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The Queen Mary Passport Tour in Long Beach, CA

1126 Queens HighwayLong Beach, CA 90802
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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.


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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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Ron O
Calgary, Canada
"More interesting than I thought it was going to be "
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed September 21, 2017 NEW
Took my teenage daughter. Both of us had just walked off the helicopter at Island Helicopters nearby (see my review of their operation). We were looking to just go for a little walk before departing. At first, with the cost, I almost walked away. It's a little steep in my opinion (but then again, multiple operators of this ship have financially struggled with it over the past several decades, so all the entries are probably not even paying the maintenance fees). Once you're on board, you pretty much have free reign to go wherever you want. Part of the ship is a hotel which I did not stay at but I did check out some of the rooms. I would only stay here if I fully understood what the size of a cabin berth on a 100-year-old vessel is. Once again, each room in the entire operation is a maintenance nightmare so you should only expect an experience not luxury. I did enjoy all of the models of various ships on one of the decks. These are huge, cross-section models some perhaps 15 to 20 feet long. All of them outfitted and labeled meticulously with markers to allow you to understand all of the various levels in the rooms and features. I really enjoyed this part and in fact, had I more time, would've spent at least two hours reading through all of the histories of various ships. I did not have time to go into the for the theater. I think that perhaps is one of the highlights but I did not have time. I did however, enjoy going into the deep parts of the ship and seeing various engine rooms and inner workings of such a vessel. If the entry fee does not bother you, then I think this is a great way to spend 2 to 4 hours.
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Stacey H
Bowling Green, Kentucky
"Worst Customer Service Ever"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed September 19, 2017 NEW
Upon arrival, we were put into a room that the phone nor the tv worked. Hector the maintenance guy was awesome and so polite. He couldn't get the tv fixed. So he recommended we move rooms. It was on level B...so needless to say it was a country mile walk back to the reception desk. Then they proceeded to put us in a smaller room where the air conditioning didn't work so we returned back to the desk where we asked for a manager. We were fet up with moving rooms and we wanted to make sure the next room we got had AC and the tv worked. The girl at the desk, Cody, she was rude and short. Almost to the point, where she made me feel like it was my fault and responsibility to report rooms that aren't up to livable standards. She then proceeded to tell me that the manager was on lunch and couldn't be bothered. I told her I needed another room and that if I had to come back I was going to get a full refund and leave because no one should have to move three times with luggage and four people to different rooms. The last room was fine. We were tired of moving so we made it work. I understand the ship is old but dang, I thought they would renovate it to meet today's standard. When we woke up the next morning we toured the ship. Tons of areas have been blocked off for construction so we didn't get to enjoy it all. Not to mention, when we went to leave a crane was blocking our parking lot. We made it out and learned that we were charged $38.00 to my credit card. 17$ for wifi and $22 for parking. I was irate. Was a major disappointment.
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Sacramento, California
"Princess Diana exhibit "
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed September 18, 2017 NEW
The Princess Diana exhibit was good. Seeing the gowns and tiaras she wore, especially on the tv specials the next day gave me goosebumps. Except for the tiny elevators, the ship seemed to be easily accessible as I was with my parent in a wheelchair. The Clam Chowder served in the restaurant was outstanding.
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Doylestown, Pennsylvania
"What an amazing piece of history."
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed September 17, 2017 NEW
I found the tour interesting. I would like to find out even more about this remarkable ship. The restaurants seemed pricey and I was with kids so I avoided them. Make sure to go to the engine room. That was my favorite part, it keeps going and going!
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Melody C
Burbank, California
"Great Venue! "
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed September 14, 2017 NEW
I attended a professional conference on The Queen Mary. The staff were accommodating, the food was really quite good, and the surroundings were fabulous! I loved the various exhibits and historical accounts scattered around the ship. It was a fun and interesting location for a conference and training event. I was really pleased with the experience.
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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