Enjoy an afternoon on the Mighty Mississippi River while eating free pizza on this fun boat tour!
Individual public reservations are available May 20th.
May 2 – May 19 May 20 – May 29 May 30 – Sept 6 Sept 7 – Oct 25 Sightseeing Cruises
1.5 hrs except 11:00am Sun – 2 hrs
11:00 AM Daily 11:00 AM &
1:30 PM Daily
11:00 AM &
1:30 PM Daily
1:30 PM Daily
11:00 AM Sat & Sun
(11:00 AM Avail. to Groups Mon-Fri)
1.5 hrs complimentary pizza and unlimited beer and soda
5:30 PM Fri 5:30 PM Wed & Fri 3:30 PM Sat & Sun
5:30 PM Wed & Fri
3:30 PM Sat
3:30 PM Sun (ends 9/13)
5:30 PM Wed (ends 10/14)
*Friday Night Dinner Cruises
2 hrs w/ live music
Available to Groups 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM (ends 9/27) *Saturday Night Dinner Cruises
2.5 hrs w/ live music “lock thru”
6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM *Sunday Captains Brunch
2 hrs “lock thru”
11:00 AM 11:00 AM 11:00 AM 11:00 AM *Three Hour Cruises
w/ meal “lock thru”
On occasion a 3 hr cruise may supersede a Sightseeing Cruise
*Pizza/Lunch/Dinner Cruises Available to Groups Available to Groups Available to Groups Available to Groups
“lock thru” will occur on selected cruises if conditions are permitting
*We frequently add cruises to our schedule, please call for updates.
*Charters may prevail on ALL cruises
*Advanced reservations are required on all meal (*) cruises.
WI Sales Tax. Gratuity, Port Charge Not Included
Gift Certificates are available
Feast on a delicious chicken and prime-rib dinner while relaxing to live music on this Mississippi River tour!
- 2.5 hours Duration 2.5 hours
- All ages Ages All ages
- 6:00 p.m. Start time 6:00 p.m.
Cruise on the Mighty Mississippi!
See the historical sites and local wildlife of the beautiful Upper Mississippi River!
Step back in time when you come aboard our replica paddlewheel river boat!
Choose from our tasty brunch, lunch, pizza, and dinner buffet-style cruises!
About La Crosse Queen Cruises
Cruise back in time and explore the Upper Mississippi with us! The La Crosse Queen is a modern-day replica of the grand river boats that plied the Mississippi River in the early 1900s. Cruising out of La Crosse, Wisconsin, she is one of the few authentic Mississippi River paddlewheel river boats still in operation in the United States today. In keeping with early traditions, she was built with sternwheels that are her only means of propulsion.
The La Crosse Queen has a split sternwheel, and each half is run by a twin diesel engine that powers hydraulic motors, which turn the paddles. The split paddlewheel gives the Queen greater maneuverability and dependability. This is in contrast to most Mississippi River paddlewheelers in operation today that have a “free wheeling” paddlewheel at the stern of the boat for visual effect, but have traditional screw-type engines hidden for their real means of propulsion.
The La Crosse Queen is U.S. Coast Guard inspected for safety and is licensed to carry up to 149 passengers.