Preservation in Progress

Preserving and Interpreting Oak Alley

 

ReDiscover Oak Alley is an initiative which seeks to better share the significance of an iconic historic site. It aims to redefine the visitor experience through a series of phases that address the site's physical and narrative experience, guided by its mission and institutional values of preservation and narrative integrity. 

 

 

 

 

ReDiscover Oak Alley

Phase 1:  The "Big House" Experience & Site Interpretation --COMPLETED JANUARY 2018

Phase 2:  The Gardens -- CURRENTLY UNDERWAY

 
 
 
 
Oak Alley Foundation Mission Statement:

Oak Alley Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public non-profit trust organized and operated exclusively for charitable, literary and educational purposes. Its trustees are charged with maintaining and preserving the mansion (Big House) and surrounding twenty-eight (28) acre National Historic Landmark site for public exhibition as an historical monument to the times and area in which the property was built and for the instruction, education, enlightenment, information, edification and cultural benefit of the citizens of the State of Louisiana, the United States and the public generally.