Was not impressed with our Queen Mary stay. We were subjected to Vacation club sellers as we arrived in reception. The walls in the cabins are paper thin and had to listen to the going ones in the neighbors cabins. The air con had one...More
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Went here while we were in Anaheim. The Queen Mary shouldn't be missed on a visit to the L.A. area. We toured the ship and took in the 4D movie and the Titanic Exhibit. All excellent. There is a self-guided audio tour of the ship...More
It was really interesting to see how luxurious this boat would have been almost 100 years ago. At our arrival we were a bit astonished by the entrance fee of 29 dollar. And to see everything the income price was 39. By checking on the...More
The Queen Mary offers a great opportunity to see a grand ocean liner and in all of its glory without setting to sea. The history and grandeur of the ship show how ocean cruising used to be.
The Queen Mary is a must visit in Long Beach. My family and I had a great time exploring the ship and taking pictures. We took advantage of the free visit after 6 and just took our time exploring.
I live so close but haven't been there since a 6th grade field trip. Wanted to see the princess Diana exhibit. Also did two guided tours. Great visit especially if you're interested in The Titanic or history. The bar and the restaurant were also great....More
This is the twin of QM NY. I was an alone tourist in Long Beach that day. And I stayed on the game. I made the tourist. Snuggled by the personnel, walking through the famous swimming pool (why is it so famous? Discover it!), listening...More
Tips to make the most of your stay: - Plan to be at the Queen Mary for at least half of your day. I would recommend eating on board at one of the restaurants. -Do a guided tour if you can as the self-guided tour...More