The American Queen, the largest steamboat ever built, is a journey through time as you get to experience sailing on a ship styled with the elegance and opulence of American Victorian décor.
Served by an all-American crew, dining on the American Queen is an absolute treat. In the grand and beautifully decorated J.M. White Dining Room, you’ll find a delicious feast that includes hot beignets, bananas foster, and French toast for breakfast while having a sumptuous five-course dinner.
If you prefer lighter options, the Front Porch Café offers wonderful Al fresco lunch and dinner menus with a morning Early Riser Coffee event and ice creams and cookies in the afternoon.
The River Grill & Bar is an equally exceptional opportunity for al fresco dining, with delicious BBQ grill meals and fresh salads available whenever you want.
As an extra treat, the American Queen also has some adventurous midnight options at the Engine Room Bar’s Moonlight Supper.
The American Queen offers nightly entertainment in the elegant Grand Saloon. With the elegance of a 19th century opera house and touches of the Ford’s Theater on the side, be treated to extravagant cultural performances and regional music.
Afterwards, you can join in the dance to a variety of jazz, blues, country and rock ‘n’ roll music in the Engine Room Bar or sing-a-long to the performance of a professional pianist in the Main Deck Lounge.
There is also the on board ‘Riverlorian’ and the wonderful lineup of guest historians who work hard to provide you with unforgettable history and lore of the places you visit on your cruise.
Besides giving cultural and
historical experiences for the mind, the American Queen has a state-of-the-art
gym to ensure that your body is also being looked after, as well as an expert
spa and masseur that gives you a selection of refreshing body treatments.