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The Queen Mary Passport Tour in Long Beach, CA

1126 Queens HighwayLong Beach, CA 90802
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Overview

Learn all there is to know about the Queen Mary on this one-of-a-kind, in-depth tour. With your passport to the Queen Mary, you’ll explore a 4D theater, tour the ship at your own pace with an audio tour, encounter the ship’s myths and legends firsthand, and so much more. What will you discover about the world famous ocean liner, the Queen Mary?

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I felt transported to another era; a priceless art and history lesson in the same visit.

Description

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Since its maiden voyage in 1936, The Queen Mary has transported iconic figures from Winston Churchill to Fred Astaire across the ocean blue, and it even helped transport troops during World War II. Now at home in the Port of Long Beach, the venerable ship pairs art-deco trappings with stunning Pacific Ocean views.

The onboard hotel recreates transoceanic luxury in her 346 staterooms (which include 9 full suites). Guests here often make multiple trips to onsite restaurants, such as the award-winning Sir Winston’s and Chelsea Chowder House & Bar, as well as appearances at the weekly Champagne Sunday Brunch served in the ship’s Grand Salon.

On arrival at the Queen Mary, proceed to the onsite box office, to be booked on the guided tour (included in admission price) and receive complimentary guide maps.

Please Note: Due to the historic nature of the vessel, not all areas are easily accessible by guests with mobility issues. The Diana Exhibit is fully accessible; most other tours and exhibits require extensive use of stairs.

Parking: $18/day, $22/overnight, $27/valet parking (Subject to change based on Special Event schedule here.)

Blackout Dates: The Queen Mary is open 365 days a year, but a separate Special Event ticket is required to visit on some dates, including but not limited to: 7/4, and 12/31 (subject to change without notice)

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Italia2go
New York City, New York
"Nice One time Visit"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed March 22, 2017 NEW
The tour was interesting, but limited. Would have enjoyed seeing a current stateroom. I understand it is currently a hotel, but would think there would be one room available to see briefly. We also had tea upstairs in the Sun Deck Room. The atmosphere was disappointing, empty an not decorated at all. The food was mediocre. Staff was friendly and attentive
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Banerman
Los Angeles, California
"A 'must see' place"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed March 22, 2017 NEW
I'm a sucker for these kinds of attractions and the Queen is one of the best. It's getting old and there has lately been talks about it needing major repairs. I hope they find the money because it would be a shame to lose her.
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Keeper40
Portland, Oregon
"Overpriced Brunch"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed March 21, 2017 NEW
Traveled 100 miles from Escondido for the Sunday brunch and was really disappointed. The food was fine, a good variety, and plenty of it. But for $130 plus tip (for 2) I was expecting more elegance and more sophisticated food choices. The Mexican bar was black beans, ground beef, taco makings, etc.; the Chinese was sweet and sour pork, fried rice; the Italian was 3 different kinds of pasta. If you are used to the grand dining rooms of today's modern ships, the low ceiling dining room was a shock - almost felt like a high school cafeteria. I could have saved the 200 mile round trip and had as good a brunch locally.
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CKM1991
Boston, Massachusetts
"Excellent brunch"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed March 20, 2017 NEW
Brunch was lavish and the service outstanding. We then roamed around the ship for a while afterwards.
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upstny
Upstate NY
"There's TWO SECTIONS to the Queen Mary"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed March 19, 2017 NEW
I went to the Queen Mary after visiting the Aquarium. I wish that I skipped the Aquarium and went right to the QM. It's good for adults, not kids. There are TWO entrances, TWO sections to the QM. One is for the engine room area and the other is for the rest of the ship, the staterooms, the dining rooms, etc. I specifically asked the lady at the entrance to the engine area if there was anything else to see, because I wanted to see the staterooms and the fancy part of the ship the guests lived in. She said that there was nothing else, except for the sample guest rooms above the engine room. She insisted that was it. I asked her in different ways THREE TIMES!!!! My sister had been on the QM tour years ago and knew about the second entrance and took me outside to the second entrance. Unfortunately, we didn't leave ourselves enough time to see the fancy part of the ship. There was a tour of the ship that we were too tired to see because of all of the time we wasted at the Aquarium and we were just worn out. Skip the aquarium, schedule enough time for the QM tour, leave the kids at home, make sure you see both parts of the ship. The Engine part isn't good if you have bad knees. There are several staircases. My sister couldn't do the engine part but I could and I need a knee replacement. The engine part is really cool if you are at all mechanically wonky.
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Queen Mary Passport

What’s included in my tour passport package?
Guests who purchase the Queen Mary Passport have access to the following attractions and areas of the vessel:

  • A ticket to board The Queen Mary
  • 4-D Theater screening - A 121-seat theater offering a 3-D viewing experience with 4-D effects such as wind and scents.
  • Audio Tour - (1.5 - 2 hours) Tour the Queen Mary at your own pace with our comprehensive Audio Tour. Learn the history of the Queen Mary while strolling the decks with our exclusive Queen Mary headset.
  • Your choice of:
    • The Glory Days Historical Tour - You’ve heard the stories, the myths, and legends, but now get the straight scoop about the majestic Queen Mary.
    • Haunted Encounters - See why the Queen Mary was listed by Time magazine as one of the Top 10 Most Haunted Places in America.
  • Access to the Queen Mary Story, Museum & Historic Exhibit
  • Access to the Ship Model Gallery
  • Access to the new exhibition "Passion for Painting: The Art of Winston Churchill"

Do I need to purchase a ticket if I simply want to tour the Queen Mary?
Yes. All guests must have a tour ticket. We offer many types of tours for your enjoyment.

Are the tours ADA accessible?
Due to the nature of the historic ship, most of the tours and areas of the ship are not ADA accessible. Pre-recorded videos of Haunted Encounters, Glory Days, and the Engine Room tours are available at the Heritage Room near the Tour Center. Please see the Tour Center on the Promenade Deck for accommodations.

Is parking available?
Yes. The parking rates for guests are as follows:
  • $18/day
  • $22/overnight self-parking
  • $27/ valet parking