Vikings Cruise 2024: Get ready to sail the mighty waters of The Mississippi River

Catch a ride on the Viking Mississippi as it head up the river from New Orleans, to St. Louis, and ending in St. Paul, Minnesota.

St. Louis Arch, Missouri

Meet me in St. Louis, right along the mighty Mississippi river, as Vikings Cruise line prepares to dazzle your traveling experience for 2024. To be honest, I thought they were joking, until Viking Mississippi sent me the full itinerary. Now, gather up your crew and get ready to roll down the river.

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FREE Airfare   |   $25 Deposit   |   FREE Stateroom Upgrade
How will you explore the Mississippi?
Whether you choose to embark on our new, 22-day Grand Mississippi Voyage from New Orleans to St. Paul or sail a shorter segment of this mighty waterway, you can discover the cultural treasures of one of America’s most vibrant regions when you join us on board the elegant Viking Mississippi. Reserve your preferred stateroom with a $25 deposit and receive FREE airfare and more on an unforgettable journey through America’s heartland.

Americana sights, sounds & flavors

Revel in the charm of “America’s Great River” as you set sail along the Mississippi. Admire the historic mansions and grand homes atop its bluffs, and delve into America’s Civil War history. Delight in the region’s famed Southern cuisine and sample Memphis’s renowned barbecue, alongside artisan beers. Birthplace of American music—blues, jazz and soul—the Mississippi celebrates its musical heritage in the towns and cities that line its legendary shores.

Grand Mississippi Voyage

  • From $15,99
  • 22 Days
  • 16 Guided Tours
  • 1 Country

Price and Build

To learn more about each port of call and our included as well as optional excursions, click on the individual days below.

1French Quarter, New OrleansNew Orleans, Louisiana, United StatesExperience New Orleans, famed for the old-world architecture of its iconic French Quarter.Read More >
2Oaks and Azaleas, St. FrancisvilleDarrow, Louisiana, United StatesDiscover the historic architectural treasures of the Lower Mississippi.Read More >
3Roseate spoonbillsSt. Francisville, Louisiana, United StatesVisit St. Francisville, home to over 140 sites on the National Register of Historic Places.Read More >
4Natchez-Vidalia Bridge, MississippiNatchez, Mississippi, United StatesExplore the oldest city on the Mississippi, Natchez, with over 200 historic Southern estates.Read More >
5Vicksburg National Military ParkVicksburg, Mississippi, United StatesHonor the memory of a pivotal Civil War battle at the Vicksburg National Military Park.Read More >
6Scenic Sailing: Lower MississippiSail the Lower Mississippi, famed for its lush wetlands and patchwork of fertile farmlands.Read More >
7Beale Street, MemphisMemphis, Tennessee, United StatesDiscover Memphis, the birthplace of Memphis blues and a center of civil rights history.Read More >
8Memphis, Tennessee, United StatesSpend the day visiting Memphis, known for notable landmarks such as the famed Beale Street.Read More >
9Scenic Sailing: Mississippi RiverSail along the Mississippi River, an important region with diverse wildlife and ecosystems.Read More >
10Paducah, Kentucky, United StatesExplore Downtown Paducah, a UNESCO Creative City, and admire its preserved architecture.Read More >
11Cape Girardeau, Missouri, United StatesSee a well-preserved fort and uncover this riverside city’s importance during the Civil War.Read More >
12Arch Gateway, St. LouisSt. Louis, Missouri, United StatesDiscover historic St. Louis and its iconic Gateway Arch, a monument to westward expansion.Read More >
13Alton, Illinois, United StatesWitness the bucolic landscapes of the Mississippi at the Meeting of the Great Rivers.Read More >
14Tom & Huck statue, HannibalHannibal, Missouri, United StatesDiscover charming Hannibal, Mark Twain’s childhood home and the inspiration for his stories.Read More >
15Burlington, IowaBurlington, Iowa, United StatesExplore magnificent historic buildings, including the Capitol Theater and St. Paul’s Church.Read More >
16Quad Cities, IowaQuad Cities, Iowa, United StatesExplore “America’s Breadbasket,” the nation’s most expansive and scenic agricultural region.Read More >
17National Mississippi River Museum & AquariumDubuque, Iowa, United StatesVisit Dubuque’s famed Cathedral Historic District, dotted with authentic period lampposts.Read More >
18La Crosse, WisconsinLa Crosse, Wisconsin, United StatesLearn about La Crosse’s Norwegian immigrant past, including its cheese making tradition.Read More >
19La Crosse, Wisconsin, United StatesDelve into the culinary traditions of La Crosse, including its famous cheese curds.Read More >
20Bald eagleRed Wing, Minnesota, United StatesExplore the heritage of ingenuity in Red Wing, from its sturdy shoes to its distinct pottery.Read More >
21Capitol Dome, St. PaulSt. Paul, Minnesota, United StatesExplore St. Paul’s historic districts graced with late 19th- and early 20th-century mansions.Read More >
22St. Paul, Minnesota, United StatesAdmire sweeping views over the Mississippi River from the bluff-top setting of St. Paul.Read More >

Itinerary and shore excursions are subject to change and may vary by departure. SHOW MORE

Pre & Post Cruise Extensions

More days means more to discover, with extension packages you can add before or after your Viking cruise or cruisetour. Enjoy additional days to explore your embarkation or disembarkation city, or see a new destination altogether with a choice of exciting cities.
Pre & Post Cruise Extensions vary by itinerary and are subject to change.

Learn more by CLICKING HERE!

New Orleans Cathedral

Pre: The Best of “The Big Easy”

From $899 | 2 Nights



Post: Cultural Capitals—Minneapolis & St. Paul

From $699 | 2 Nights


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