Riverboat Tours Minnesota – Fun things to do

Riverboat tours minnesota

Riverboat Tours Minnesota – Fun things to do

Riverboat Tours Minnesota


People think about Minnesota as the land of over 10,000 lakes, but do not forget about all our rivers. The Mississippi River begins in Minnesota. We also have the Minnesota River in the Twin Cities area and the St. Croix just a short distance away on the Wisconsin boarder.


The Mississippi River tours

The Mississippi River flows through both Minneapolis and St. Paul and has beautiful scenery. Some tour options are sightseeing tour, dining cruises, holiday or themed cruises, and school excursions. The sightseeing tour normally 90 minutes. The dining cruise is either two or four hours and has a wonderful meal included. You have four different Minneapolis and St. Paul cruise options. These include sunset dinner cruise, rib dinner cruise, lunch and lock cruise and picnic lunch cruise. The themed cruises are fun, and a few examples are…Mother’s Day Brunch, Father’s Day cruise and margaritas on the Mississippi. The school cruises are great education experiences. The boats are booked for weddings, proms, graduations, and business functions.


Here is a link to reservations and more information


St. Croix riverboat rides

The St Croix is a beautiful river that is full of nature and wildlife. There are also the same options found on the Mississippi River riverboat cruises and many more providers of the service. I have personally been on the dinner cruises and a wedding cruise on the St. Croix and I can contest that it is a lovely experience.

Here are a few options to check out…Stillwater Riverboats or St. Croix Cruises

You will enjoy the Mississippi River riverboat cruise or the St Croix riverboat cruise!


We love Minnesota!

Please contact Jeff if you would like suggestions of wonderful and unique places to see the Twin Cities and in Minnesota. We have lots of suggestions and are a resource to you and your family.

Jeff Anderson The Anderson Team RE/MAX Results


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