On the Nashville to St. Louis Cruise you will enjoy guided excursions on the Cumberland River. Tour the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, the National Quilt Museum in Paducah, and the Trail of Tears State Park in Cape Girardeau. Travel to Dover for a private tour of the historic battleground where Ulysses S. Grant won his first major Union victory.
Experience a relaxing day cruising Lake Barkley and admire panoramic views from the comfort of your private balcony. In the evening, listen to the finest Country, Jazz, and Rock n’ Roll music performed by our acclaimed onboard entertainers.
Nashville, Clarksville, Dover, Paducah, Cape Girardeau, Chester, St Louis
On our Cumberland River you will enjoy an extensive lineup of included excursions. The paid excursion and the Signature excursions need to be booked 30 days in advance.
The Nashville to St. Louis Cruise comes complete with a Complimentary Pre-Cruise Package, providing you with a seamless way to board the ship and explore the local area. Arrive the day before your scheduled cruise date and we will handle the rest.
A premium hotel is included, where you can enjoy the city at your leisure. On the morning of the cruise, meet in the hotel lobby after breakfast and we will transport you to the ship to begin your cruise. All luggage will be brought directly from the hotel and placed in your stateroom aboard the ship.
Pre-Cruise Packages must be reserved at least 30 days before your cruise date.
From the legendary Grand Ole Opry to the Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville is the official headquarters of country music. The lively streets are lined with art galleries and unique shops that welcome you at every turn. Consider touring The Hermitage, the home of President Andrew Jackson; the gardens of Cheekwood where more than 55,000 tulips bloom in the spring, or Gaylord Opryland's nine acres of indoor gardens and waterfalls.
Discover Clarksville, named for General George Rogers Clark, a frontier fighter, Revolutionary War hero, and brother of William Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. As you explore the city led by our local guides, learn how Clarksville rose as a major tobacco port during the 1800s. Tour the Don F. Pratt Memorial Museum which houses military memorabilia, or Dunbar Cave, one of the largest caves in the county.
The small town of Dover is a historic treasure as well as a place of scenic beauty. Home to Fort Donelson National Park, the town played a pivot role in the Civil War as the site of a major Union victory. Within Dover is the Cross Creeks National Wildlife Refuge, an over 8,000-acre habitat of waterfowl and plant life, as well as the Land Between Lakes National Recreation Area.
Located in Western Kentucky, explore Lake Barkley on a relaxing day of cruising. Take in the view of the beautiful shoreline from one of the Queen of the Mississippi's spacious, comfortable lounges, while enjoying the company of fellow guests.
Founded by William Clark (of Lewis and Clark), Paducah is known as a National Heritage Destination with many talented culinary artists, painters, potters, and jewelers creating and displaying their works there. Also known as “Quilt City,” there is plenty to do in Paducah from shopping to visiting one the many fine museums, to participating in a hands-on creative workshop at a local art gallery.
Enjoy the charming features of this historic town that was a French trading post and lively river port in the late 1800s. Today it boasts Civil War sites and a tranquil setting commemorating the Cherokee Trail of Tears. Marvel at the outdoor murals reflecting the area's rich heritage and enjoy shore excursions to Crisp Museum and the Old Vincent Church.
This most beautiful region of Illinois is located on the bluffs of the Mississippi River, with a diverse and storied history. Chester is also home to Popeye's creator Elzie C. Segar; you may see the sailor man's likeness in the town's six-foot-tall bronze metal statue.
Take in the Gateway Arch Riverfront, highlighted by the Gateway Arch, the largest man-made monument in the U.S. Enjoy St. Louis' many world-class attractions, including the Art Museum, Science Center, Anheuser-Busch Brewery, and the Missouri History Museum. End your day by relaxing at the Missouri Botanical Garden, one of the world’s most popular public gardens.
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|Aug-22||St. Louis, MO - Nashville, TN||8||Queen of the Mississippi||4,875||5,385||3,795||4,295||4,665||4,885||5,250||-||6,320||-|
|Aug-29||Nashville, TN - St. Louis, MO||8||Queen of the Mississippi||3,875||4,385||3,295||3,795||4,165||4,385||4,750||-||5,820||-|
|Sep-05||St. Louis, MO - Nashville, TN||8||Queen of the Mississippi||4,230||4,780||3,575||4,105||4,505||4,745||5,130||-||6,285||-|
|Sep-12||Nashville, TN - St. Louis, MO||8||Queen of the Mississippi||5,230||5,780||4,075||4,605||5,005||5,245||5,630||-||6,785||-|
|Sep-19||St. Louis, MO - Nashville, TN||8||Queen of the Mississippi||5,230||5,780||4,075||4,605||5,005||5,245||5,630||-||6,785||-|
|Sep-26||Nashville, TN - St. Louis, MO||8||Queen of the Mississippi||5,230||5,780||4,075||4,605||5,005||5,245||5,630||-||6,785||-|
Price Per Person in USD
We are authorized to offer all official American Cruise Lines discounts. No two promotions can be combined. promotions may vary and need to be confirmed before booking.
Cruises depart at 1:30 p.m. or earlier if all passengers have arrived. Passengers may board after 11:30 a.m. Crew members will carry your luggage to your stateroom. Passengers are recommended to arrive no later than 12:30 p.m
Every American Cruise Lines shore excursion falls into one of three categories: 1) FEATURED shore excursions are complimentary. Featured excursions are selected excursions which typically are offered daily on Columbia & Snake River, Mississippi River, and Alaska Cruises. 2) PREMIUM shore excursions typically cost between $20 and $70 and may be purchased on board with your Hotel Manager. 3) SIGNATURE shore excursions are particularly unique excursions with limited availability and which often cost more than $70. We recommend that you reserve these excursions in advance with your Cruise Specialist.
Single cabins are available on all ships. If one person chooses to occupy a double stateroom he/she will be charged 150% or 175% of the double occupancy rate depending on the type of stateroom occupied.
A deposit of $500.00 per person is required to confirm any reservation on trips of 9 nights or less, and a deposit of $900.00 per person is required to confirm any reservation on trips of 10 nights or more. Final payment is due 90 days prior to the sailing date. Any Reservation made within 90 days of the departure date must be accompanied by full payment and is subject to Cancellation Terms.
Casual sportswear is suggested during the day. Casual country club attire is recommended in the evenings and for dinner. Comfortable walking shoes, windbreaker, sweater for cool evenings, and light rainwear are also recommended items.
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Built in 2015, Queen of the Mississippi offers an authentic paddlewheeler experience with all the comforts of home.
Guests can enjoy large staterooms with private balconies, hotel-style bathrooms, and complimentary room service. Experience breathtaking scenery from the privacy of your stateroom as the Queen of the Mississippi makes its way down the legendary river.
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