Oak Alley Plantation
yesterday at 22:14. Facebook
A beautiful end to a beautiful day.
Oak Alley Plantation
03/22/2017 at 14:12. Facebook
How many of you have seen a riverboat docked here? Gerald Botkin shared this amazing photo from yesterday at Oak Alley! #OnlyLouisiana
Oak Alley Plantation
03/20/2017 at 19:22. Facebook
There are over 2000 articles and photos about Oak Alley Plantation on our Scoop.IT page! You should click below and check some of them out! #OnlyLouisiana

Oak Alley Plantation: Things to see!

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03/20/2017 at 19:19. Facebook
Jean-Claude Ardila of Palm Harbor, Florida shared his image of the Oak Alley trees as part of our photography contest.

Isn't this shot amazing? #OakAlley
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03/17/2017 at 03:28. Facebook
All of us here at Oak Alley Plantation would like to extend our compassion and support to our good friends at the Myrtles Plantation during this difficult time. Last week they lost their restaurant to a fire.

Despite this tragedy, they soldier on and, while they are busy making plans to begin construction on a new and improved restaurant, we must remember that the remainder of the historic...
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The Myrtles Plantation

March 14 1866 - Celina Roman died from pneumonia at her residence in New Orleans, at the age of 50. She is buried in the family tomb in St. Louis Cemetery #3 in New Orleans (the tomb is now marked as the Carmelite tomb, as daughter Louise gave it to the order in later years). Black and white photo is of the original family tombstone, currently on exhibit at Oak Alley Plantation.
Our doors are open at 9am tomorrow. Have you planned your next visit yet? #OakAlley #OnlyLouisiana
Good morning from the beautiful Oak Alley Plantation! — photographer Anna Lise @annaldutkowsky #OakAlley #OnlyLouisiana
It's another gorgeous day out here at Oak Alley Plantation! The azaleas are blooming and the trees are a brilliant green. It's time to plan your next visit! #OakAlley #OnlyLouisiana
Photographer Lesa Palmer shared this stunning night shot of Oak Alley Plantation. We thank you for sharing this amazing image!!!!! #OakAlley #OnlyLouisiana
Have you ever witnessed the fog rolling off the river, covering the roots of our 300-year-old trees? #OakAlley #OnlyLouisiana #OnlyInLouisiana
Another amazing photo shared by our buddy Jeff Rease!
Our Spring photography contest runs from January 1st to April 30th, 2017. If you've taken a cool photo of Oak Alley during this timeframe, you should enter! It's free to participate, and we welcome amateur and professional photographers! Learn more: [ Oakalleyplantation.com Link ]

Spring 2017 Photo Contest Ends

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Congratulations to the winners of our Fall 2016 Photography Contest! And, a big “thank you” to everyone who participated! We’ll be issuing a free eBook of many of the entries in the next few weeks, so stay tuned to our FaceBook page for details on how to download it!

Fall 2016 Winning Entries:

First place: Wes Waters, Oxnard, California - "Ghost Chairs"
Second place: Michelle...
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Happy birthday, Octavie Roman! Marie Therese “Octavie” Roman, second daughter of Oak Alley's Jacques and Celina Roman, was born on this day, February 2nd in 1837. Octavie lived at Oak Alley Plantation with her parents, traveling back and forth to the city until her marriage to Phillip Buchanan in 1858 at St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans. She died on February 16th, 1867, 30 years later.

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300 Year old Oak Trees, Oak Alley Plantation, Louisiana
Almost everyone’s seen the famous view from the balcony looking out, but this week we had a unique opportunity to reverse the view! Here’s an unusual view of Oak Alley’s Big House: the second floor balcony and back door, as seen from a small lift we’re using to touch-up the paint on the Big House. #OakAlley #OnlyLouisiana
If your winter has given you the blues, come enjoy some sunshine at Oak Alley Plantation, where the weather has ranged from 60 to 80 degrees (Fahrenheit) most days so far! While you're here, you'll have a chance to learn about the US Civil War, Slavery, French Creole life, and the history of sugarcane farming! #OakAlley
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