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Queen Mary

1126 Queens Highway Long Beach, CA 90802 | Long Beach | 562-435-3511

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Parking at the Queen Mary is $8 for patrons of Cal Rep performances, $6 for CSULB students and patrons who have dinner aboard the ship.


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    Absolutely our favorite fright-fest of the year, the Queen Mary's Dark Harbor is an epically fun and terrifying evening of creatures that only come out at night—they're bringing back...
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    There comes a certain night at the Observation Bar at the Queen Mary when suddenly all the guys are dressed like Humphrey Bogart (or Indiana Jones) and all the women look like young Gloria...
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    Ah, the halcyon days of 1945, when national spirit was high and people were truly proud to be American. The war had just ended with our enemies defeated. The Great Depression was over. Women...
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    The mass of adorable teacup pig videos seems to have no affect on Americans' love of bacon. It goes like this: “Look at that little piglet! His nose is so cute! And he's getting a...
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    Though she may be Scottish by birth, the Queen Mary goes all-out American this Independence Day with a patriotic red, white and blue bash. Starting at noon and lasting well into the night,...
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    On a brisk Thursday morning, one of the few things that motivates Nick Waterhouse to rise and shine is the opportunity to catch some waves with his dad and spend some quality time in the...
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    We guess some people decide when summer starts based on some kind of equinox? Or even something like “weather”? Well, we say BS to that because the true indicator of summer is a...
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    The prospect of actual snow during Christmas time really get our bells jingling—and Queen Mary's cool spectacular Chill makes all that frosty winter magic a reality. The majority of...
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    Our favorite Halloween scare-fest, the Queen Mary's Dark Harbor resurrects this month with an all new evil spirit to scare the bejeezus out of you: the Ringmaster. Armed with a killer-clown...
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    It ain’t easy being queen. You have to act prim and proper all the time, and there's definitely no farting allowed. But Long Beach’s reigning royal, the Queen Mary, is about to...
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    There is arguably no better SoCal spot to catch 4th of July fireworks than from the decks of the historic Queen Mary. For this Independence Day, the ship presents its All-American...
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    You have to give it up to the writers (or researchers) on the original run of Arrested Development (A.D.). They went beyond the hot spots normally associated with Orange...
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    There are plays that work very hard to say a lot of things in as many words as possible. They stretch on and on, satisfying every question, resolving every issue, leaving no doubt to the...
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    This marks for a very royal Tuesday afternoon on the ocean, as Queen Mary meets Queen Elizabeth. It's only the third time in more than 30 years that another Cunard ship saddled up alongside...
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    The legendary decks of the Queen Mary will once again be filled with extraordinary festivities and celebration on New Year’s Eve 2012. The glamour years of the world’s grandest...
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    Long Beach experiences a plethora of ice and snow this winter for the first time—ever. The Queen Mary presents Chill, a complete transformation of its 13,000-square-foot dome into a...
  • Stick a Fork In It: On the Line
    Besides their on-board dining options, Chef Henderson pointed out their newest seasonal exhibit about to debut: CHILL, a wintery collection of ice sculptures, activities, and festive food...
  • Stick a Fork In It: On the Line
    We originally planned on interviewing the chef behind Sir Winston's Restaurant. Then we realized Todd Henderson was also the same chef as Chelsea Chowder House, their Tea Room, and the rest...
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    Each October, the Queen Mary (with about 50 recorded deaths aboard the vessel) flaunts her haunted reputation with the annual Dark Harbor festival. More than 200 monsters, zombies,...
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    No matter how much some people long for the vanquishing of the British Monarchy, the rest of us continue to go nuts over publicly-funded fairy tales and will never tire of the...
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    It didn’t happen in Treasure Island, it didn’t happen in the The Pirates of Penzance, and it certainly didn’t happen in any of the Johnny Depp Caribbean flicks—but...
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    It’s very important, every now and then, to reconnect with your roots. And there is perhaps no action more primal and fulfilling than biting into some rib meat. We mean really tearing...
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    Everyone knows that dressing up for St. Patrick’s Day is totally Gaelic. When it comes to the uber-haunted Queen Mary, however, it’s best not to unwittingly mash any poltergeist...
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    With the Internet in everyone's pockets these days, we're only a few clicks from finding out just about everything we never wanted to know about anything. Examples: necrophilia,...
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    If you’re into old stuff (not in an Anna Nicole Smith kind of way), check out the 3rd Annual Inspiration Vintage, Fashion, Art & Kulture Show. Though it includes contemporary items...
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    Want to start off 2012 in high style? Head over to the Queen Mary's First Class NYE ship-wide celebration, where there's a whopping seven parties to hop, live music from jazz bands in the...
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    There were 100 directions playwright Paul Mullin and director Eberhard Koehler could have taken with Mullin's play Louis Slotin Sonata. Fortunately, for those who enjoy ample doses of...
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    Playwright Paul Mullin explores the relationship between art and science in this story about the tragic consequences of one tiny slip. There were many accidents during the short history of...
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    Anyone who has visited the stretch of vintage shops and quaint eateries from Junipero Avenue to Cherry Avenue on Fourth Street in Long Beach charmingly referred to as Retro Row, or anyone...
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    When Steve Diggle met Pete Shelley over a drink at a Manchester Sex Pistols gig in 1976, he felt the world change. A few months before, he'd saved up just enough money from his first...
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    Picking up a book by Rin Tanaka is like looking directly at the love and passion the San Clemente-resident-by-way-of-Japan journalist and photographer has for his craft. Author of several...
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    Start the year out in style! Experience five onboard parties, each of which holds a little something for everybody. Enjoy jazz in one of the historic salons; sing along to Dueling Pianos;...
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    Its name stems from Irish/Gaelic for "water of life," but whisky is actually the devil's own special brew. Distilled from grain and left to age in archaic wooden barrels, it's the kind of...
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