Tours & Exhibits

Queen Mary Tours & Exhibits

Get an up close and personal look at the Queen Mary with one of our exciting and informative guided tours. From the ship's groundbreaking construction and royal launch as the most luxurious and technologically advanced ocean liner at the time, to her duty as a troopship during WWII, to her golden days of the 1950s, to her earning the nickname, the "haunted ship," the Queen Mary's history is full of action, adventure, romance and paranormal activity. Explore the ship frm bow to stern, inside and out, and hear unique stories, facts and insights about the Queen Mary frm tour expert guides. Groups of 15 or more may call 562-499-1718 for discounted group rates. 

We're excited to announce a new promotion! Starting Monday, January 6 through Saturday, February 29, come to the Queen Mary and buy one full-price First Class Passport, and receive a second one for only $10! This offer is valid Monday through Thursday, and tickets can only be purchased at the box office. Be sure to mention the promotion to receive the offer!

The Cunard Story

The Cunard Story An exhibition on the Queen Mary, one of the most celebrated Cunard® ocean liners—explores the rich history of the extraordinary company that designed and built more than 150 ships over the past 175 years. Today, Cunard offers the most luxurious and unique cruise experiences available—adventures curated for travelers who savor the world.

The Steam and Steel Tour

The Steam and Steel Tour will take guests approximately 25 ' below the water line where they will have a chance to walk through Boiler Rooms 1- 4, as well as the Water Softening Plant and the Turbo-Generator Room 1.

The Glory Days

Delve into the ship's expansive past, including her groundbreaking construction, her time as a troopship during WWII and of course, her glory days as the world's most luxurious and technologically advanced ocean liner.


Few public figures have had more influence on modern political and social life than former British Prime Minister, Winston Spencer-Churchill. Fewer still had an ongoing relationship with the Queen Mary. To commemorate their affinity a new Churchill-themed exhibition has been brought to the Queen Mary.

Haunted Encounters

Ever wanted to know some of the stories and legends regarding the famous hauntings of the Queen Mary? Then the Haunted Encounters Tour is the best place to start. This approximate one hour tour will share many of the more well-known or infamous stories of the paranormal residents that now occupy the legendary ship in a non-scary introduction to the ghostly tales of the Queen Mary.

4D Theater

Buckle up and get ready for a more unique side of the ship in the Queen Mary 4-D Theater. Feel the rock and bump of every action scene, smell, feel the rush of the wind or the splash of the living ocean as the Queen Mary is proud to present two exciting movie options. Explore the history of the Queen Mary in an unforgettable 18-minute documentary or plunge deep down into the ocean as you learn about the most infamous sea creature alive today in Shark.

The Shipyard

Measuring 26 feet, weighing over 600lbs. And made from 250,000 LEGO bricks, the LEGO Queen Mary brick model ship is a masterpiece to be seen. The model was designed by England’s certified LEGO Builder, Bright Bricks, Inc., to commemorate Britain’s most famous ocean liner.

Ship Model Gallery

Combining precision and craftsmanship in an exacting work of art, ship models evoke the fascination that we have for the sea and sea travel.

Attractions At Night
Twilight Aboard The Queen Mary

When the sun goes down, the spirits aboard the Queen Mary come out to play. Explore the legendary ship with a series of tours that explore the haunted past and paranormal activity that the Queen Mary is known.
Groups of 15 or more may call 562-499-1718 for discounted group rates

Illusions of the Passed

As seen on the hit series America’s Got Talent and Penn & Teller: Fool Us, Aiden Sinclair brings his interactive theatrical séance to the all-new Revenant Room, aboard the historic Queen Mary.

Travel back in time and meet the ghosts and legends of the ship during a full-evening presentation of Paranormal Illusions. Experience this unforgettable encounter with the spirits of the past in a brand new, intimate theater aboard the historic Queen Mary.

Dining with the Spirits

Enjoy a first-class group dining experience with the award-winning Sir Winston’s Restaurant and Lounge menu before rolling up your sleeves and going on a fun and spooky haunted history tour like no other! 

Paranormal Ship Walk

Learn about the Queen Mary’s exciting history, while exploring all of the reportedly haunted locations. Discover the paranormal hot spots on the Queen Mary and judge for yourself whether or not the ship really is haunted.

Paranormal Investigations

Long regarded as the world’s most haunted ship and declared by Time Magazine as one of “America’s Top 10 Most Haunted", join resident ship para investigator and ParaXplorer Project founder Matthew Schulz as he leads guest investigators into the depths of the RMS Queen Mary's purported active locations, including those not available to the general public, in an effort to connect with spirits who may still call the ship home.

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Something for Everyone Aboard the Queen Mary

With a variety of tours and exhibits the Queen Mary truly does offer something for everyone, making it an ideal destination for large groups or tours. The Queen Mary offers comprehensive tour packages for 15 people or more. Whether you are planning a group vacation, a student field trip or a corporate or government outing, we’re confident we can accommodate your needs. Call 562-499-1718 for more information.

Please note: Due to the historic nature of the ship, some areas as well as several of the tours require the use of stairs and are therefore not wheelchair accessible.

Perfect for Students K-12 or Youth Groups

Take a journey through a porthole to history by bringing your students aboard the historic Queen Mary for your next field trip. Bring world history and art to life with an exciting, educational visit to this historic ocean liner and World War II troop transport ship.

A trip to the legendary Queen Mary encourages classroom lectures and discussions regarding her history, artwork, technological achievement and historical impact on society. The Queen Mary holds one of the world's single largest collections of original Art Deco works and décor.

Learn about her construction, launching, maiden voyage, service in World War II and final voyage to her current home in Long Beach, California. Students may visit the Propeller Box where they can see the last remaining propeller on the Queen Mary, explore the Queen Mary’s various decks and salons and visit the ship’s Engine Room, Infirmary and Bridge, as well as learn various nautical terms. 


*Our K-12 educational tours require a minimum of 25 paid students

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.


Enhance your existing group tour with an additional add-on that is sure to make your experience aboard the Queen Mary one that you will never forget.


Enhance your corporate retreat, school field trip or social outing with an authentic experience unlike any other. You and your guests can ask questions, listen to stories and interact with a real Ship’s Officer of the Queen Mary.


15 Min -  $75.00
30 Min - $150.00
1 Hour -  $300.00

For more information, please call 562-499-1718.


A self-guided Scavenger Hunt around the majestic Queen Mary. The mission is simple. You have one hour to discover all the items on your Scavenger Hunt list. Use your knowledge, wits and instincts to win this exciting adventure game.

For pricing information, please call 562-499-1718.

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.