St. Lawrence Seaway and Great Lakes

On this comprehensive 14-night St. Lawrence Seaway & Great Lakes cruise, explore the breathtaking landscapes, historic harbors, and cosmopolitan cities that make this region incredible. Begin your journey in Quebec City, a living museum with nearly four centuries of history, before exploring the narrow cobblestone streets and alleyways of Montreal, admiring the splendid architecture of one of the oldest cities in North America.

Discover the cultural treasures of Toronto, the capital city of Ontario, and venture to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland to view Elvis’ motorcycle and Michael Jackson’s white sequined glove. Visit Detroit, commonly known as The Motor City, though equally famous as the birthplace of Motown Records. Explore the Killbear Provincial Park in Parry Sound, where a local naturalist will educate you on the unique ecology of the Georgian Bay. Take Horse-Drawn Carriage Ride in Mackinac Island, past the famous Grand Hotel, and tour the homes of wealthy lumber barons in Muskegon. End your journey in Milwaukee with a visit to the legendary spots that make this city famous, including the Harley-Davidson Museum.

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Cruise Itinerary

Day
Ports of Call
1
Québec City, QC
2
Montreal, QC
3
Kingston, ON
4
Toronto, ON
5
Niagara Falls, ON
6
Cleveland, OH
7
Detroit, MI
8
Parry Sound, ON
9
Cruising the Great Lakes
10
Midland, ON
11
Sault Sainte Marie, MI
12
Mackinac Island, MI
13
Muskegon/ Holland, MI
14
Milwaukee, WI
15
Milwaukee, WI

St. Lawrence Seaway and Great Lakes

Explore the best destinations along the majestic St. Lawrence Seaway, an impressive a system of locks, canals, and channels as well the Great Lakes, the largest freshwater system in the world. After a day of adventure, return to the ship and bask in the warm camaraderie of guests and crew.

Ports of Call

  • Québec City, QC
  • Montreal, QC
  • Kingston, ON
  • Toronto, ON
  • Niagara Falls, ON
  • Cleveland, OH
  • Detroit, MI
  • Parry Sound, ON
  • Midland, ON
  • Sault Sainte Marie, MI
  • Mackinac Island, MI
  • Muskegon/ Holland, MI
  • Milwaukee, WI
  • Milwaukee, WI

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Day  1
Québec City, QC

Québec City is nestled beside the majestic St. Lawrence River, where enchanting old stone houses cozy up to great religious institutions built from the same stone. The old city is a sheer delight for history buffs with a diversity of architectural styles reminiscent of those in England and France. Walk along the streets of Old Québec, and enjoy the magnificent churches, fragrant gardens, and chic boutiques.

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Montreal, QC

Montreal, known for its dynamic cultural scene, is the second-largest French-speaking city in the world and the most bilingual city in North America. Appointed a UNESCO City of Design in 2006, the city features a diversity of architecture, from 18th century Victorian-style stone buildings to modern, ultra-sleek skyscrapers. Visit Mont Royal (the “mountain”), a park which towers high above the city, before heading downtown to explore elegant boutiques, department stores, and shopping complexes. Discover Old Montreal, an area that displays some of North America’s most remarkable architecture with a concentration of 17th, 18th, and 19th-century buildings.

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A Walk Through Old Montreal

Best explored on foot, the historic character and charm of Old Montréal comes alive as you walk the narrow cobblestone streets and alleyways, past the charming waterfront district and the splendid architecture of one of the oldest cities in North America. Discover the first financial district, known as Montreal's Wall Street. View part of the world's largest interior pedestrian network as your guide leads through the walkways of this underground city toward the International District, including Place Riopelle and its unique fountain, "Lipstick Forest," and the World Trade Center, a perfect blend of modern and historic buildings.

