The largest river steamboat ever built made a stop in Chattanooga this morning.
The American Queen docked at Ross's Landing for several hours.
It's been out of service for four years for renovations...but got back in the water this past April.
The vessel makes trips just about everywhere, depending on the season.
It's going from Vicksburg, to Chattanooga right now.
It's a re-creation of one of the grandest steamboats every built in the 1800's.
Greg Brown, Great American Steamboat Co., "We've got dining rooms patterned after the J. M. White. Our Grand Saloon, which is our main show lounge, is a scale replica of Ford's Theater in Washington, DC. We have one of the largest collections of Tiffany glass in the United States aboard the American Queen right now. Our Victorian furniture, woodwork, wainscoating, mahogany, brass, China, it truly is. She's a floating Victorian palace."
The boat stops at Civil War related destinations and has reenactors and other Civil War entertainment on board.