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Steamboat Natchez Jazz Dinner Cruise

By: Gray Line
From US$48.00
  • See unique New Orleans from the Mississippi River 
  • Get your culture fix with onboard, live jazz music
  • Add a Creole-style dinner to avoid the hassle of crowded restaurants
Steamboat Natchez Jazz Dinner Cruise
From US$48.00
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7:00PM - No Dinner
Steamboat Natchez Evening Jazz Sightseeing Cruise - No Dinner (Boarding Begins at 6PM)
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Steamboat Natchez Evening Jazz Cruise with Dinner (Boarding Begins at 6PM)
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Steamboats played a major role in the 19th century on the Mississippi River, and this tour offers a whole evening of New Orleans fun aboard a paddle-wheel steamboat. Enjoy unique views of the city without having to deal with crowded streets, and save time and money by combining a cruise with a night of live jazz and Creole-style dinner (if option selected).
What to Expect
Your cruise takes off from the docks near Toulouse Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Board your ship up to an hour before your departure time. The paddle-wheel steamboat, Steamboat Natchez, is one of the last of its kind in the area.

Once out on the Mississippi River, relax on the outdoor deck or inside in the cabin, and take in views of the city in the distance. As you float down the river, enjoy jazz music performed by the Grammy-nominated Dukes of Dixieland.

If you’ve upgraded your cruise ticket to include dinner, pile your plate full of Creole-style food from the buffet table. The bread pudding is a popular dessert choice.

Your cruise ends back in the French Quarter. If you’re looking for something to do afterward, there’s a booming nightlife scene nearby.
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1 - 5 of 68 reviews

Reviewed yesterday
Good experience

Enjoyed the whole experience. Meal was a bit manic as it was self-service and there were a lot of people on both sittings. Were on second sitting so missed the setting sun and the lights over New Orleans. Would recommend you take the first sitting...More

Thank Keith G
Reviewed yesterday
Just alright for kill a few hours

booked the lunch cruise, the dining room was so crowded at our seating time, we skipped it so I cant rate the food. there were several class trips of school children on our ride, and they were literally running all around the boat. wasn't the...More

1  Thank petunia57
Reviewed 3 days ago
The food is nothing special but the trip itself is worth it.

This is a very large paddle-wheeler and the paddle-wheel is actually doing the pushing, unlike some I've seen. the dinner was good enough but the service was excellent. They had a outstanding jazz band playing and the view was wonderful. They have 2 dinner times...More

Thank Wyosoldier
Reviewed 1 week ago
Too many smokers

If we had known that smoking was allowed everywhere outside, we would not have gone. The only inside non-smoking places are for eating, and we hadn’t chosen that option, and a couple of bar areas. It’s particularly bad before the boat actually leaves, around 7:10...More

1  Thank randyinpv2
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Dinner Cruise

We did the dinner cruise without dinner and it was great, we were allowed to bring snacks and non alcoholic drinks on board so there was not need for the dinner. The view was stunning, we got to see the sun set and when we...More

Thank Ashley A
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James S
19 May 2018|
Response from ddwaller1 | Reviewed this property |
yes but you would restricted to the first floor.
18 May 2018|
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Response from Phil W | Reviewed this property |
It is a 2 hour cruise with the dinner cruise ending at 9pm
15 May 2018|
Response from randyinpv2 | Reviewed this property |
We booked it through our hotel, but there are small visitor center/kiosks all over the French Quarter. You can probably do it online as well, but we didn’t check out that option.
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