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Montreal Highlights

Discover Montreal’s cultural heritage and cosmopolitan blend of old and new on this overview of the city. Explore Old Montreal, The Financial District, Westmount and its opulent residences, Montreal's universities, and the world-renowned St. Joseph's Oratory. Stop at Mount Royal for a panoramic view and visit Notre-Dame Basilica, an outstanding example of Neo-Gothic architecture.

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Kingston, ON

Home to Ontario's oldest public market, Kingston is a walkable city, where hidden alleyways showcase antique markets and quaint restaurant patios. Spend time perusing one of the many art galleries of the city, including the Agnes Etherington Art Center, featuring collections of modern and historic works of art. If you’re a lover of the outdoors, you can plan an afternoon at the Marshlands Conservation Area, located in Kingston’s west end. Enjoy fresh air, tranquil sounds, and any wildlife you might spot along the way as you walk the Rideau Trail. Kingston also hosts a variety of wineries, where you can part in tastings.

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Kingston Trolley Excursion

Explore Kingston on guided trolley ride. Listen to an informative and engaging overview of 300 years of Kingston’s history, as you explore Kingston’s historic old town and shopping district.

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Kingston Penitentiary Exploration

Go behind the walls of Canada’s oldest and most notorious maximum-security penitentiary. Closed in 2013, it has been the site of several film and television productions. Hear personal accounts from former staff and learn about the prison’s history, including stories of escapes and riots.

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Toronto, ON

Explore Toronto, first established as a Native American settlement and French fur trading post and now a vibrant metropolitan area. Within its impressive skyline, there are several cultural hotspots including art galleries, museums, and performance centers. Shoppers will delight in Queen Street West, where chic boutiques replaced this old warehouse area and Kensington Street, where retro-style abounds.

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Toronto City Exploration with CN Tower

Toronto is the hub of Canada, abounding in culture and history, with many amazing attractions such as the famous Gothic Revival style mansion Casa Loma, and Ripley's Aquarium. Explore this capital city of Ontario, led by your private guide, who will provide interesting, historical, and entertaining commentary on a drive through Chinatown, the financial district, and many other wonderful destinations. Stop at the CN Tower, designated a “Wonder of the Modern World,” by the American Society of Civil Engineers.

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Distillery District Walking Exploration

Led by expert guides, learn the fascinating story of Gooderham and Worts, once the world’s once largest distillery. Constructed between 1859 and 1861, the distillery complex included and a brick malthouse, kilns, warehouses, shops, and offices and was an outstanding example of Victorian industrial design. Learn how this 19th-century center was transformed into the modern day Distillery District. Along the way, explore some of the best hidden Distillery District spots and photo locations.

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Niagara Falls, ON

World-famous Niagara Falls stands 165 feet tall and is comprised of three waterfalls – Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls, and the Bridal Veil Falls. These famous falls are shared by both Ontario and New York which are connected by the Rainbow Bridge. Our local guide will show you the best vantage points and will explain the importance the falls once had to Native Americans and fur traders.

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Niagara Falls Experience

Enjoy an exciting adventure through the majestic falls and the fertile countryside of the Niagara region. Take an exhilarating boat ride which brings you within feet of the Horseshoe Falls and its misty spray.

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Cleveland, OH

Cleveland is a city made up of dozens of diverse and eclectic neighborhoods, with a lively downtown area that dazzles after dusk. Stroll through the historic West Side Market which features more than 80 family-owned businesses. View the tombstone of John D. Rockefeller, who is buried at the beautiful Lake View Cemetery. Explore the Cleveland Museum of Art, containing one of the most renowned art collections in the world.

In the Tremont neighborhood, visit the home where the famous movie A Christmas Story was filmed, and have a cold brew at a bar said to have been frequented by Eliot Ness, the famous crime fighter who brought down Al Capone. No trip to Cleveland is complete without a trip to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, where you can view Michael Jackson’s white sequined glove, Jim Morrison’s boy scout uniform, and Elvis’ motorcycle.

