Hotels/ Lodging

Overnight Accommodations

Enhance your experience and visit to the area by spending the evening and soaking up more of the local culture. Here are links to various unique accommodations.

  • Oak Alley Plantation Restaurant & Inn A tranquil setting in the heart of Plantation Country. Overnight guest are invited to enjoy a stay in either a century old cottages or newly constructed deluxe cottages. They are comfortable and secure in an uncluttered and quiet setting.
  • Cottage on the Farm
    The cottage is located on a 50 acre farm with front porch, rockers and swing to enjoy nature, complete with horses and cows, chickens and a pig. Our farm land also includes 2 large crawfish ponds and nearby canals with fresh water fishing. (225)-265-4654 | (504)-289-0923 Vacherie, LA


  • The Inn at Houmas House Plantation   ​​​​Each room is decorated with old world furnishings allowing you to experience the lavish lifestyle of the wealthy Sugar Barons of the early 1800's. With all the amenities world class travelers expect today. Breakfast and a tour of the mansion are included.  40136 Hwy. 942, Darrow, LA  70725 - (225) 473-9380


  • Palo Alto Plantation   A timeless plantation home nestled under a breathtaking canopy of Oak trees, and is the epitome of sweet, southern, Louisiana charm. This home was built in approximately 1847.   A Louisiana historical landmark rich in history and architectural beauty. In 1977, the home was listed on the US Department of Interior National Register of Historic Places. This beautifully preserved old plantation home is south of Donaldsonville and is set on the bank of Bayou Lafourche.  1515 Hwy 1 South Donaldsonville, LA 70346

New Orleans Area Information:

  • Audubon Nature Institute
    Celebrating the wonders of nature, including the Audubon Zoo, Aquarium of the Americas, Zoo Cruise and Imax Theater.

  • Degas House
    The bed and breakfast is the only home or studio (1872-1873) of the French Impressionist Edgar Degas open to the public anywhere in the world, we invite you to experience Degas through his own eyes...

    Your guide to the French Quarter and New Orleans.

  • French Market
    5 blocks of Dining, Shopping and Entertainment.

  • Lafitte's Blacksmith Shop Bar
    One of the oldest bars still in operation on Bourbon Street.  Built between 1722 and 1732 by Nicolas Touze, is reputed to be the oldest structure used as a bar in the United States. In 1722, further building is recorded by a realty transfer set down by one Don Andres Almonester.

  • Longue Vue House & Gardens
    Classical Revival mansion featuring 8-acres of gardens, entertaining tours, Museum Store, and an incomparable collection of antiques.

  • Louisiana State Museums
    A top attraction, comprised of 5 national historic landmarks, including the Cabildo, Presbytere, 1850 house, Old U.S. Mint, Arsenal&Madame John's Legacy.

  • National WWII D-Day Museum
    WWII-era personal stories and significant artifacts. Future generations learn life lessons from the bravery & sacrifice of the "greatest generation."

  • We are a small tour company but we pride ourselves in our first class, small scale, personalized service given since 1979! We use comfortable, top of the line 14 passenger vans&our experienced and knowledgeable Chauffeurs and Guides work enthusiastically to make our motto come true: We'll make you fall in love with Louisiana!

Baton Rouge Area Information:

  • LSU Rural Life Museum
    Outdoor museum consisting of over 20 buildings depicting the various cultures of pre-industrial 19th century LA. 25 acre gardens feature classical statuary.

  • Louisiana Art & Science Museum
    Art exhibitions, Egyptian tomb, hands-on kids' galleries&simulated space station.

  • Louisiana's Old State Capitol
    This Gothic architectural treasure was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1975.

  • Casino Rouge
    Riverboat casino is open 24 hours with over 1,075 slots, 31 table games.

  • USS KIDD Veterans Museum
    Located in the heart of scenic downtown Baton Rouge, Louisiana, she is the centerpiece of a memorial which serves to honor the men and women of our American armed forces.  Through these pages, you will take a step back in time and learn about their sacrifices for the freedoms we enjoy today

Suggested links:

  • Louisiana Bed & Breakfast Association    The state's only on-line directory of bed & breakfasts - a great way to experience Louisiana and its famous southern hospitality.
  • Jacob's World Famous Andouille & Sausage
    Features premium smokehouse products. Andouille, Smoked Sausage, Fresh Sausage, Tasso, Boudin, Hog Head Cheese, Smoked Chickens and more are available at Jacob's. "Your satisfaction is always guaranteed.

    The River Road's reputation has long been recognized and perhaps best stated with the words of Mark Twain: "From Baton Rouge to New Orleans, the great sugar plantations border both sides of the river all the way,... standing so close together, for long distances, that the broad river lying between two rows, becomes a sort of spacious street.. most home-like and happy-looking."

Plantation Parade

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.