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Relax this Thanksgiving by taking the family to the Paddlewheeler Creole Queen's Thanksgiving Celebration on the Mississippi River. Skip the stress of cooking a full meal and leave it to the Creole Queen. Enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving Day feast with all the fixings, sides, and sweets. This being New Orleans, y'all know we like to have a little lagniappe, found here as a live jazz band will add a little spice to the Thanksgiving experience as the boat sails down the river.

Basic Information:

  • Date: November 23, 2023
  • Boarding: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
  • Cruising: 1:00 pm - 2:30pm
  • Live entertainment

Price (taxes are included):

  • Adult: $99
  • Children (3-12): $39
  • Children (0-2): FREE

Thanksgiving Buffet Menu:

PaddleWheeler Salad

Corn & Crab Bisque

Creamed Sweet Potatoes

Cornbread Dressing

Traditional Oyster Dressing

Grilled Seasonal Vegetables

Whole Roasted Creole Marinated Turkey

Tasso Gravy

Abita Root Beer Glazed Ham

Homemade Cranberry Relish

Dinner Rolls

Fresh Fruit Cobbler

Chocolate Chip Raspberry Bread Pudding

New Orleans Coffee & Tea

*Menu Items Subject To Change

Reservation & Cancellation Policies:

  • All reservations must be prepaid by credit card and are subject to availability
  • Sales for the Thanksgiving Cruise are final and tickets are non-transferable
  • Guests purchasing tour, cruises or tickets will not receive a paper ticket
  • After finishing your transaction, print out your receipt/confirmation email as your ticket for the tour to show at the ticket booth
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