AAA Editor Notes
Queen Mary is at 1126 Queens Hwy. and can be reached via Queensway Bridge or I-710. The Queen Mary, one of the largest passenger liners ever built, is permanently docked in Long Beach Harbor. A self-guiding audio tour (available in English, Spanish, French, German, Mandarin Chinese and Japanese) includes the bridge, officers’ quarters, engine room, isolation ward and upper and lower decks of the ship. The 121-seat theater features a short film with 4-D effects.

Exhibits on the Promenade Deck detail the evolution of passenger ship transportation and house 10 model ships. At The Shipyard gallery, visitors can see a 26-foot-long model of the Queen Mary made of 250,000 LEGO bricks and also build their own model ship. Haunted Encounters is an interactive exploration of the paranormal, based on reported events. Other tours are available.

Guided tours are available. Food is available.

Admission
Queen Mary Passport (includes self-guiding audio tour, 4-D film, exhibits and choice of Haunted Encounters Tour or Glory Days Historical Tour) $27; $25 (ages 55+ and military with ID); $17.50 (ages 4-11). First-Class Passport (includes self-guiding audio tour, 4-D film, exhibits, Haunted Encounters Tour and Glory Days Historical Tour) $34; $32 (ages 55+ and military with ID); $24.50 (ages 4-11). Grand Voyage Passport (includes self-guiding audio tour, 4-D film, exhibits, Haunted Encounters Tour, Glory Days Historical Tour and the Diana: Legacy of a Princess exhibit) $39.95; $37.95 (ages 55+ and military with ID); $32.95 (ages 4-11). A $2 fee is also charged per ticket.
Parking
$5 (1 hour), $18 (1-12 hours), $22 (maximum per day).
Hours
Daily 10-6. Tour times vary; phone for schedule.
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