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Steamboat Natchez

400 Toulouse St., Steamboat Natchez Dock, New Orleans, LA 70130
+1 504-569-1401
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Cruise back in time aboard the Steamboat NATCHEZ,the last authentic steamboat on the Mississippi River. Depart from the heart of the historic French Quarter on our daily Harbor Cruise at 11:30am & 2:30pm. Board to the sounds of the Steam Calliope, followed by a trip to the museum quality steam engine room, live historic and port narration brings the Mississippi River alive during your two-hour cruise. Optional food is prepared on-board Monday-Saturday. Sundays are perfect when you join our Steamboat Natchez Jazz Brunch. Full bar available and "small plate"snack bar open Monday-Saturday in the Captain's Salon. And for a truly unique view of the City of New Orleans board the Steamboat Natchez for our Evening Jazz Cruise at 7:00pm with the Grammy nominated Dukes of Dixieland. Choose Dinner aboard with New Orleans style food prepared with fresh ingredients, special seasonings and love, buffet style - sure to please those who want to experience our local cuisine. Southern hospitality is in large supply at our fully stocked bar and our mixologists will dazzle you with their specialty drinks.
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400 Toulouse St., Steamboat Natchez Dock, New Orleans, LA 70130
French Quarter
+1 504-569-1401
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As a regular visiter to New Orleans this one of the things we just had never done. Not a bad experience. Dinner was a buffet with both prime rib and roast pork plus several New Orleans specialties. The food is good but definitely not the...More

Thank Tony S
Reviewed 2 days ago

The steamboat itself is fascinating. Lots of history and nice views from the boat. Skip the lunch buffet. The food was ok but not worth the extra cost. Eat before/after the tour.

Thank back2stacey
Reviewed 2 days ago

We attended the dinner cruise and had a great time. It is easy walking distance from the Westin. The cruise itself is beautiful at night. They provided a cute caliope concert while we were waiting to board. The Jazz is from emmy nominated Dukes of...More

Thank Rosanne211
Reviewed 3 days ago

As New Orleans was an important trading port, it witnessed progress of boats and ships. Around the boarding dock, there are historical pictures and briefings on steamboat uses in the past. Also at the boat itself, we can get first hand experience on steamboat engines...More

Thank Azrinsyah
Reviewed 5 days ago

This was a two for one deal, you are able to enjoy a great lunch and learn a little city history at the same time. The Steamboat was a nice chance to see sights along the Mississippi River. The staff was great and the food...More

Thank Surlecn
Reviewed 5 days ago

We chose the lunch option and I wish we opted out of the lunch, food was below average and the dining room was not big enough. So we took our food outside and luckily some of it blew away. The staff where polite & I...More

Thank mzlaura1
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We took it after reaching New Orleans as we were eager to know about the River Mississippi. The cost was 32 USD with out lunch and the cruise lasted two hours with excellent commentary about the history of the river and all that is existing...More

Thank Priyadsrsi
Reviewed 5 days ago

The steamboat Natchez was a good outing for the afternoon, live jazz brunch and a 2 hour cruise down the Mississippi River good narrative on the cruise the band was good the food was just OK over all I would tell people to try it.

Thank Rose M
Reviewed 1 week ago

My wife and I went on the Jazz Dinner tour as part of a 40th anniversary. The jazz band was great and seeing the sights at night on the Mississippi was wonderful! I highly recommend the tour but the dinner cost was not worth it....More

Thank HoustonTexan57
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It was a day of lousy rainy weather, but I had purchased our tickets for the lunch/jazz cruise months in advance so we were willing to make the best of it. When we boarded the boat, we were informed that once we had eaten we...More

Thank Adrienne C
French Quarter
A small and teeming network of laissez-faire living
lounged out on the balmy banks of the Mighty
Mississippi, the French Quarter has long been a port
of call for folks in search of a good time and a great
story. Perpetually inebriated Bourbon Street runs
across its midriff like a strand of cheap ribbon tied
around an otherwise rather pretty and impressively
well-kept vintage dress. Throughout the rest of the
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October 23, 2017|
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Response from AdrienneGLNOSC | Property representative |
The menus are also posted on the first drop down, below the cruise information. They menu is different for lunch, brunch and dinner.
October 2, 2017|
Response from Katy208 | Reviewed this property |
umm.just skip it all together..food was terrible and so was the view. Its a working river therefor all industrial. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. :(
September 8, 2017|
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Response from Diana W | Reviewed this property |
Pretty much all of downtown French Quarter will be celebrating New Years. There will be celebrating in the streets and it will be extremely crowded. If you plan on dinner, book reservations asap. Go to New Orleans city... More