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Discover this amazing venue which tells a story that spans generations, from rock’s earliest artists to those budding artists of today. Discover a variety of exhibits that include handwritten drafts of hit singles, performance outfits, and instruments from some of history’s greatest concerts. Ranging from rhythm & blues, jazz, and folk rock to heavy metal and hip-hop, these exhibits represent numerous musical genres and highlight some of the world’s most iconic acts both past and present.

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Cleveland City Exploration

Enjoy a narrated motorcoach exploration and learn all about the wonderful city of Cleveland. Explore downtown, Public Square, and the Theater District. Travel through University Circle, home to a variety of the area’s finest museums. Explore Euclid Avenue's "Millionaires' Row," once home to some of the nation's most powerful and influential industrialists. Travel to the Flats, known for its happening nightlife, and Ohio City, a trendy dining and entertainment hub with high-end cocktail bars and beer gardens, alongside fashionable bistros and gourmet farm-to-table restaurants. Along the way, your engaging guide will point out historic and iconic sites, with a possible stop at one of the Cleveland script signs for a group photo.

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Amish Country Experience

Since the Industrial Revolution, the Amish have been largely known as hardworking, devoutly religious people who shun most types of technology. Spend a day in their company led by an Amish guide who will be with you throughout your journey. Begin at the Heritage Marketplace, where you can explore and purchase items at Amish-owned shops. Take a buggy ride and visit the Amish Heritage Museum which showcases important Bibles, hymnals, and clothing. Arrive at the Bricker's Amish home for lunch with a menu that features chicken, mashed potatoes, homemade noodles w/gravy, vegetable, salad, fresh baked bread with homemade preserves, and date-nut pudding. After lunch, depart for a ‘backroad tour,’ concluding at the Commons General Store.

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Built on Optimism: Sporting Heritage of Cleveland

Professional baseball in Cleveland is one of the city's oldest traditions, dating back to 1869. On this excursion visit notable locations which are a part of Cleveland’s sports history. Stop at the Heisman Birthplace Marker, the true birthplace of legendary football coach John W. Heisman, which for over 40 years was in the wrong location. Pass by Progressive Field, home to the Cleveland Guardians. Visit Historic League Park, Cleveland's Original Ballpark. Built in the late 1800s, the ballpark was the site of numerous historic sports moments, including the 1920 World Series and the first grand slam in World Series history. Take a docent led exploration through the Baseball Heritage Museum which preserves and present the stories of diversity in baseball. Enjoy a beverage at the Hotz Café where Babe Ruth drank when he was in Cleveland.

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Day  7
Detroit, MI

Detroit is commonly known as The Motor City, as Ford, General Motors, and Chrysler have been producing cars there for more than a century. Though, it’s equally famous as the birthplace of Motown Records, and for its many beloved sports teams.

Today, through its revitalization, Detroit has taken on a new appeal. From eye-popping street art and jazz clubs to vintage cars and impressive art deco architecture, the city is vibrant, progressive, and charming. Shop for art, jewelry, artisan crafts, and more at the Eastern Market, the largest historic public market district in the United States, dating back over 150 years. Visit the renowned Detroit Institute of Arts, a remarkable museum located in the heart of Midtown with more than 65,000 works. For some exercise, take a walk along The Dequindre Cut Greenway, a two-mile urban recreational path that offers a pedestrian link between the East Riverfront and several historic neighborhoods.

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Discover Detroit Walking Exploration

Don’t miss this chance to admire magnificent architecture and learn about Detroit’s rise, fall, and renewal. Led by a local guide, enjoy a short walk from Pearl Mist to the nearby downtown area. Visit the Guardian Building, a designated a National Historic Landmark. Completed in 1929, the building is one of the boldest examples of art-deco architecture. Stroll through Campus Martius Park, a gathering place for both residents and visitors and recently named Top Public Square by USA Today. Learn the history of the Penobscot Building, an art-deco masterpiece that has dominated the city’s skyline for more than 80 years. View the Renaissance Center, a multi-towered skyscraper that is the tallest building in Detroit. Enjoy the opportunity to ride on a streetcar or the elevated “Detroit People Mover.”

