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Often, when people picture Louisiana, they imagine a long row of oak trees leading to a magnificent plantation house, which is to say that, when they picture Louisiana, they’re picturing Vacherie. It is here that you’ll find that most iconic of all American plantation houses, Oak Alley. With its majestic stand of 300-year-old oaks and its grand, antebellum Greek revival home, it’s easy to understand why Oak Alley so amplifies the reputation of tiny Vacherie. But it doesn’t stop there. Vacherie is home to Laura Plantation, a gorgeous setting where you can learn about Creole culture and slave life. There’s also the 1,000-acre St. Joseph Plantation and Evergreen with its 37 historic buildings, including 22 slave cabins. Either upriver or down, the plantations along Great River Road offers the traveler an unforgettable opportunity to take a step back in time and touch the past  at these and other historic locations.

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    City: Vacherie
    3645 Hwy. 18, River Rd. Vacherie, LA 70090
    Located within an hour's drive of New Orleans & Baton Rouge, Oak Alley has been crowned the "Grande Dame of the Great River Road". Visit the reconstructed slave quarters & explore the "Slavery at...
    City: Vacherie
    3645 Hwy. 18 Vacherie, LA 70090
    Begin your journey to the past. Visitors are offered four different accounts of River Road history & culture, with stories of immense wealth, of charmed & tragic lives, of slavery & the hardships...
    City: Vacherie
    21060 Hwy. 20 Vacherie, LA 70090
    Tuesday - ThursdayLunch: 11am - 2pmDinner: 4pm - 8pmFriday and Saturday close at 9pmExtensive menu of seafood steaks & Italian cuisine. Full liquor service. Open daily except Mondays. convenient to...
    City: Vacherie
    2306 Hwy. 20 Vacherie, LA 70090
    The house of today offers central air and heat, and modern plumbing. A complete kitchen equipped with stove, oven, microwave, refrigerator and dishwasher are available for the guests to use. A...
    City: Vacherie
    3535 Hwy. 18 Vacherie, LA 70090
    Oct. 1st - Mar. 31stMonday - SaturdayFirst Tour: 9:30amLast Tour: 4:00pmSundayFirst Tour: 12 NoonLast Tour: 4:00pmApril 1st - Sept 30thMonday - Saturday First tour: 9:30amLast Tour: 4...
    City: Vacherie
    19637 Hwy. 643 Vacherie, LA 70090
    You'll have the privacy of a single cottage with two bedrooms, one bathroom, living room, kitchen & laundry room. The fully equipped kitchen is stocked with continental breakfast items you can...
    City: Vacherie
    3535 Hwy. 18 Vacherie, LA 70090
    Raised Creole Antebellum home circa 1830. Owned by same family for 137 years. A working sugarcane plantation. Visit original slave cabins and dependencies and see many exhibits about sugarcane and...
    City: Vacherie
    2247 Hwy. 18, River Rd. Vacherie, LA 70090
    Only 50 miles from New Orleans, have your passport ready as you enter the fascinating world of Louisiana Creoles who lived apart from the American mainstream for over 200 years.  Laura's...
    City: Vacherie
    117 Rue St. Martin Vacherie, LA 70090
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Often, when people picture Louisiana, they imagine a long row of oak trees leading to a magnificent plantation house, which is to say that, when they picture Louisiana, they’re picturing Vacherie. It is here that you’ll find that most iconic of all American plantation houses, Oak Alley. With its majestic stand of 300-year-old oaks and its grand, antebellum Greek revival home, it’s easy to understand why Oak Alley so amplifies the reputation of tiny Vacherie. But it doesn’t stop there. Vacherie is home to Laura Plantation, a gorgeous setting where you can learn about Creole culture and slave life. There’s also the 1,000-acre St. Joseph Plantation and Evergreen with its 37 historic buildings, including 22 slave cabins. Either upriver or down, the plantations along Great River Road offers the traveler an unforgettable opportunity to take a step back in time and touch the past  at these and other historic locations.

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