Here's a look back at the various steamboats that have docked downtown.
The America, left, and the Queen of the Mississippi tie up at Riverside Park in 2017.
The American Queen, left, and the Queen of the Mississippi docked in La Crosse in 2014.
Liam Conradt, 5, of La Crosse rides his bicycle along the levee — and the visiting Queen of the Mississippi riverboat — in 2017 at Riverside Park.
The Queen of the Mississippi docks in 2017 at Riverside Park.
Bikers ride along the Mississippi River levee in Riverside Park in 2013 along side the Queen of the Mississippi.
Passengers and onlookers view the Queen of the Mississippi from Riverside Park while it was docked in 2012.
The Queen of the Mississippi is seen docked along the levee at Riverside Park in 2012.
The Queen of the Mississippi is seen in 2012 docked at Riverside Park.
La Crosse County Historical Society volunteers, from left, Pam Brose, George Italiano, Peg Warner and John Soldberg don period clothing during a 2012 visit of the Queen of the Mississippi at Riverside Park.
The American Queen is shown here docked at Riverside Park in fall 2013.
Dorina Lukins, left, and Peg Warner of the La Crosse Historical Society wait to greet passengers from the American Queen in 2015 at Riverside Park.
The American Queen is shown here docked at Riverside Park in 2012.
The American Queen steams up the Mississippi River in 2013 into La Crosse Thursday.
The American Queen is shown docked at Riverside Park in this 2013 photo.
The American Queen, a six deck, 418 foot-long steamboat built by McDermott Shipyard for the Delta Queen Steamboat Co. in 1995, docks at Riverside Park in La Crosse in 2012.
A mix of blue sky and white clouds complement the four story Queen of the Mississippi Friday as it is docked along the levee at Riverside Park.
The Erickson family of Verona, Wis., including Olivia, left, Brad and Alli, visit Riverside Park Friday where the Queen of the Mississippi was docked for most of the day.
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