Once a world-class ocean liner, the Queen Mary Hotel in Long Beach now offers guests unique accommodations and a wide array of attractions. The Queen Mary’s story is rich with history, elegance and grandeur. From the time her construction began in 1930 in Clydebank, Scotland, the Queen Mary was destined to stand in a class all her own, and Cunard Line spared no expense.
For three years after her maiden voyage, the Queen Mary was the grandest ocean liner in the world carrying Hollywood celebrity’s royalty and dignitaries, but when the Queen Mary docked in New York in September 1939, it would be the last time she would carry civilian passengers. On October 31, 1967, the Queen Mary departed on her final cruise, arriving in Long Beach where she is now a floating hotel, attraction and home to three world-class restaurants.
During the month of October in the spirit of Halloween, from the darkest depths of your deepest hidden fears, Dark Harbor welcomes guests with a cast of sinister spirits ready to deliver blood curdling terror. Guests can live their nightmares aboard the haunted Queen Mary with an unforgettable, frighteningly authentic haunted experience. From dining with the spirits, to guides by a trained paranormal, you can explore the Queen Mary’s most notorious paranormal hotspots and hear harrowing tales of the ship’s haunted past. When done exploring the ship and after surviving Dark Harbor, you can spend the night on the haunted ship itself. Each stateroom is unique with its own personality and offers a real glimpse into what transatlantic travel was like during the 30s thru 50s.
From historic tours, to paranormal attractions and authentic vintage accommodations, there are a wide variety of things to do and see while aboard the Queen Mary making it a perfect ESCAPADITA.