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Explore the historic port towns of the Ohio River with the Pittsburgh to Cincinnati - 7-Day Journey aboard the American Queen Steamboat.

Journey Dates and Themes

July 3-9 4th of July Celebration


To book a journey please contact our tour VIP desk at +1 202 772 8000 or


Day 1: Hotel Stay - Pittsburgh, PA
Enjoy a complimentary hotel stay either the Omni William Penn Hotel or The Westin Convention Center, Pittsburgh or Sheraton Station Square Hotel. Tomorrow afternoon, will board the American Queen Steamboat to begin the voyage.

Day 2: Embark - Pittsburgh, PA
Take in the sights and sounds of Pittsburgh before boarding the steamboat. A Welcome Aboard Dinner will begin the journey with a festive start.

Day 3: River Cruising
Relax and take in the view of the river or join in a variety of onboard activities while the American Queen glides through beautiful American landscape.

Day 4: Marietta, OH
Guests will begin their Marietta adventure with a walking tour of front street, then head toward The Castle to explore its opulent Gothic Revival architecture and art collection. The tour will also make stops to Mound Cemetery, the Campus Martius Museum, the Ohio River Museum, and the Historic Harmar Village where visitors can enjoy dining, shopping, and more cultural attractions.

Day 5: Point Pleasant, WV
Boasting the stunning Point Pleasant Riverfront Park, where floodwall murals depict scenes of local history, Point Pleasant offers many significant cultural sights that can be explored on foot. The tour of this beautiful river town includes visits to the Point Pleasant River Museum, shopping downtown in the Twin River Area, the 18th century Mansion House, and the four-acre Tu-Endie-Wei State Park, which commemorates the October 1774 Battle of Point Pleasant.

Day 6: Portsmouth, OH
Just west of where Portsmouth is located today, the humble town of Alexandria was founded in the 1790s. Alexandria was flooded numerous times by the Ohio River and the Scioto River and inspired Henry Massie to seek out a location to move the town away from the flood plains. Massie began to plan the new city by distributing the land and mapping the streets. Established as a city in 1815, Portsmouth was founded in 1803 and Alexandria disappeared soon after. Portsmouth quickly grew around an industrial base with the completion of the Ohio and Erie Canal, and the construction of the N&W rail yards and the B&O junction.

Day 7: Disembark - Cincinnati, OH
Though the journey ends in Cincinnati, if time permits, guests are encouraged to linger and learn about Cincinnati’s culture with a visit to a settler’s cabin or the famous Rookwood Pottery Factory for a souvenir.


2014 Journeys
Cabin Type Fares
LS Luxury Suite $5,199
AAA Suite $4,699
AA Superior Veranda $4,499
A Deluxe Veranda $4,449
B Veranda $3,299
C Veranda $2,999
D Veranda $2,799
Cabin Type Fares
E Deluxe Window $2,699
SO Single Veranda $3,799
F Inside $2,949
G Inside $2,649
H Veranda $2,549
I Veranda $2,249
SI Single Inside $3,199
Port Charges: $79


To book a journey please contact our tour VIP desk at +1 202 772 8000 or

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