New Orleans Riverboat Cruises
One of the defining landmarks in the south is the Mississippi River. This long winding river that has been used for hundreds of years is something to behold. New Orleans is bordered by this massive and extensive river and not only that but it has become a fun adventure to travel the river. Give yourself a fun and memorable experience while visiting NOLA and take a ride up the river with a little cajun food and local Jazz music.
Several river cruises are offered and have all proven to be a great time for both a friendly adventure or one for the family. The Steamboat Natchez is an authentic steamboat that docks at the Toulouse Street Wharf. With live Jazz on every cruise you will surely be entertained. Not only that, but you get to visit the steam room yourself to view the steam engine! Kids are sure to love this adventure.
The Creole Queen Paddlewheeler has the capacity for 1000 passengers. This massive boat docks at Riverwalk Canal Street dock. With this 2.5 hour cruise you get to visit the Chalmette Battlefield, the site of the 1815 Battle of New Orleans. Prefer a little music with your cruise? Take the Jazz Dinner cruise where there is a live band and Creole buffet. Either way, its is a win.