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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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Beijing, China
"This is majestic! Apr 2010"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed April 25, 2017 NEW
Another great majestic ship that I truly loved at first sight! The harbour is SO BIG at Long Beach and many ships and boats are there. This is certainly an amazing place to be to see the beautiful sunset view as well as the boats that were parked there.
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Madison, Alabama
"The Queen is still the Queen!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed April 23, 2017 NEW
I spent a night on the QM in 2015, and decided to do it again in 2016. 2016 was the 80th anniversary of the maiden voyage, and it turns out that the QM has spent more years docked in Long Beach than she spent sailing the North Atlantic. Spending a night on the QM is stepping back in history. You're not on some mega cruise ship, but you are in a past era. It's really a unique experience. Every cabin is different. Both times I have picked a harbor view deluxe cabin, and have been pleased with them. The rooms are comfortable, but equipped with the mandatory flat screen television and of course wireless internet. The hotel is clean, and the staff is very helpful. Sadly parts of the ship such as the lifeboats are beginning to deteriorate, and I understand plans for an overhaul are underway. Highly recommend!
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Madison, Wisconsin
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed April 20, 2017 NEW
This is a difficult review to write for me. We decided to stay on the Queen Mary for one night after we flew into LA, before we traveled on to San Diego. We had pre-paid our reservation nod on arrival I was shocked that the overnight price for self-parking was 22.00. We checked in and the desk staff were kind and helpful. I had booked an hour massage and half-hour facial, which I was looking forward to after a long journey. While we waited and rested, we ordered some room service lunch. The shrimp chopped salad was delicious and plentiful and my husbands chicken ciabatta sandwich was fantastic. Here in starts my issues and why I was not pleased. First, the rooms are tired. On one hand it's fabulous staying in a room you know has been around for 80 years, yet you see the lack of care and maintenance. It's sad. Rust on the porthole windows, wood drying and cracking, aging without care. A bathroom with tiles falling off and those repaired patched together like a school child put them back on. It's sad. My husband toured the ship while I went to my spa appointment. He loved looking around but notice the same lack of care being taken in such a grand old lady as the Queen Mary. My spa appointment was not what I anticipated it to be nor worth the money paid. The massage therapist was odd. I felt very uncomfortable and the techniques used were strange, not what I have had in the past for a traditional massage. It took him forever and as some might appreciate that he went over the sixty minutes, he had not finished the massage. He spent way too much time on areas where they were just fine and not on the places that needed work. Because he ran over, my facial ran incredibly short and was nothing like it should have been. Our dinner reservation had to be changed but even with that adjustment, I did not receive the full facial. This is all made worse by the fact that Was charged a different price than what I had booked AND I was told I had to leave either a fifteen or eighteen percent tip. My bill was atrocious. Twice as much as I expected for such horrible service. Then comes dinner. Chelsea Chowder House is old and run down. It's dark, smelly and although the food is good, it is horribly overpriced and the same menu as room service. The husband says he is glad that we came and had the experience as it is obvious The Queen Mary will not be around much longer. Me, I would have just preferred an airport hotel with a free breakfast. It certainly was not worth the extra four hundred dollars we paid for food and the Spa. Kicking myself on that one. So very sad.
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Charlotte, North Carolina
"The Haunted Encounters Tour was Awesome!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed April 17, 2017 NEW
The haunted encounters tours was excellent. Out tour guide Cody was terrific. Loved the historic elements to the tour as well. We took some time to explore the ship before our tour. The kids loved every minute of it.
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Colorado Springs, Colorado
"Why so expensive?"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed April 17, 2017 NEW
Cool attraction but not worth the price per person, especially for children. Parking is also very expensive and it was a pain to get to. It is probably better if you are staying overnight here so you get better value for money.
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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