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Cajun Holiday Tea with Papa Noel

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Come pass a good time aboard the Paddlewheeler Creole Queen with Papa Noel, Mrs. Noel, Gaston the Gator and other jolly Cajun characters during this enchanting family festivity. Enjoy a classic holiday tea with tempting treats, storytelling, face painting, magic tricks, children’s activities, and merriment while cruising the mighty Mississippi. Come hold a real live alligator and, as lagniappe, each child gets a special present. Seating is limited, so make your reservations early!

For adults, $20 bottomless mimosas available for purchase on board! 

Basic Information: 

Two cruise times available: 

December 8, 2024 - Duration: 2 Hours 

FIRST CRUISE - Boarding: 10:00am - Cruising: 10:30am to 12:00pm 

SECOND CRUISE - Boarding: 1:30pm - Cruising: 2:00pm to 3:30pm

 

 Menu:

  • Assorted Fruit
  • Winter Salad with Choice of 3 Salad Dressings
  • Chicken Tenders served with Ketchup & Honey Mustard
  • Chicken Alfredo -Mac & Cheese
  • Seafood Etouffee
  • Fresh Roasted Vegetables
  • Hot Dog Station: Shredded Cheese, Chopped Onion, Relish, Mustard, Ketchup, Mayo & Chilli
  • Assorted Cookies
  • Mini Holiday Cupcakes
  • Bread Pudding

Price (taxes are included):

  • Adult: $69.00
  • Children (3-12): $49.00
  • Children (0-2): $10.00

 

Miscellaneous:

Advanced Pre-Paid Reservations Required 

Cruise times may be altered or canceled due to weather and safety concerns. 

Reservation & Cancellation Policies: 

  • All reservations must be prepaid by credit card and are subject to availability 
  • Sales for the Cajun Holiday Tea are final and tickets are non-transferable 
  • Guests purchasing tour, cruises or tickets will recieve tickets at ticketbooth adjacent to the Creole Queen.
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