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Christmas Eve Dinner Jazz Cruise

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Spend an enchanting Christmas Eve in New Orleans on the Creole Queen! Enjoy unparalleled views of the city from our elegant, garland-adorned dining rooms or from the open air of our upper deck. Have a true Christmas, New Orleans style experience with a delicious Creole dinner and a live jazz band playing New Orleans and holiday favorites. After dinner, enjoy your favorite cocktails and sweet Mississippi River breezes on the promenade deck as the city skyline slips by under a canopy of stars. This is one-holiday tradition your family will never forget. 

 Cruise Details:

  •  Christmas Eve - December 24th 
  •  Duration: 3 hours
    • Boarding: 5:00 p.m. at the Riverwalk/Canal Street dock 
    • Departure: 6:00 p.m. - Return: 8:00 p.m.
  • Inclusions: River Cruise, Creole Buffet, Jazz Entertainment, Cash Bar and Taxes


  • Paddlewheeler Salad
  • Corn & Crab Bisque
  • Pecanwood Smoked Prime Rib With Au Jus
  • Whole Roasted Creole Marinated Turkey
  • Tasso Gravy
  • Scallop Potatoes
  • Traditional Oyster Dressing
  • Grilled Seasonal Vegetables
  • Dinner Rolls
  • Chocolate Chip Raspberry Bread Pudding
  • Assorted petite Cheesecakes
  • New Orleans Coffee & Tea


  • Adult with dinner: $99
  • Child (ages 3-12): $39 
  • Child (ages 0-3): FREE

Reservation & Cancellation Policies:

  • All reservations must be prepaid by credit card and are subject to availability.
  • Sales for the Christmas Eve Dinner cruise are final and tickets are non-transferable.
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