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Natchez Steamboat

Natchez Steamboat Natchez Steamboat Photo: Joe Mazzola via Flickr

New Orleans is among the oldest cities in the US and it has gained popularity from its yearly festivals such as the Mardi Gras Festival. The city was devastated by Hurricane Katrina in 2005 that caused a great damage to various parts of the city. In spite of the disaster, New Orleans returned to its normal pace and is still catering the needs of residents and tourists alike.

If you’re planning to spend a vacation in New Orleans, you’ll be glad to know that it features fabulous attractions and has a rich culture. Once you step in the place, you’ll realize that there are a lot to explore. One of these is the Natchez Steamboat that offers a one or two-day guided cruises. It also features different luxurious restaurants that offer nightly live music.

The Natchez Steamboat offers a relaxing and fun way to see the city as the authentically-restored steamboat brings you back to the days of Mark Twain and riverboat gamblers. Kids under the age of six are free whenever they ride with their parents.

Life in the 1800s was never better than on board a steamboat that’s headed down the Mississippi to revive those days. Choose a 2-hour harbor cruise and make sure to try a few of the onboard restaurants that serve delicious meals and feature live music.

New Orleans is definitely a must see and one of a kind place. Experiencing the offers of the Natchez Steamboat is one of the best ways to explore the city and know its rich culture and history. 

Information

Hours:
Mar 1 – Oct 31: 9am, 12pm & 2pm Daily
Nov 1 – Dec 31: 9am & 2pm Daily
Address/Map:  Toulouse St, New Orleans, LA
Phone: (504) 569-1401
Website: Plan your visit to Natchez Steamboat