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See Historical
River Road

Travel back in time with us on a journey down historical River Road, where you'll see some of the most beautiful and historic plantation homes in Louisiana. Our tour begins with a visit to the Whitney Plantation, a former sugar plantation that has been converted into a museum and memorial to the slaves who lived and worked there.

Experience
Colonial Life

Discover the incredible History of Africans
"Discover the incredible stories of African survival in colonial Louisiana as you explore the Whitney Plantation. Learn about the hardships and resilience of those who were enslaved and brought to Louisiana from West and Central Africa. You'll gain a deeper understanding of the struggles and triumphs of enslaved people and their descendants, and the important role they played in shaping the culture and history of Louisiana."

Visit A Working
Plantation

Visit A Working
Plantation

Learn about the enslaved Africans life on a sugar cane plantation.

Learn History!

John J.
The motivation's for John J. to Come for the opening of Whitney Plantation was because of American schooling. The inability of the American school system to adequately deal with slavery was one of his many reasons for establishing Whitney plantation. Everyone from all ages and background's are welcome to visit and learn from such rich history.

Whitney Plantation Tour

Travel with us along the “Historical” River Road route where the largest slave rebellion in United States history took place, as we make our way to the only museum in Louisiana devoted to slavery, “The Whitney Plantation”.

Whitney Plantation

        Historical Museum

Original Salve Narratives

Plantation HomesEnslaved Quarters
  
  
  

2nd Line Tours’ provides travel to and from the event.

Colonial Louisiana history

With the 2nd Line Tours’ Whitney Plantation Tour, you will experience colonial Louisiana history and points of interest.

Tour Times
The 2nd Line Tours’ Whitney Plantation Tour is a 4 hour tour.

AUDIO GUIDE Tour

 “The Whitney Plantation” offers our guests a special look into what daily life was like for enslaved people in Louisiana and tell stories of the specific people enslaved on the plantation.

It not only informs, but it helps to connect the dots of the past and the present so that we can shape the future!

Whitney Plantation

 Historical Museum           Original Slave Narratives
Plantation HouseEnslaved Quarters
  
  
  

2nd Line Tours’ provides travel to and from the event.

Colonial Louisiana History

With the 2nd Line Tours’ Whitney Plantation Tour, you will experience colonial Louisiana history and points of interest.

Tour Times
The 2nd Line Tours’ Whitney PlantationTour is a 4 hour tour.

Tour Details

This tour is perfect for guests of all ages. All tours depart from and return to the 2nd Line Tours Storefront located at 414 Canal Street New Orleans Louisiana.

Please arrive 30 minutes prior to tour start time to check in.

Tour Prices

Adults: $69.00 USD

Children (12 years & under): $49.00 USD

 
  
  
  
  
Tour Dates and Times

We offer 11:00am and 3:00pm tours.
Mon,Wed-Sun

Mornings: pickups are between the hours of 10:30am-10:50am

Afternoons: pickups are between the hours of 2:30pm- 2:50pm

Tour Details

This tour is perfect for guests of all ages. Hotel pick up details:

we offer convenient hotel pick up service for our plantation tours within a 1 mile radius of the vibrant French Quarter.Tours also depart from and return to 414 Canal Street New Orleans Louisiana.

Please arrive 30 minutes prior to tour start time to check in.

This tour is perfect for guests of all ages.  

2nd Line Tours Experience pick up a 414 Canal St NOLA 70130. We offer hotel pickups that are in close proximity to the French Quarters.

Check in starts 30 mins before prior to departure time. 

Each tour begins promptly & on time.

Tour Prices

Adults: $75.00 USD

Children (12 years & under): $55.00 USD

 
  
  
  
  
Tour Dates and Times

We offer 8:00am to 1:00 pm daily tours.
Mon, Wed, Thurs, Fri Sat, Sun.

Pickups times are between the hours 8:00am to 8:30am