Get a taste of what life aboard The Queen Mary was like.
Starting Saturday, Aug. 23, let our trained staff guide you through a presentation of how the ship's lifeboats were used in the event of an emergency. In addition, enjoy a brief interactive tutorial on the system of international maritime signal flags and how they represent individual letters of the alphabet in signals to or from ships.
Our trained team will also take guests up on the bridge and discuss the navigations techniques used by The Queen Mary and other maritime vessels. And finally, enjoy a tour of the ship's mammoth Engine Room and learn what some of those gizmos do.
A fun, educational demonstration that will give guests a glimpse as to what life was like for the staff aboard the World Famous Queen Mary during her heyday.
And don't miss the Queen Mary horn, proudly blowing every day at 10AM, 3PM & 6PM. The Voice of the Queen Mary can be heard ten miles away! In its heyday - its powerful voice is so attuned that passengers on the ship would not be disturbed.
Lifeboats (Sundeck near Sir Winston's) MON - THURS 12:30 & 3:30PM; FRI-SUN 12:30, 3:30 & 6:30PM
Bridge/ Signal Flags/Navigation (The Bridge) ALL SEVEN DAYS 1:30 & 4:30PM
The Engine Room MON-THUR 11:30AM & 2:30PM; FRI-SUN 11:30AM, 2:30 & 5:30PM
Pricing: Available as part of any of our tour packages - The Queen Mary Passport, The Royal Passport, The Haunted First-Class Passport and the Historic First-Class Passport.
Parking: $15 (Subject to change based on Special Event schedule here.)
Map: The Queen Mary can get confusing. Download our map and bring it with you!
Please note: Due to the historic nature of the vessel, not all area are easily accessible by guests with mobility issues.