Region 2: Kansas/ Nebraska/ Missouri
The map below shows some of the interesting towns along the route River Cities will cruise. Click on any of the towns listed or shown on the map to see what this part of the river has to offer.
- Dubuque, IA
- Omaha, NE
- Hannibal, MO
- Kansas City, MO
- Jefferson City, MO
- Peoria, IL
- St. Louis, MO
As River Cities cruises the entire Missouri River, Omaha will be the second to last stop before Sioux City, Iowa. Points of interest include the Joslyn Art Museum and an aerospace museum. Omaha has one of the largest livestock markets in the world
Hannibal is the boyhood home of Mark Twain. He is commemorated there by a museum, a statue, a lighthouse, and a bridge across the Mississippi. No doubt this will be a favorite port of call for River Cities to honor the most famous of the Mississippi River enthusiasts.
Peoria is the largest city on the Illinois River. It is an industrial city and home to Caterpillar Inc — maker of the propulsion motors powering River Cities. No doubt we will sound the horn with gusto as we pass the Caterpillar factory that made our engines!
Jefferson City, MO
Jefferson City is the capital of Missouri. It is also home to Lincoln and William Woods Universities and Westminster College.
Kansas City, MO
Two cities with the same name in different states, yet, they are part of the bi-state metropolitan area. The city sits at the junction of the Missouri and Kansas Rivers. Kansas City is home to the Kansas City Board of Trade.
St Louis, MO
St Louis has become a major inland port in part because it is situated just downstream from the confluence of the Mississippi River with the Missouri and Illinois Rivers. The famous Gateway Arch of St Louis welcomes river visitors as they approach the city via the river. The arch is the centerpiece of a national park that includes an old courthouse in which the Dred Scott case was tried.
St Louis is a large city with many attractions that include: the St Louis Zoological Park, the McDonnell Planetarium and the St Louis Botanical Gardens.
Dubuque is home to the National Mississippi River Museum. This is a must see to fully appreciate the Mississippi River and the wildlife, history and culture surrounding this great river.
More Destination Regions
This River City will cruise continuously and make stops at places the community would like to visit. The map below shows the 6,600 miles of navigable waterways in the US and some of the most prominent cities along the way. Click on this map to see more detailed maps and listings of cites in the different regions.
Choose from the following regions:
- MN / WI / IA
- KS / NE / MO
- IL / MO
- KY / OH / PA
- AR / TN / MO
- MO / TN / KY
- KY / TN
- TX / LA
- LA / MS / AL
- AL / FL / MS
Major rivers that River Cities will cruise: Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Tennessee, Illinois, Red River, Black Warrior, St. Croix, Cumberland, Arkansas and Atchafalaya. Plus the Tombigbee Waterway and the Intracoastal Waterway from Brownsville, Texas east to Carrabelle, Florida.