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Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village

Learn how Henry Ford changed the world of technology and manufacturing as you step into a world where past innovations fuel the imagination of generations to come. See the museum’s vast array of famous and rare exhibits like Thomas Edison’s laboratory, Abraham Lincoln’s chair from Ford’s Theater, and the bus where Rosa Parks took a stand, by taking a seat. Play pilot as you explore flight innovations, starting with the Wright brothers' achievements. In addition to touring the Henry Ford Museum, $15 of “Fun Money” will be provided for lunch with the opportunity to spend the afternoon at Greenfield Village. With its nearly one hundred historical buildings, the Village demonstrates how Americans lived and worked since the founding of the country. Many of the buildings, from the 17th century to the present, are staffed by costumed interpreters who conduct period tasks like farming, sewing, and cooking. A collection of craft buildings such as pottery, glass-blowing, and tin shops provide demonstrations while producing materials used in the Village and for sale.

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Day  8
Parry Sound, ON

Located on the eastern shore of Georgian Bay in Lake Huron, Parry Sound is a picturesque port town with charming cottages and spectacular views. Parry Sound is located inside the UNESCO designated Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve. One of only 16 Biosphere Reserves in Canada, it is home to a variety of rare species of plants and animals. While ashore, explore Killbear Provincial Park, enjoy a scenic boat ride around the 30,000 islands, or take an aerial sightseeing tour.

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Georgian Bay Airways Flightseeing Adventure

Enjoy a breathtaking aerial adventure which departs from our floatplane base in Parry Sound Harbor and follows Georgian Bay’s rugged coastline. Soar above the scenic Killbear Provincial Park, past historic Parry Island, and over the fantastic South Channel.

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Biking Around Georgian Bay

A guided bike ride is the perfect way to stretch your legs and immerse yourself in the town of Parry Sound. A local guide will provide you with a narrated experience along the town's bicycle trails. Pass by the main downtown strip and follow the shoreline of Georgian Bay. Along the way, discover the town's history, landmarks, and industries. Further down the trail, you will learn about local plants, reptiles, migratory birds and other species at risk. Finish your excursion at Parry Sound Bikes, formerly the old fire hall, with the option to be escorted to the ship or explore downtown on your own.

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Georgian Bay Island Queen Cruise

On this amazing journey aboard the Island Queen, we follow in the wake of early explorers as the captain brings the ship surprisingly up-close to the rugged shoreline of Parry Island and the Bay’s remote outer islands. Meander past granite shoals into narrow channels within an eco-system so unique that it has earned World Biosphere Reserve status from the United Nations. Get your camera ready as we cruise through the Rose Point Swing Bridge, Massassauga Provincial Park, through the channels of the outer islands, past Killbear Provincial Park, and through Hole in the Wall, one of the most amazing places in Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve.

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Parry Sound Shuttle

Explore Parry Sound at your own pace using the local loop shuttle. Discover one of the many beautiful scenic lookouts or check the area’s variety of museum and cultural attractions.

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Killbear Provincial Park Guided Walking Exploration

Explore the Killbear Provincial Park where a local naturalist will educate you on the unique ecology of the Georgian Bay and guide you on a geology stroll through the windswept pines and to Parry Sound’s stunning shoreline.

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Day  9
Cruising the Great Lakes

As we make our way to Midland, Ontario, witness the natural wonders and majestic beauty of the Great Lakes from the comfort of your fully furnished private balcony. Along the way, delight in the locally inspired cuisine prepared by our team of master chefs.

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Day  10
Midland, ON

Midland is the main town and economic center of the area located at the southern end of Georgian Bay’s Thirty Thousand Islands. Learn about the history of this fascinating city with a visit to Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, a living museum depicting 17th-century missionary life. Stroll along the Midland Harbor, a picturesque destination featuring a large statue of the trumpeter swan, considered the symbol of Midland. For bird lovers, the Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre is a habitat for Trumpeter Swans, Black Terns, and Least Bitterns.

