Mississippi River cruises start from several different cities, including Memphis, St. Louis, New Orleans and Nashville. Travelers can choose a cruise on the Lower Mississippi, Upper Mississippi or the entire river. Sever... More »

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The Lower Mississippi River Cruise, the Big Bang Swing Cruise and the Civil War Cruise are some of the river cruises in Mississippi, as of 2015. Starting at New Orleans or Memphis, these cruises travel along the part of ... More »

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Weekend and overnight riverboat cruises include the Spirit of Peoria's Starved Rock State Park, St. Louis and Land of Lincoln cruises as well as the Twilight Riverboat's cruises from LeClaire to Dubuque and Dubuque to Gu... More »

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Starting in northern Minnesota, the Mississippi River flows by Minneapolis, St. Louis, Memphis, Baton Rouge and New Orleans. The fourth longest river in the world goes through or forms the border of 10 states. More »

The Lower Mississippi River Cruise, the Big Bang Swing Cruise and the Civil War Cruise are some of the river cruises in Mississippi, as of 2015. Starting at New Orleans or Memphis, these cruises travel along the part of ... More »

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Two companies that offer Mississippi River cruises are American Cruise Lines and the American Queen Steamboat Company. One-way and round-trip cruises are available on several ships. More »

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Companies that offer Mississippi River boat cruises include American Queen Steamboat Company, Paradise Charter Cruises and American Cruise Lines. American Queen Steamboat Company and American Cruise Lines offer cruises c... More »

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