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Upper Mississippi River Cruise: St. Louis – St.Paul

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Trip Length: 8 Days/ 7 Nights

Prices from: $3,995 pp/do*

Single Price: $5,130 pp

2018 Dates: Jul 28; Aug 4, 11, 18, 25; Sept 1; Oct 2, 6.

Ships: America
The Queen of the Mississippi

Notes: Port Fees not included in fare
*Per Person/Double Occupancy. Special Single Rates apply where listed.

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Two magnificent paddlewheelers are cruising the Upper Mississippi River: the Queen of the Mississippi and the America. Escape the heat of Summer with the cool breezes from the river. Work your way up the river through the upper midwest states Missouri, Iowa, Wisconsin, and Minnesota!

Relax on the rocking chairs on deck as you watch the shoreline alongside the Upper Mississippi River go by. Rock on the deck as you float on the Mississippi River. Enjoy the breeze from the Mississippi River.

2018 Theme Cruises: Mark Twain Tribute Cruise

The Upper Mississippi River is prime location to discuss one of the greatest American authors and commentators in our history: Mark Twain! Not only will you be cruising the river he loved so dearly, you’ll be able to visit the important Tom Sawyer town of Hannibal. The boyhood home of Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain), Hannibal is a great small river town for you to explore. Visit the actual home he grew up in, surrounded by the whitewashed fence. You can also visit Becky Hatcher’s home and Huck Finn’s home, and take your picture with the Tom and Huck Statue on Cardiff Hill.

2018 Dates:  August 25th; September 1st

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Upper Mississippi River itinerary map with ports of call.Day 1: Embark in St. Louis, MO

Explore the city, from the Gateway Arch on the riverfront to the Anheuser Busch Brewery stables to Forest Park. (City tour included for cruises ending in St. Louis)

Day 2: Hannibal, MO

Kick off your Mark Twain Tribute cruise in his boyhood hometown of Hannibal. Be sure to also visit the Interpretive Center, which houses 15 original Normal Rockwell paintings!

Day 3: River Cruising

Day 4: Davenport, IA

The complimentary shore excursion in Davenport visits the John Deere Pavilion and store. Learn the story of the company, and how John Deere continues to contribute to agricultural development. Another option in town is to visit the John Hauberg Indian Museum in the Black Hawk State Historic Site.

Day 5: Dubuque, IA

One of the oldest settlements west of the Mississippi, Dubuque is a fascinating town full of just about everything. The complimentary shore excursion includes a historic city tour. Dubuque has Victorian era attractions, and you’ll learn about the history of this beautiful town with stops at Mathias Ham House and the Old Jail Museum.

Day 6: La Crosse, WI

Enjoy the day at Riverside Park, where the Black River and La Crosse River join the Mississippi waters. Surrounding the town are the 500 ft bluffs including the Grandad Bluff mentioned by Mark Twain in his ‘Life on the Mississippi’.

Day 7: Red Wing, MN

Red Wing is a fantastic river town with much to explore. Take a bald eagle viewing cruise with Captain Rusty. Or tour the town on the Red Wing Trolley to visit local shops, art galleries, and antique stores. Or tour the Red Wing Pottery workshop, where they’ve been producing stoneware for three generations.

Day 8: Disembark in St. Paul, MN

Photo Credit: American Cruise Lines