The Queen Mary6 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 10:00 pm]
- 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
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 The warship was brought by the city of Long Beach after it was withdrawn from service.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 Travel Tips
- You can have a romantic dinner at one of the restaurants on the ship too.
Entrance Ticket Details For The Queen Mary
- Children’s tickets – 20.95 USD
How to Reach The Queen Mary
- Bus stop – Queen Mary London Town W
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The Queen Mary Reviews & Ratings
By no means was our stay horrible, but the hype made by many over the years is arguably hot air. Floating duct tape is the best way to describe the ship. While the restaurants had excellent service and food, the hotel and the vessel itself leave a lot to be desired. If staying here is on your bucket list, then do, but do not expect much. For those thinking of staying elsewhere and visiting the Queen Mary, do. For better beds, showers that fit those taller than 5’9” and carpets not held together by duct tape, you can stay at a nearby Hyatt for less.
I went for the haunting of queen Mary or however it's called. It was really crowded but enjoyable. The prices at this haunting event were really HIGH! Parking was $40 and that's just for general parking. The lines for the mazes were super LONG too.
Decadent atmosphere. Fantastic food. Awesome entertainment. It's an experience of opulence and extravaganza one would expect living in 1940's. This is probably one of the most rare places to enjoy such service. Take yourself and those you love to something amazing. Truly not to be missed.
Accommodations were good. If spending the night, remember sounds carry through the ship hull. There are signs throughout the ship stating this. I could hear the couple next door like they were in the room with me. Dinner at Sir Winston's was wonderful. If you are a seafood lover, try the seafood pie.
Awesome service. Super friendly staff. Room service is fast. The steak was perfect. Even saw some seals from the porthole windows. Wonderful holliday attractions available. Cool Santa and the elf dude was so funny. Ice skating on the top deck. We chose the retro room but they have modern as well.