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Discovery Harbor Exploration

Situated along beautiful Penetanguishene Bay, this picturesque historic site is a reconstruction of an original 19th century British naval and military base. Originally conceived during the War of 1812, the actual construction of a Naval Establishment would have to wait for peacetime. Becoming operational in early 1817, the base served as an important supply link to more northerly British outposts, and safeguarded presents destined for Britain’s indigenous allies. Using the detailed map provided, explore the many naval and military sites on the harbor, including a variety of historic naval vessels, sailor’s barracks, a square for military drills, and original officer’s quarters.

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Sainte-Marie Among the Hurons

Explore this recreation of the 17th-century French Jesuit Mission headquarters, with a replica of the barracks, homes, and meeting places that housed the Jesuits. Learn about their history and relationships with the native Huron people.

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Culinary Walking Exploration

A local guide will meet you at the ship to take you on a fun-filled afternoon sipping and tasting delicious, local fare in beautiful downtown Midland. Savor a curated lineup of food and drink from 6+ local culinary spots. Learn about the area's rich heritage and culture, and discover the stories behind Midland's murals, public art, and unique shops. On the day of your tour dress for the weather, wear comfortable shoes, and be sure to arrive hungry! Dietary Note: Tastings can be vegetarian, but unfortunately not vegan, gluten or nut-free. All participants must sign a waiver.

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Martyrs Shrine

Discover how the story of this shrine is an integral part of the collective history of Canadians. Learn about the Martyrs and their relations with the Indigenous peoples of the 17th century. Explore the grounds with a wide variety of beautiful outdoor spaces including forest, gardens, pathways, devotional spaces, and open lawn.

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Day  11
Sault Sainte Marie, MI

Located at the mouth of Saint Mary’s River, Sault Saint Marie was originally established by Jesuit missionaries in the 17th century. Saint Mary’s River connects Lake Superior to Lake Huron and has provided trade access between the United States and Canada for hundreds of years. The blend of the native Ojibwa with the French and English settlers resulted in the rich and diverse culture of this incredible destination.

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Soo Locks Boat Adventure

Enjoy a live narrated cruise on the beautiful St. Marys River and actually "Ride through the Soo Locks." Learn the rich 300-year-old history of the area and the story behind the locks as you view many interesting sites along the Michigan and Ontario shorelines. Travel under the International Highway Bridge that connects Soo, Michigan and Soo, Ontario, Canada. Get an up-close view of the over 100-year-old Hydroelectric Power Plant, still operating today to supply electricity to local residents.

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Valley Camp Historic Sites

Explore an actual Great Lakes Freighter at The Museum Ship Valley Camp, which houses a 20,000 square foot museum with over 100 exhibits inside her massive cargo. The Valley Camp once held a crew of 29 men in her cabins. Visitors are able to view these cabins to see how Great Lakes sailors lived and worked aboard ship, from the nicely appointed Captain’s quarters to the plain accommodations lived in by the Oilers and the Coal Passers. View the Edmund Fitzgerald memorial and exhibit which features two lifeboats from the stricken vessel. Torn away during the sinking, these lifeboats are two of very few major artifacts recovered after the tragic demise. The exhibit also features a video presentation about the events that occurred on November 10, 1975 which caused the tragic loss of one of the Great Lakes’ largest freighters. In addition to the museum exhibits, the Museum Ship Valley Camp displays four 1,200 gallon aquariums stocked with various species of fish from the Great Lakes region.

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Mackinac Island, MI

Mackinac Island is a living Victorian town where personal motorized vehicles are prohibited – all those visiting or living on the island travel by horse or horse-drawn carriage, bicycle, or on foot. While Mackinac Island is known for its opulent Victorian homes and hotels, it has a long Native American history. Anishinabe-Ojibwe tradition holds that the island was a sacred place populated by the first people and was home to the Great Spirit Gitchie Manitou.

