Take a ride down to the quaint & remote Cajun Village of Lafitte for a thrilling high-speed ride onboard 7-passenger airboats, comfortably gliding over marshes, deep into secluded bayous for approximately 2 hours.
Step back in time with this tour of an exquisitely decorated 1853 Greek Revival Mansion. This Belle Meade Plantation tour is conducted by period costumed interpreters. The Mansion is filled with original furnishings and period antiques and the tour encompasses both the first and second floors of the historic structure. A century of Belle Meade's history is told through stories of the Harding and Jackson families and the skilled laborers who contributed to make Belle Meade Plantation one of America's premier Thoroughbred farms.
Step into history, as you walk Boone Hall Plantation's historic "Avenue of Oaks" and explore its famous grounds and gardens. Come to Boone Hall Plantation to see a way of life that is now just a ghost of the past...a memory of a time when the South lived by agriculture alone. Boone Hall is located about ten miles from downtown Charleston.
Imagine following the journey of a coffee bean from the plantation - to the processing plant to a cup of gourmet coffee. When you take this Coffee Tour, you'll do exactly that! A professional acting troupe, dressed in traditional garb, will escort you on an interactive multi-media tour through the history of coffee.
Experience the finest that Charleston has to offer on the Gone with the Wind Charleston City & Mansion Tour...you will see it all! The French Quarter, the Rainbow Row of incredible homes in pastel colors, the Market, Old Citadel. Stop at the famed Battery overlooking Fort Sumter (where the first shot of the Civil War was fired). Complete your visit with a step back in time to the Joseph Manigault House - a grand southern mansion with fine antiques and beautiful architecture. The house has been featured on America's Castles and is a National Historic Landmark.
Gone with the Wind Charleston City Tour, a fun and historic trip through America's historic past that includes The French Quarter, the Rainbow Row of incredible homes in pastel colors, the Market, and the Old Citadel. Experience a stop at the famed Battery overlooking Fort Sumter (where the first shot of the Civil War was fired).
A 120-mile trip around the beautiful island of Oahu with a visit to Dole Plantation. Tour includes a 20-minute "Legends and Legacy Tram Tour" at Kualoa Ranch and admission to the Dole Plantation's pineapple gardens.
A grand presentation of Cajun and Creole cultures - Cajun Bayou tour, tours of two plantations, and a delicious Cajun lunch.
Make the highlight of your visit to Charleston a step back in time with this tour of Magnolia Plantation combined with a tour of the City of Charleston. Take the City Tour to see the French Quarter, the Rainbow Row of incredible homes in pastel colors, the Market, Old Citadel, and stop at the famed Battery overlooking Fort Sumter (where the first shot of the Civil War was fired). Then it's on to the Magnolia Plantation. Take the Plantation Nature Tram, visit the house, and peaceful and inspiring Biblical Garden.
Let us introduce you to Magnolia Plantation, the area's oldest plantation. Considered by many experts to be "the most beautiful garden in the world" for over one hundred years, its reputation today is kept alive by the plantings today which offer the maximum color possible during every season. There is beauty everywhere you turn!
Completely narrated tour to a 1730's plantation home and rice plantation, combined with a tour of the city of Charleston. Middleton Plantation's magnificent formal gardens have survived revolution, Civil War, and earthquake to remain one of the most lovely places to see in America today. This all day adventure also includes Charleston's most famous sights.
Completely narrated tour to a 1730's plantation home and rice plantation. The magnificent formal gardens have survived revolution, Civil War, and earthquake to remain one of the most lovely places to see in America today. Shuttle service to and from all downtown Historic area hotels and most of the hotels surrounding Charleston is included - a great alternative to locating an all day parking space! Middleton Place is about 30-40 minutes outside of Charleston.
See two fabulous plantations - Oak Alley and Laura. Your guide's stories of the Antebellum South prepare you for a pilgrimage back in time. From the River Road we see and hear all about Whitney, Josephine, and Evergreen Plantations.
Feel the gentle breeze of Southern hospitality on a tour that takes you back to the glory of the Old South! You'll experience a bygone era in one of the South’s most beautiful settings - Oak Alley Plantation, built in 1839. Your guided tour will reveal the fascinating stories of the home and its history. This includes a guided tour of the plantation home and narrated motorcoach transportation.
This living history attraction is world-renowned for its hands on environment, authenticity and powerful personal encounters with the 17th century Wampanoag and Colonial story. Exhibits include the Wampanoag Homesite, 17th century English Village, Crafts Center, and Mayflower II.
Explore another world in another time. Journey south from Boston to historic Plimoth Plantation where you will become part of the Pilgrims' 17th century world. Objects from the museum's collection are displayed in the Exhibit Gallery and an audio-visual presentation will give you a broad overview of the 1620 Plimoth Plantation. Time is provided to explore on your own at the waterfront area. You will also have the opportunity to view the Plymouth Rock, Mayflower II (admission included) or climb Cole's Hill.
Experience a picturesque journey to Poas Volcano & Sarchi. Drive past coffee, sugar and tropical plant plantations, and continues up through the cloud forest of Poas Volcano National Park. Admire the imposing Poás Volcano, visit a unique coffee plantation and enjoy the historic city of Sarchí and its craft artisans.
Your ticket to the heart of the South's must-see Gone With The Wind attractions including: The Road to Tara Museum and the Landmarks Through Tour.
Enjoy a scenic drive out of the city and along the shores of Lake Pontchartrain on this All Day Plantation Tour by Van from New Orleans. You will visit three plantations on the east bank of the Old River Road. Experience a journey back in time to the Antebellum South.
Visit two of the most famous rum attractions in Barbados - the Mount Gay Rum distillery and St. Nicholas Abbey - on an unforgettable tour.
From two different perspectives, you can enjoy a unique journey back to the early days of Louisiana on this combination tour. Visit the Manchac Swamp, and as your boat drifts through the waterways, you will learn about the Louisiana Wetlands, the inhabitants of the swamp - particularly the life and habits of the American alligator. You'll also visit your choice of two historic Louisiana plantations - Oak Alley or Laura. And, this tour includes hotel pickup from most New Orleans, Metairie and Kenner hotels.
Enjoy a full day tour to Charleston from Myrtle Beach. Travel by motorcoach to one of the most historic and lovely cities in America. In Charleston, you will enjoy a one hour horse-drawn Carriage Tour through the city's historic neighborhoods and business district. Also on your itinerary is free time for shopping in the Historic Market. You'll also take a Harbor Cruise on the Carolina Belle with a Box Lunch provided. And, on your return trip to Myrtle Beach, there's a stop to visit Boone Hall Plantation - one of America's
The Battle of Franklin was among the bloodiest of the Civil War, and you'll visit a farmhouse that was right in the middle of this historic battle. Hear the stories of Union and Confederate soldiers who fought and died in these fields. You'll also visit the quaint town of Franklin and the Carnton Plantation.
Get away from the modern world and join us on an half day adventure to the countryside of Ixtapa! Learn about the original Mexico, visit nearby fruit plantations and experience a taste of the real Mexico in an authentic fishing village.
Take a tour of Destrehan Plantation - an antebellum mansion established in 1787 just outside New Orleans - and be transported to another time in Southern history. A costumed guide will lead you around the gorgeous property and educate you on the Destrehan Family legacy. This tour does not include transportation to the Plantation, located about 20 miles from downtown New Orleans.