Guests may remain in their wheelchair or Electric Conveyance Vehicle to experience this attraction.
Wheelchair Access: Proceed to the access gate to the right of the turnstile or through the attraction exit. Lower level access only.
Supervise children at all times.
Children under age 7 years must be accompanied by a person age 14 years or older.
Cruise the scenic Rivers of America aboard the Mark Twain and take a gander at life in the U.S. over a century ago.
Mark Twain Riverboat is currently closed for refurbishment. Please check back here for updates.
Cast off on a scenic adventure into the wilds of old America aboard a steam-powered paddler wheeler. Read More
Cast off on a scenic half-mile adventure into the wilds of old America aboard a steam-powered paddler. Board the 19th-century-inspired Mark Twain riverboat nestled in the heart of Frontierland and embark on a relaxing sightseeing voyage around Pirate’s Lair on Tom Sawyer Island.
Sights to See During this charming, 14-minute journey into America’s early frontier, sharp-eyed explorers can observe a menagerie of sights along the river’s edge, including:
The Mark Twain is a working reproduction of the historic vessels that ferried people up and down the mighty Mississippi. Read More
The Mark Twain is a working reproduction of the historic vessels that ferried people up and down the mighty Mississippi. An actual working steam engine converts the water from the Rivers of America into steam that in turn powers the large paddle that propels the boat.
On the Riverboat Featuring meticulously detailed wood craftsmanship, the 28-foot tall, 105-foot-long vessel is comprised of 4 pristine decks:
Pilothouse, also known as the top deck, features the wheelhouse and Captain’s Quarters
Promenade Deck includes a salon and a collection of vintage photos and maps
Texas (or Sun) Deck is the perfect place to catch some rays as you float down the river
Main Deck includes the boiler and pistons that run the paddlewheel
Limited seating is available on the first deck.
Travel back to the past while moving full steam ahead on the Mark Twain!
All In the Name
Walt Disney named the Mark Twain after the pen name of Samuel Langhorne Clemens. Read More
Walt Disney named the Mark Twain after the pen name of Samuel Langhorne Clemens. One of America's greatest writers and Walt's personal hero, Clemens was a riverboat pilot as a young man. That experience inspired his pen name: "mark twain" is a riverboat term that means a vessel is at a safe depth.
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