The Mighty Mississippi | 23-Day Voyage

Cruise the entire length of the Mississippi River northbound, from New Orleans to Minneapolis. Enjoy all the wonder and history along the way, visiting bustling cities and small river towns that had stood the test of time.

Cruise Details

Clock23 Days & 22 Nights

Double Occupancy from $5,999 pp/do*

Single Occupancyfrom $6,999 pp

CalendarJune 23, 2019

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*Per person/double occupancy. Special single rates apply where listed. Excludes port fees.
Itineraries may operate in reverse.

Your Itinerary

    1Boutique Hotel Stay in New Orleans, LA

    2Embark in New Orleans, LA
    Welcome aboard the American Queen!

    3Nottoway, LA
    Explore the largest remaining antebellum deep south mansion in this included tour of Nottoway Plantation. This mansion is three floors, 64-bedrooms, and has 22 white square columns, contributing to its nickname, ‘The White Castle of Louisiana”.

    4St. Francisville, LA
    Sitting on the bluffs of the Mississippi, St. Francisville is a historic town with over 140 buildings on the National Register. Walk through Old Market Hall or Royal Street. Or purchase the optional tour of Angola Prison.

    5Natchez, MS
    Natchez Indians and the first French explorers shared this beautiful piece of the river for many years. Officially founded in 1716, Natchez is the oldest city on the Mississippi River. Wherever you go, you’ll experience another piece of history, including unique shops, restaurants, museums and the historic homes of Natchez.

    6Vicksburg, MS
    Civil War history is alive in Vicksburg, Lincoln’s ‘Key to the South.’ This vital river port city has since become a rich historical visit for tourists who want to learn about the battles of Vicksburg, as well as visit their museums.

    7Greenville, MS
    Greenville happens to be the birthplace of a handful of writers and is short jaunt to Indianola, the birthplace of B.B. King. The highlight of this stop is the premium shore excursion to Indianola for a B.B. King museum tour and stop at Club Ebony.

    8Leisurely River Cruising
    Spend a relaxing day on board the American Queen, enjoying the ship's many amenities.

    9Memphis, TN
    During a guided tour of Memphis, see it's popular attractions, including Beale Street, the Peabody Hotel. the Sun Studio, and the National Civil Rights Museum.

    10Leisurely River Cruising
    Spend a relaxing day on board the American Queen, enjoying the ship's many amenities.

    11New Madrid, MO
    Now that we’re on the Mississippi River, head to the New Madrid Historical Museum to learn more about the history of the river and this river town.

    12Paducah, KY
    Lowertown Arts District is a great area of Paducah to explore, including the National Quilt Museum – 13,000 sq ft of display space! What American treasures will you find in this small river town?

    13Cape Girardeau, MO
    This small town in the river was the inspiration for Mark Twain’s Life on the Mississippi. When you explore, be sure to visit the Cape River Heritage Museum. It’s a great snapshot at the history of the region, the river, and Missouri. Photo Op: Take a picture of yourself in the model steamboat or the tall-ladder fire truck! (Your grandkids will be so jealous!)

    14Chester, IL
    The home town of Elzie Crisler Segar, Chester is known as the Home of Popeye. Spot Popeye statues through streets as you make your way to the only Popeye museum in America.

    15St. Louis, MO
    Take a complimentary city tour of the Gateway City and learn it's importance as the starting point of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

    16Alton, IL
    The industrial city of Alton was once larger than Chicago, and is a product of the Steamboat Era, when it relied heavily on the river for its economy.

    17Hannibal, MO
    The hometown of Samuel Clemens, Hannibal has brought the stories of Mark Twain to life for you to explore around town. Visit his boyhood home, now a museum, as well as the caves explored by Tom and Huck and the homes of Becky Thatcher and Huckleberry Finn. Hannibal is also home to the Big River Train Town Model Train Museum and Ayers Pottery.

    18Leisurely River Cruising
    Spend a relaxing day on board the American Queen, enjoying the ship's many amenities.

    19Clinton, IA
    At the most Eastern point of Iowa sits Clinton, the former lumber capital of the United States, offering an authentic Dutch Windmill, multiple museums, and rolling fields farm land.

    20Dubuque, IA
    Iowa’s oldest city, and one of the oldest settlements on the west side of the Mississippi River, French-Canadian fur trader Julien Dubuque arrived in the area in 1785. This ‘All-American City’ has been home to many waves of immigrants, especially Irish and German, creating a thriving downtown and unique Historic Districts.

    21La Crosse, WI
    This city on the river was originally built for the lumber industry, but found new life in beer. Today, the architecture, statues and views of the river make it an artist’s dream.

    22Red Wing, MN
    Listed as a National Geographic Traveler’s Most Historic Places in the World, Red Wing was built on a thriving pottery industry. You can still admire the craftsmanship at the Red Wing Pottery Showroom and the Pottery Museum of Red Wing.

    23Disembark in Red Wing, MN
    You’ll bid the steamboat adieu, but perhaps you’ll want to stay in the city? Talk to our agents about extending your cruise with a hotel package.


Cabin Categories

Cabin Single Price Double Price
Owner's Suite W/ Exclusive Veranda$20,999 pp
Luxury Suite W/ Private or Open Veranda$17,199 pp
AAA Suite W/ Open Veranda$11,999 pp
AA Suite W/ Open Veranda$10,799 pp
A Suite W/ Private Veranda$10,799 pp
B Outside Stateroom W/ Open Veranda$10,199 pp
C Outside Stateroom W/ Open Veranda$9,699 pp
D Deluxe Stateroom W/ Bay Window$8,999 pp
E Inside Stateroom $5,999 pp
Single Outside Stateroom W/ Open Veranda$13,999
Single Inside Stateroom$6,999

Ship Read more about the American Queen

*Prices may vary due to seasonality

American Cuisine

Dining is an uniquely American experience aboard the ship. Local ingredients used to create regional delicasies will charm your tastebuds. In addition to the main dining room, there are also an alternative venue for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as 24-hour room service for your convenience.

Pre-Cruise Hotel

The first night of the vacation always includes a hotel night. This ensures that you are in the right city to board your boat on time. You’ll be rested and ready to go! Your breakfast and transfers to the boat are also included.

Hop-On/Hop-Off Bus

You’ll spot the buses right away – they look just like the ship! Two buses travel alongside the boat from port to port. At every port, you’ll be able to board these buses for the Hop-On Hop-Off shore excursions. The bus will have a set route in the town, and you can ride until you see someplace you want to go. Then catch the bus the next time it comes thru.

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The Mighty Mississippi | 23-Day Voyage

Book Now Request More Info

or call 800.578.1479