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Affordable two-day non-gambling overnight cruises from LeClaire, Iowa to Dubuque, Iowa and return aboard the elegant Riverboat Twilight.
Begin your cruise at the quaint river town of LeClaire, Iowa. Explore the unique shops and restaurants found along the newly renovated main street district. Board the Twilight for an all day cruise to Dubuque, Iowa. Our passengers stay overnight at the Grand Harbor Resort located on the Dubuque riverfront. The next morning, enjoy a tour around the Port of Dubuque including free admission to the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium. Departures every Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday, Memorial Day through October.
Reservations are needed. To reserve your cruise, call (800)331-1467 or reserve online at www.riverboattwilight.com.
New for 2016!! The Riverboat Twilight will offer (2) 1 ½ hours sightseeing cruises on the second Saturday of each month during our normal operating season. The actual dates will be June 11, July 9, Sept 10 and Oct 8. (No cruises in August)
• Cruises will depart at 11:00am and 1:00pm
• The cruise will last 1 ½ hours and will travel north or south depending on river traffic.
• Tickets prices will be $16 for Adults/$8 Children 4-12/Infants 3 and under free
• Cash Bar and Gift Shop will be available
• Sack or Box lunches are welcome, however no coolers or alcohol will be allowed onboard.
What better way to see the river than from the deck of an old-fashioned riverboat? Treat yourself to a 1 ½ hour sightseeing cruise aboard the Riverboat Twilight. These cruise will depart and return from the Port of LeClaire IA. Trip includes captivating Captain’s narration and commanding views of the river, its wildlife and quaint river towns. Cash bar and Gift Shop available. Information and reservations can be found here www.riverboattwilight.com
LeClaire is a quaint little river town that offers a variety of unique shops, restaurants and activities. Be sure to include a stop at the Buffalo Bill Museum next door to our boat dock. This museum is so much more than a tribute to Buffalo Bill. There is history specific to LeClaire, the Mississippi River, Steamboats, Civil War, Native Americans and more.