The oak tree in New Orleans is also a very peculiar landscape. There are many special features of the oak tree. The number of trees and plants here is relatively rich. It is a rare and good place. It is worth enjoying and visiting. It is also very large.
The oak tree has a large crown, and the arched structure brought by the two rows of trees is very beautiful. The manor is named after the tree, which is indeed very popular. The only inconvenience is that it is nearly 100 kilometers away from the city.
Oak Alley Plantation in New Orleans is about a 40-minute drive from the city center. It is the prototype of the famous novel "Gone with the Wind" and the filming location for the movie "Gone with the Wind." The Oak Manor is named after 28 huge oak trees in front of the manor’s big house. The Oak Tree Manor was built in 1837 and covers an area of 24 acres. Walking in the manor, the story of Scarlett Scarlett and Bryder echoed in his heart. . .
Oak trees in the south Oak Alley Plantation used to be a sugarcane plantation Oak trees over 300 years old, and different sheds where slaves of different classes lived. I heard a history of Oak Tree Manor. It was only half a day later.
Oak Alley Plantation in New Orleans, USA is famous for its 28 oak trees that are more than 300 years old. do you know? Every ancient oak tree has been named. The beautiful narrator dressed us in traditional costumes from the 1800s and led us from visiting "The Big House". The legendary life story of the owner of the manor is told. After the tour, you can freely visit museums, slave houses, etc. The oak tree with deep and leafy roots is tall and strong, and walking in it is quite magical. The plantation provides on-site ticket purchase. The group tour starts at 9:30 in the morning, and starts at the hour and half-hour until the end of business hours. The tour lasts about 35-40 minutes. The adult fare is 22 dollars, free for children under 5 years old.
Tickets are a bit expensive, but very beautiful. Here you can learn how heavy the history of slavery was. Although the former lord has disappeared, the crystallization of the wisdom of the slaves still stands firmly in this manor surrounded by oak trees.