This is a good activity to go back in time. It is the only real steam boat on the Mississippi. We had lunch on board an it was very good. It is nice to sit outside and enjoy the scenery with a beer!
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Dinner was OK, the music was great, as was the view of the city lights from the river. I loved being able to enter the engine room and see/read how the power plant/propulsion system works.
Great and informative trip done the Mississippi on this steam paddle ship -- well worth the money -- good commentary and great to see the inside workings of the steam engine room
We took the evening cruise with dinner. Boarding was efficient and as we had booked on the first sitting, we were soon impressed with the restaurant area. There are 2 sittings for food, the main difference being in that the first sitting the boat is...More
We couldn't get in the Jazz brunch at Commander's Palace and found this a good alternative. You get everything in one place: the food is worth it, the Jazz is nice, the view pleasant. I would recommend buying the brunch. And then, we realized we...More
What a great cruise! Even though the temperatures were a little chilly New Year’s Eve weekend, we still enjoyed this cruise down the Mississippi River. It was very convenient to order tickets on the website online, but you still have to go to the ticket...More
Not sure what I expected on this excursion. The steamboat itself was interesting to explore and the 2 hour tour did give you insight into New Orleans history. It may have been better if the weather was warmer - too cold to sit outside on...More
We did this on our last day in New Orleans and it was a lot of fun. The tour and history is nice. The band was terrific. The meal was delicious. We were just off the cruise ship and we thought the meal was the...More
I like boats. I like being on the water. Luckily, my girlfriend does too which is why we often find boat tour type things to do while on vacation. We had walked past the Steamboat Natchez during an earlier visit to New Orleans and both...More