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The Queen Mary is a historical landmark, hotel, and entertainment venue featuring award-winning restaurants, historical attractions, and 346 staterooms.
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A spectacular thing to see & visit! The ship has many restaurants of every price point. I love Chelsea’s Chowder House. If you dine, you don’t need to buy a ticket to explore it!
The Queen Mary is a historic cruise liner that is iconic to Long Beach. Dine here by reservation only, this is a fun dining experience for a group or a couple. The food in buffet style but don't let that fool you it is very good. The meal is accompanied by a harpist. Along with your meal you can…
Built in 1936, the Queen Mary was a luxury cruise ship in the vein of the doomed Titanic. She completed her 516th and final voyage to Long Beach, California, in December 1967. Today, this beautiful ship is a top tier hotel. The suites have been lovingly restored, and many have their original art…
Spooky haunted ship. It really is a sight to behold. Inside are well-appointed rooms and corridors, just as they were way back when.
Beautiful old ship. Wonderful brunch - well worth it if you have worked up an appetite.
This once luxury ocean liner turned hotel and museum is a Long Beach must see. Complete with tours and attractions, a museum, and a haunted house during the Halloween season, and a NYE fireworks show, Queen Mary is the gift that keeps on giving.
Amazing restaurants, lots of history, and just a fun place to roam around.
Wonderful history and lots of tour options. You can go back over to Long Beach and walk to many restaurants and art galleries.
Enjoy first class dining with the spirits, paranormal ship walk and paranormal investigation. On “Americas top 10 world’s most haunted” declared by Time Magazine.
Dine on a ship from the time of the Titanic on a beautiful champagne brunch buffet.
The QM seems really touristy, and it can be, but it is visited for good reason. We go all the time as locals too. There is an amazing buffet (pre covid) a haunted ghost tour that is also just a tour of the workings of the ship good for people who like either, and endless decks and views to explore…
Take a self guided tour. Visit the Princess Diana museum. Take a ghost tour. Definitely tour the Russian submarine! For a special treat, make dinner reservations for Sir Winston’s Restaurant and ask for a window table. (Coat required) 1126 Queens Hwy, Long Beach, CA 90802 Area: Downtown Long Beach…
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