MISSISSIPPI RIVERBOAT CRUISE 9 DAYS MEMPHIS TO NEW ORLEANS
American Queen Steamboat Company
Sail Date: Sunday, Apr 25, 2021
Return Date: Monday, May 3, 2021
I have always wanted to sail down the Mississippi on a classic paddlewheeler. Here is a great itinerary!
Complimentary Hop-On Hop-Off shore excursions in each port of call
Complimentary hotel stay the night before your voyage - includes breakfast, taxes, porterage and transfers to the vessel*
All onboard meals, including both fine dining and casual cuisine
24-Hour Room Service
Complimentary wine and beer with dinner
Complimentary cappuccino, espresso, specialty coffees, tea, bottled water and soft drinks throughout your voyage
Gracious service from a friendly, all-American staff
Daily lectures by the Riverlorian, an onboard historian
A dedicated fleet of deluxe motorcoaches
Sunday - Apr 25, 2021 Memphis
Enjoy your complimentary stay at the pre-cruise hotel. The evening is yours to become acquainted with the city. The Hospitality Desk will be located in the hotel and the friendly staff can assist with everything from general questions about your upcoming voyage to reserving premium experiences.
Monday - Apr 26, 2021Memphis,
Memphis, United States
Memphis has a plethora of places to visit and things to do for all guests. Embrace the city that has been coined not only the home of the blues but also the birthplace of rock 'n' roll. Boogie on down to Beale Street - alive with quirky places to indulge in some Southern barbeque
Tuesday - Apr 27, 2021 Greenville,
The Mississippi Delta is more than a geographical region. It is a way of life - a true cultural experience based on agriculture, music, and history. These small river towns have been the inspiration of authors, musicians, and artists for centuries.
Wednesday - Apr 28, 2021Vicksburg,
Vicksburg perfectly blends Southern culture and heritage with exciting modern attractions. As a major battle site during the Civil War, this Southern town carries a history unlike any other. Learn about the historic conflicts of the city, taste its cuisine, visit the many museums
Thursday - Apr 29, 2021Natchez,
It seems as if history fell asleep and awoke unscathed by the changing of times in this magical port. This charming river town was founded in 1716, making it the oldest city on the Mississippi River. It's known for its elegance, hospitality, and impressive preservation of history
Friday - Apr 30, 2021 St Francisville,
St. Francisville today is a testament to the lifestyle of a bygone era, with its plethora of charming antebellum-period homes and striking architecture. With over 140 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, beautiful plantation homes nestled in the rolling countryside, and bustling Main ...
Saturday - May 1, 2021 baton Rouge
Baton Rouge grants a strikingly different experience from those of the small-town stops throughout the journey. In this energetic port, history-facing museums and landmarks fraternize with forward-looking art and industry to offer a personalized encounter to each visitor.
Sunday - May 2, 2021 Nottoway Plantation, United States
American Queen Steamboat Company features an exclusive port at Nottoway Plantation. While the boat is docked, visit the sugarcane estate - the largest standing antebellum mansion in the South. Nottoway Plantation is an intricate building with impressive detail.
Monday - May 3, 2021 New Orleans
New Orleans's Creole, Cajun, and other diverse residents blended to develop art, cuisine, music, and general culture unlike any other in the United States. Uncover the treasures of the city as you indulge in iconic cuisine spiced with the cultural flavors of the city's past, explore the unique sites ...
Inside from $2,599pp
Riverview from $4,299pp
Suite from $5,199pp
Travel insurance recommended. Airfare extra.
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