The ship’s 346 suites and staterooms start at around $130 for the night (AAA discounts are available), but even if you’re not an overnight guest, you can have a romantic dinner, cocktails, afternoon tea and weekend brunch in the ship’s restaurants and bars.
One-hour ghost-themed tours of the ship are the Queen Mary’s most popular draw; held daily at 12, 2, 4 and 6 p.m., they’re $29.95 for adults and $13.95 for kids. The biggest crowd pleaser on this tour is a tie between the haunted swimming pool and an inexplicably cold spot in the floor of a room where a woman was said to have died.
Docked near downtown Long Beach, it’s easy to combine a visit to the Queen Mary with the Aquarium of the Pacific, The Pike at Long Beach entertainment complex, or the funky, independent and Art Deco-style East Village Arts District.
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California Beach Cities Day Trip from Los Angeles: Long Beach, Huntington Beach, Venice Beach and Santa Monica
Experience Southern California’s laid-back beach lifestyle, and see various Pacific coast beaches on this day trip from Los Angeles! Visit Huntington Beach, ... Read more
Location: Los Angeles, California
Duration: 12 hours (approx.)