Riverboats Reopen Sept. 24th After Long, Lonely Summer in Brownville
The Missouri River has receded, and two of Southeast Nebraska’s iconic venues will be open again. The Spirit of Brownville cruise boat and the River Inn bed and breakfast, will begin to welcome guests aboard starting Saturday, Sept. 24.
Because of flooding locals and visitors alike haven’t had a chance to enjoy the experience these boats offer–authentic, gracious, historic unforgettable Missouri River adventure–all summer.
Missouri River Sightseeing Tours Will Resume
Beginning Sept. 24, the Spirit of Brownville will run 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday sightseeing tours, that feature historic narratives and more, until Sunday, Oct. 30. These tours have created memories for more than three generations.
The River Inn is also taking reservations and welcoming guests aboard for overnight stays and events–year round. Call today to experience for yourself what guests say they’ll never forget–our incomparable river hospitality, posh accommodations, and breathtaking natural beauty–offered in historic, charming Brownville.
“While we love the Missouri River and our boats, what drives us is sharing them with others. We miss our guests and visitors, and hope they come back soon,” said Capt. J. Randel Smith, who owns and operates both establishments along with his wife, Jane.