those who lived and worked there. I highly recommend it over Oak Alley or Laura Plantations.
We drove to the Whitney Plantation from New Orleans, which took about an hour. Once we arrived, staff greeted us warmly. The reception area features a small gallery with important historical background, which one can stroll and read on their own. We followed our tour guide Sydney, who is super charming, knowledgeable, passionate, and friendly. Her explanation greatly facilitated our experience and understanding of the Plantation and the history of the area called German Coast. Sydney guided our group through the major landmarks on the Plantation at a comfortable pace and left plenty time for us to explore the site after on our own. The facilities on the Plantation are well-maintained, which gave us a rough idea of how hard and harsh life on a plantation could have been back in the day especially under the grilling August sun. We want to thank all the staff, particularly Sydney, for their excellent work and for providing us with such a profound experience!
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