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Offer ID: 1455115

21-night Complete Mississippi River Cruise

from $17,360
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Optional Private Excursion
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New Orleans Destination Guide
Arrive
06/09/23
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06/09/23
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Oak Alley Plantation
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06/10/23
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06/10/23
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This beautiful antebellum home done in a classic Greek-revival style is a popular attraction in Vacherie, Louisiana. Oak Alley plantation is located on the Mississippi River between the historic cities of Baton Rouge and New Orleans. Many festivals are held here including the Fall Arts & Crafts Show, and the Christmas Bonfire Party. The plantation has been featured in popular movies and shows such as, Interview with the Vampire and Ghost Hunters. Tours of the planation grounds are available. Visitors may also be interested to know that there also a number of other plantations in the area known for their history, gardens, antiques and restaurants.

Houmas House
Arrive
06/11/23
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06/11/23
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Houmas House Plantation and Gardens is so much more than just a tour of a grand antebellum estate. Experience the southern splendor of "The Sugar Palace" when you step into 16 rooms filled with period antiques and Louisiana artwork.

Baton Rouge Destination Guide
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06/12/23
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06/12/23
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St. Francisville Destination Guide
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06/13/23
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06/13/23
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Natchez Destination Guide
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06/14/23
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Depart
06/14/23
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Vicksburg Destination Guide
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06/15/23
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06/15/23
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Greenville
Arrive
06/16/23
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Depart
06/16/23
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Memphis Destination Guide
Arrive
06/17/23
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Depart
06/17/23
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New Madrid
Arrive
06/18/23
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Depart
06/18/23
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New Madrid offers visitors an array of natural, historic and recreational opportunities unique to Missouri. Boat trips on the Mississippi River allows for visitors to get some fishing time in while enjoying the dense Missouri foliage. The abundance of wildlife in New Madrid make hunting a popular sport with locals and visitors. To learn more about the area and its role during the Civil War visitors may take a tour at the Mississippi River Observation Deck or Historical Museum.

Cape Girardeau
Arrive
06/19/23
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Depart
06/19/23
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A friendly river town along the mississippi, Cape Girardeau is dotted with majestic white oaks, and natural beauty. At the Trail of Tears State Park there are numerous trails, and opportunity for hiking, backpacking, and horseback riding. Other attractions include historical heritage homes, museums, and Fort D a site from the Civil War.

Chester
Arrive
06/20/23
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Depart
06/20/23
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Known as the "Home of Popeye," the famous cartoon sailor, Chester is a river town along the Mississippi River in Illinois. It is a town marked with history, where writers like Charles Dickens and Mark Twain visited during their travels, and the Liberty Bell of the West-a gift from King Louis XV of France and older than the more well-known Liberty Bell in Philadelphia-is located on Kaskaskia Island.

St. Louis Destination Guide
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06/21/23
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06/21/23
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Mississippi River Cruising
Arrive
06/22/23
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Depart
06/22/23
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The Mississippi River is the third longest river system in the world - stretching approximately 2,350 miles from Lake Itasca to the Gulf of Mexico. To enable travel upstream from St. Louis, 29 locks and dams have been built between there and Minneapolis. The Mississippi River is the reason the Twin Cities St. Paul and Minneapolis exist. Used by Native Americans for trade, food, and water long before Europeans visited the “New World,” the Mississippi River and its watershed is a major contributor to the ecology, culture, politics and economy North America. Congress established Mississippi National River and Recreation Area in 1988. The park’s boundaries enclose about 54,000 acres and 72 miles of river - a significant and representative stretch of the Mississippi. They contain the only gorge and waterfall on the main course of the entire 2,350 miles of river. From visitor centers to trails, from industrial centers to Mississippi River backwaters, this park has a bit of something for everyone.

Hannibal Destination Guide
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06/23/23
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Depart
06/23/23
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Fort Madison
Arrive
06/24/23
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Depart
06/24/23
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Fort Madison is a town whose namesake is the Midwest's oldest military garrison on the upper Mississippi River, built in 1808. The fortification was built in part to ensure the protection of the Louisiana Purchase. Guests can visit the old fort, and enjoy a step back in time as they try out candle-making, baking bread, and firing Springfield muskets. The city also contains the Albright Betsy Ross House, where the the ghost of Betsy Ross supposedly haunts, or check out the Sante Fe Bridge built in 1888, which remains the world's longest double deck swing-span bridge. Fort Madison's historic district remains nicely preserved, and provides visitors with an authentic look into the city's past.

Davenport Destination Guide
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06/25/23
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06/25/23
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Dubuque Destination Guide
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06/26/23
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06/26/23
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Mississippi River Cruising
Arrive
06/27/23
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Depart
06/27/23
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The Mississippi River is the third longest river system in the world - stretching approximately 2,350 miles from Lake Itasca to the Gulf of Mexico. To enable travel upstream from St. Louis, 29 locks and dams have been built between there and Minneapolis. The Mississippi River is the reason the Twin Cities St. Paul and Minneapolis exist. Used by Native Americans for trade, food, and water long before Europeans visited the “New World,” the Mississippi River and its watershed is a major contributor to the ecology, culture, politics and economy North America. Congress established Mississippi National River and Recreation Area in 1988. The park’s boundaries enclose about 54,000 acres and 72 miles of river - a significant and representative stretch of the Mississippi. They contain the only gorge and waterfall on the main course of the entire 2,350 miles of river. From visitor centers to trails, from industrial centers to Mississippi River backwaters, this park has a bit of something for everyone.

Winona
Arrive
06/28/23
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Depart
06/28/23
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This small town is built upon an island in the middle of the Mississippi River, between scenic limestone bluffs and bejeweled with vintage, 19th century architecture and picturesque neighborhoods. Many opportunities for history and art lovers are here, as the town has a thriving arts community and numerous museums, galleries and festivals. Outdoor and further afield, Eagle watching awaits at the National Eagle Center, wine tasting at Seven Hawks Vineyard in nearby Fountain City, or hiking the Great River Bluffs park.

Red Wing Destination Guide
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06/29/23
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06/29/23
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St. Paul
Arrive
06/30/23
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Depart
06/30/23
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St. Paul has historic landmarks, museums, sightseeing, shopping, and accommodations to fit every budget. The casinos bring Las Vegas thrill, and the rugged mountains cater to the outdoor enthusiast. St. Paul has attractions and activities for a family on vacation, someone visiting for business, or a couple searching for romance. Amusement parks, museums, historic sites, shopping, fine dinging, and educational attractions including: The Science Museum of Minnesota, Historic Lowertown and the Valleyfair Family Amusement Park are all within minutes from anywhere in St. Paul.

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1455115

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