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Mackinac Island Carriage Ride

Be transported back in time on a guided horse-drawn carriage ride through this small and exciting Island. Led by a genuine local, explore the island's incredible beauty, drive past the famous Grand Hotel and Victorian summer cottages, and learn how islanders rely upon horses, carriages, and bicycles for daily living. At the end of your excursion, your guide will provide maps and written suggestions on shops, restaurants, and places to visit.

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Day  13
Muskegon/ Holland, MI

From historic ships and lighthouses to the restored mansions built by Muskegon’s most famous lumber barons, delight in the history and scenery of this quaint Michigan town. Referred to as “The Riviera of the Midwest,” Muskegon has grown from a fur trading and lumbering town to a vibrant tourist destination. Explore the delightful town of Holland where hundreds of Dutch immigrants live and immerse yourself in its genuine Dutch culture.

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Best of Muskegon & Holland Day Adventure

Led by a local guide, enjoy the Painted Lady neighborhood which includes exploration of the homes of wealthy lumber barons. Learn this true story of local philanthropist Charles Hackley from the Gilded Age. Stop at the Heritage Industrial Museum where you will see Muskegon made products you know well from past to present. See original Raggedy Ann dolls, a Brunswick Bowling Lane, a Continental Motor, musical instruments and so much more. Travel by motorcoach to Holland to see a real Windmill which was carefully transported from the Netherlands! Learn about the history of this local Dutch community on an exploration of the beautiful downtown.

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The Holland Experience

As you venture to the charming town of Holland, a local guide will provide engaging commentary about this remarkable destination. Upon arrival, enjoy independent exploration of downtown. Participate in a self-guided historic audio tour and peruse the over 100 unique boutiques and shops. After, enjoy a driving exploration of Centennial Park, a beautiful Victorian style park, where you can view The Wizard of Oz living mosaic, as well as 7-life size bronze statutes. Learn about the park, as well as the rich history of the town, as you drive through the beautiful campus of Hope College. Immerse yourself in Holland’s Dutch heritage on a visit to Windmill Island Gardens. Wander through the botanical garden and explore 5 floors of the de Zwaan Windmill, which still turns and grinds grain into flour to this day. On the drive back to the ship, use your newly obtained knowledge, while playing town trivia, complete with prizes. Your guide will also share some gifts with all guests as well as a short video on Tulip Time from the town’s very own Mayor.

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Downtown Trolley & Lakeshore Exploration

Board the Muskegon, Michigan Trolley that circles the historic downtown throughout the day. Local guides will share the history of the area, the stories of the public art, local museums, craft markets, and beautiful Victorian homes. In the afternoon take a scenic ride to see the freshwater beaches. Stop off for a cold drink or to explore the Silversides Submarine Museum, featuring fascinating exhibits about the role of the Great Lakes in WWII.

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Sand Dunes & Wine Experience

Experience the Silver Lake Sand Dunes like never before on a one-of-a-kind 40 minute exploration on an open air dune scooter. Stop at the Lake Michigan shoreline for a quick visit and then drive to one of the tallest dunes on the Silver Lake for pics and to enjoy the view.

Next, visit a Michigan winery where all wines and hard ciders are made from the fruits grown in the orchards and vineyard located on 2000 acres of land. Taste a selection of wines and hard cider in the unique setting of a restored antique barn. Enjoy a lite lunch with a glass or wine or hard cider while taking in the views from the outdoor patio.

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Milwaukee, WI

There’s more to this city than beer and baseball. In addition to being home to ten Fortune 1000 company headquarters, Milwaukee is also known for its historic architecture, markets, international seaport, and variety of museums, including the Milwaukee Art Museum just steps away from our dock.

