School groups are invited to visit the ship for a one-of-a-kind experience.
• World’s longest LEGO© Brick Model Ship of the Queen Mary in the Shipyard Room
• Ship Gallery with ship-builder models
• The Queen Mary Historic Exhibit — a visual narrative of the ship’s history
• Original artifacts, frescoes, and other designs from the Art Deco period
• Hands-on exploration of a living landmark from a bygone era
• Full Steam Ahead: The Queen Mary Project — A short film introduces students to the ship and its history.
• 4-D movies are also available.
All tours include a short film in the theater to introduce students to the Queen Mary.
Queen Mary educators lead students on a one-hour, grade-specific, tour highlighting key areas of the ship and history.
A visit offers a meaningful field trip that will connect to your classroom curriculum.
K-2nd grade: A City at Sea guided tour
3rd-5th grade: Full STEAM Ahead guided tour
6-8th grade: STEAM-Science Technology Engineering Art & Math-guided tour
9-12th grade: Customized tour options are available to meet your class needs
Queen Mary educators assist students with discussions and hands-on opportunities
on the ship.
3–5th grade: Energy at Sea — After a discussion of how the Queen Mary is powered, student groups will engineer their own boats and compete with classmates to test their seaworthiness and speed.
• For groups of 24 or more only.
• $7 student admission includes movie and one-hour educator led tour and a Junior Officer Guide handout.
• One adult chaperone is admitted free with every 10 paid student admissions. Additional adult chaperones are welcome at the student-rate admission fee.
• Free bus parking and dedicated lunch area for students and chaperones.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 562-499-1718 for more details and to book your class field trip today!
Please note: Due to the historic nature of the vessel we are unable to guarantee access to any specific room or location on our tours, Also not all areas are easily accessible by guests with mobility issues.