American is a longtime national sponsor of the weekly program that is PBS’s most watched ongoing primetime series.

Baton Rouge taping

The April 27 voyage, American Serenade’s second official sailing, will be an eight-day Lower Mississippi cruise from Memphis to New Orleans. On May 2 in Baton Rouge, passengers will get VIP access to the ‘Antiques Roadshow’ event at the LSU Rural Life Museum and they can take up to two items to be appraised.

“American Cruise Lines’ guests have a common bond with “Antiques Roadshow’s” millions of weekly viewers in their shared passion for American culture, and in uncovering the fascinating histories which often exist right in our own backyards,’ said Charles B. Robertson, president & CEO, American Cruise Lines.

Plus a culinary focus

American Serenade’s antiques cruise will also include a culinary focus with cooking demonstrations, wine pairings and presentations throughout.

The antiques cruise will be offered only once in 2023. It comes with free domestic airfare and a free pre-cruise hotel stay in Memphis.