Visit Ardoyne Plantation

TOUR INFORMATION

buy tour tickets to see a historic plantation tour of plantation home, chickens

GUIDED TOURS of PLANTATION HOME:
 Tuesday - Saturday
 9:30 AM, 11:30 AM &  2:00 PM 

Other times available by appointment.

Tours given on a first-come-first-served basis. Appointments not necessary for individuals or small families.


No tours available December 8th.

CLOSED DECEMBER 27-30, 2017

  

Closed: New Year's Eve and Day, Fat Tuesday, July 4th, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve/ Day.

Check www.VIATOR.com for other closed dates or to book a tour.

   


GROUP OR BUS TOURS

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  We welcome bus tours, club and school groups. Large groups (15+) must call 985-804-2271 or email us at ArdoynePlantation@aol.com
 to check availability and 

to reserve tour times. We will happily help you plan your visit to Houma and suggest an itinerary for your group.

Discounted Group Rates:

Groups: Adult: $13; Youth: $8

School Class Groups:          

  Adult $10;   Student: $6;               

Teacher: Free (1 per classroom)
 

TOUR RATES

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Although you can't pay with 

plantation tokens today, 

our rates are the lowest around.


Guided Tour Prices:

  • Adults: $15
  • Seniors: $14 (60+ years) 
  • Military: $14   
  • AAA: $14                 
  • Youth (6-17 years) $10                
  • Free for 5 years and under.

DIRECTIONS

plantation near New Orleans, Oak Alley, Laura Plantation, Southdown Plantation, Baton Rouge Houma

  • LOCATION: Located just 2 miles from Highway 90 at Exit 200; Turn right toward Houma on Hwy 311.
    DISTANCE:
    - 45 Miles from New Orleans Airport (MSY)
    - 80 Miles from Baton Rouge
    - 90 Miles from Lafayette 

WHAT TO SEE AT ARDOYNE

Newcomb Pottery at Ardoyne Plantation

There are many collections in the home to include over 2000 books, 300 spoons,  plantation tokens, Louisiana Native American baskets, Newcomb Pottery, crystal and china, quilts, needlework,  plus paintings and prints from such artists as Alexander Drysdale and  

John James Audubon.  

SUGARCANE

Sugarcane plantation in Louisiana, farm, harvesting equipment, near Houma and New Orleans

The Shaffer family still owns about 300 acres of the original Ardoyne Plantation farm land. This land is leased to a local sugarcane farmer. The photo above is one of his harvesting tractors.

Take a Swamp Tour

There are several swamp tours near Ardoyne Plantation.

Cajun Man

Greenwood Gator Farm 

Annie Miller's Son Swamp Tour.