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Milwaukee's Greatest Hits

You haven't seen Milwaukee until you've seen it through the eyes of a local! Visit the most randomly awesome and legendary spots that make Milwaukee famous on this fully narrated excursion complete with stories of the neighborhoods settled by Italian, Irish, Polish, and German immigrants. View the Milwaukee Art Museum to see the iconic white suspension bridge and Burke Brise Soleil meant to represent the sails of a ship. Learn about the North Point Lighthouse, visit the Pabst Mansion, and soak in the potato-potato-potato sounds when visiting a Wisconsin legend - the Harley Davidson campus and gift shop!

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Churches & Chocolates

Enjoy an exploration of Milwaukee, long known as the “City of Steeples.” Let by a local guide, visit three churches, where you will learn about the history and architecture of these unique places of worship. To sweeten the deal, we will delve into dessert at two local chocolate shops. Savor in-store treats and shop for takeaways too.

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Grohmann Museum Exploration

Join your guide at the pier for a narrated journey to the Grohmann Museum, located at the Milwaukee School of Engineering. Enjoy a guided exploration of the world’s most comprehensive art collection dedicated to the evolution of human work. The collection currently comprises more than 1,700 paintings, sculptures, and works on paper from 1580 to the present, documenting he evolution of organized work from manpower and horsepower to water, steam, and electrical power. Be sure to stop in at the gift shop.

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Day  15
Milwaukee, WI

End your journey in the vibrant city of Milwaukee. After breakfast on board, begin your travels home and reflect upon the memories and friends made on your Great Lakes & St. Lawrence Seaway adventure.

Pearl Mist

Aboard the 210 guest Pearl Mist, enjoy cruising to the most fascinating destinations in perfect comfort.

At more than 300 square feet, the large and gracefully appointed staterooms are a spacious sanctuary in which to relax after a day of exploration. Enjoy spectacular views from your room’s large window or by stepping onto your private balcony.

Furnishings throughout the ship are elegant and comfortable with a variety of spacious lounges to fit every mood – from the quiet library to the social atmosphere of the Atlantic Lounge. The Pearl Mist also features open sun decks, a fitness area, and a glass-enclosed dining room offering panoramic views.


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Category R

Deckplan

Our exclusive category R staterooms are over 450 square feet and are located in the premier sections of the ship offering an enhanced cruising experience. Each well-appointed room comes with sliding glass doors which lead out to a furnished balcony. Enjoy breakfast on your private balcony or simply relax and take in the amazing panoramic views. If there is anything you need, our stewards are on hand 24/7 to handle even the smallest of requests.

Category L

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Our premium category L staterooms are over 300 square feet and are located on the 5th deck level of the ship, allowing for plenty of privacy. No attention to detail was spared in the design of these modern staterooms. Each comes with sliding glass doors leading to a private balcony where guests can enjoy pleasant breezes and scenic views.  Some of these rooms have adjoining doors, an option for guests who are traveling in a group or who wish to have a living room. 

Category K

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Our generous category K staterooms are over 300 square feet and are conveniently located on the 4th deck level of the ship. These staterooms offer guests easy access to the Pacific Lounge and open passenger decks, with breathtaking views. Each room features a floor-to-ceiling sliding glass door leading to a private balcony, offering fresh air and natural light.

Category H

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Category H staterooms are the perfect place to unwind after a day of exploration. Each 275 square foot room has a large opening picture window and a private balcony offering spectacular views of the passing scenery. The room also offers a full-size bathroom with all the modern amenities of a fine hotel.


Category G

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Our category G rooms are a spacious retreat with all the amenities a modern traveler expects. Each room offers 275 square feet of space encompassing a full-size bathroom, a large opening picture window, and a private balcony. This room is also conveniently located near the Atlantic Lounge and Dining Room.


Category SGB

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Our Category SGB staterooms are designed specifically with our single travelers in mind. A comfortable getaway, these rooms are spacious with all modern amenities. At over 200 square feet, these staterooms have interior entrances, large opening windows, and private balconies offering panoramic views.

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