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Cumberland River Cruise: Nashville – St. Louis

Rates & Dates:

Trip Length: 8 Days/ 7 Nights

Prices from: $4,540 pp/do*

Single Price: $6,130 pp

Sale: Save up to $2500 Off Per Stateroom on Select 2017 Departures!!
Book by: 05/27/2017

2017 Dates: Aug 12, 19; Sept 9, 16, 23, 30

2018 Dates: Aug 11, 18; Sept 8, 15, 22, 29

Ships: The Queen of the Mississippi

Notes: Port Fees $250 pp.
*Per Person/Double Occupancy. Special Single Rates apply where listed.

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The Cumberland River is a historic route of music, cuisine, and love of all things Southern. Cruise along the River on the Queen of the Mississippi paddlewheel, relaxing perhaps in the Sky Lounge (pictured below) while you watch the rocky cliffs and national forests drift by.

Riverboat Sky Lounge

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Cumberland River CruiseDay 1: Embark in Nashville, TN

Start your cruise off on the right foot, with a Nashville City Tour! Take a stroll through Music City USA and see the Country Music Hall of Fame Museum, Honkey Tonk Row and the full-size replica of the Parthenon.

Day 2: Clarksville, TN

The small town of Clarksville industrialized during the Civil War, and you can visit the US Post Office and Customs House built in 1898 for tobacco trade. Commissioned by President Grover Cleveland, the now-museum is one of the most photographed buildings in Tennessee. Have your cameras ready!

Day 3: Dover, TN

The complimentary shore excursion in Dover is a trip to the Fort Donelson National Military Park, an important fort during the Civil War because of its proximity to the river. View the cannons and learn about the major battles fought.

Day 4: Cruising Lake Barkley

Relax in one of the onboard lounges and enjoy the company of your new friends while you take a spin along the shoreline of Lake Barkley in western Kentucky.

Day 5: Paducah, KY

Whether you know how to create them or not, the displays at the National Quilt Museum will leave you in awe! This stop is included in the complimentary City Tour. Other options for the day include the River Heritage Museum or the Art Demonstration Tour at the Artist Relocation Program in LowerTown.

Day 6: Cape Girardeau, MO

The original trading post, founded in 1773 by Jean Baptiste de Giradot, is filled with reminders of days past – from the Mississippi River Tales Mural to the Confederate War Memorial.

Day 7: Chester, IL

“The City of Popeye” is open to you! The birthplace of Popeye-creator Elzie Segar has marked the town with statues of beloved Popeye characters, and continues to add new statues each year. Everyone will line up to get their picture taken with the 6-foot-tall bronze statue of Popeye!

Day 8: Disembark in St. Louis, MO

Photo Credit: American Cruise Lines