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- Address: 1126 Queens Hwy, Long Beach, CA 90802, USA, United States
- Timings: 06:00 am - 11:30 pm Details
- Phone: +1-8773420738
- Ticket Price: 28 USD
- Time Required: 05:00 Hrs
- Tags: Restaurant, Family And Kids
The Queen Mary - Review
When you are checking out the Queensway Bay, you will see a large ship docked at the end of the bay. Do not be confused, it is not a warship that strayed from the port, it is a warship that is docked in the bay to offer a tourist experience like never before. The Queen Mary warship was built in England and used to commute between America and Great Britain. The warship was brought by the city of Long Beach after it was withdrawn from service. It was converted into a hotel in the early 70s and since then, has become an immensely popular landmark in Long Beach. You can tour the inside of the ship that has been renovated and divided among restaurants and other attractions. One of the most popular attractions is a gallery dedicated to the memorabilia of Princess Diana that showcases her personal belongings, photographs, and heirlooms. There is a 4-D theatre on board. Fond of scary stories? Take a haunted tour of the ship after hours and explore some of her scary legends.
The Queen Mary Information
- You can have a romantic dinner at one of the restaurants on the ship too.
The Queen Mary Ticket Prices
- Children’s tickets – 20.95 USD
How To reach The Queen Mary by Public Transport
- Bus stop – Queen Mary London Town W
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The Queen Mary, Long Beach Reviews
Amazing place to visit. Spent 5 hours here just wandering around looking at all the different displays. Went on the general admission with one tour and picked the haunted stories. It took about and hour for that and chose a night time tour. Beautiful decor inside. Really smells "old" and all the art deco was amazing. Definitely could of spent way more time there. Will be back again one day
Their service was exceptional. Their food was good and there were a lot of options to pick from. There was a live band entertainment, which bring out a great atmosphere. Really recommend this place. Not only it's a great place to eat at,but it have a great history to go with it.
Historically rich piece of machinery and entertaining spot to visit. Just seeing the ship, walking up to it and getting to walk around the inside should be more than sufficient for the average visitor, but if you must take the tours try to get the least expensive ones; seriously, they're not necessarily worth paying much for. I believe they're a bit boring and too long lasting for what you really get to see. I'd prefer you go have a drink at the bar, or a bite at the restaurant, or swing-dance a bit, or just walk endlessly around instead of paying $46 a head for a tour that promises much and delivers very little. Once again, this is a very cool place to go and be amazed by the ship itself; the hugeness of it, its history, its cultural value, etc, but not the tours; please, not the tours!!!
The Paranormal Ship Walk was a blast. It was fun walking around the creepy places and learning about them. Our tour guide was nice and funny and told us his own experiences on the ship while working there. I forgot his name but he was awesome. My mom got touched by something in the boiler room right as our guide was telling us about the ghost that likes to touch women that come through and I also took 2 pretty interesting pictures. It was very worth it and I highly recommend coming here if you're into that kind of stuff
Wonderful experience. Good location, affordable, comfortable rooms, nice history. But require dumb deposit for each night you will stay with them. Staying for 10 days during a vacation in the Los Angeles? Be prepared to pay an extra $750 at check in - $75 for each night you stay. They give it back upon leaving, but really stupid. Far more than what other hotels charge in security deposits. Also, when booking through a website, there is a hidden "resort fee" per day not quoted in the prices. Be aware so you do not get startled.