Queen Mary, Los Angeles
About Queen Mary, Los Angeles
Queen Mary, Los Angeles - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 1126 Queens Hwy, Long Beach, CA 90802, United States
Ticket Price: 25 USD
Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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Another heritage Los Angeles proudly features is the RMS Queen Mary, which was originally built by the Cunard White Star Line Company of the United Kingdom. It was heavily in use as a superliner and flagship, along with its more important use as a giant troopship during the World War II. It was then retransformed for passenger conveyance until 1967, when the low profit turnover of the Cunard Line caused it to be retired from service.
The Queen Mary was then permanently stabilized in the Long Beach of Los Angeles. To allow public witnessing of the rich heritage it bears, most of its turbines, boilers and propellers were removed to accommodate modernisations for viewers and tourists. Portions of the Queen Mary have been recreated or designed into fashioned restaurants and hotels. Besides itself being the prime major attraction, the ship also houses a large museum featuring numerous heritage objects used in the ship during the decades, as well as reminiscences and relics from the Second World War.
A ship once, the RMS Queen Mary is an important tourist attraction in Los Angeles. The ship has been recreated into hotels and restaurants and is a place which you should definitely head to. Even though the Queen Mary tickets are free of charge, still the individual restaurants and shops rates may vary. Moreover, you can book some tours of the same by buying the Queen Mary tour tickets. The Queen Mary tours will help you in knowing about the history of RMS Queen Mary and what it went in making this a popular tourist attraction.
How To reach Queen Mary by Public Transport
- Downtown Long Beach
Restaurants Near Queen Mary
- Champagne Sunday Brunch
- Promenade Cafe
- Chelsea Chowder House & Bar
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Queen Mary, Los Angeles Reviews - Write a Review
The drive into the parking lot is not the best due a lot of road work in the Long Beach area, but once you enter the parking lot the staff is very helpful in pointing you in the right direction. The room are vintage and very pretty with what must be the original wood. The bed was very comfortable. There are five places to get food, from Starbucks and light food to Winston's fine stake house. I ate at two of the restaurants and it was good food. All in all it was a very nice stay and I say if possible visit the Queen Mary if just to take a tour.
Very friendly staff and clean rooms. Awesome exhibits, including a Lego replica of the Queen Mary and Winston Churchill! Only complaint was the lack of air conditioning. Called several times and was told it would cool down soon. Nope! We had an attached stateroom and only the room with the two open portholes was cool enough at night. Aside from that though, the stay was great. The Queen Mary is currently being renovated and I look forward to coming back when it's complete. 😊
The freeway on the way into the Queen Mary is a hard to navigate, but once there the staff was is very helpful. The rooms are very nice and beds are comfortable. The restaurants are good with good food and polite staff. The staff are helpful and nice all over the ship, if you get lost they all know the way. There a lot of tours aboard from historical to the paranormal, and there not always the same so taking them over are not a problem. All in all I recommend staying the night or just go to dinner it's all a good time
The Queen Mary is a definite must see for those who enjoy a history of boats and the life of sailors in the 1900's. My experience was quite unique as toured through some rooms and corridors as the tour guide explained what would go on in the room and what life was like. Other than tours there is a 4D Experience which is "immersive." But the best out of everything is the Haunted Encounters. The tour guide takes you down to the lower areas of the ship where people and crew were usually working and freak accidents led to there deaths. The atmosphere was like no other. I did feel a wind and a touch or two. HIGHLY RECOMMEND going to this ship. During my time there was an event that took a large portion of areas we couldn't explore. If possible try to take a tour where it's not a holiday. The ship also provides a nice dining experience and the hotels are a little cramped but you get to experience the entire ship in its whole. To really describe in a nutshell. A nice pleasant experience 5/5
Interesting and historic. I wish I would have been able time my visit with the tours. The tour guide and his flock of people were having a great time! The engine room was great and I enjoyed having a drink in the Observation Bar. Warning: if you step outside on the hour, the ship's horn goes off! I nearly had to change my undergarments!
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