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All-American Fourth of July

Celebrate an All American 4th of July aboard the Queen Mary. Choose your favorite era of Independence to salute or stroll from decade to decade with the entire ship as your playground.
Listen to live music, learn your favorite American jig, and lounge all day enjoying family-friendly activities. With a giant fireworks extravaganza and unforgettable family fun, 4th of July aboard the Queen Mary (2 - 10PM) is the ultimate Southern California tradition.

Please note: You MUST have an All-American Fourth of July ticket to board the ship on July 4

Schedule of Events

Coming soon…but here's a sneak peek:
1920’s & 1930’s – Grand Salon & Observation Bar
1940’s & 1950’s – Britannia Salon & Deck, Capstan Deck
1960’s & 1970’s – Queen’s Salon
1980’s & 1990’s – Royal Salon
2000’s – 2010’s – Verandah Grill & Deck, Sun Deck & Sports Deck


Tickets

• All American General Admission Pass - $39.99 ($45 at the Door)
• All American Child Pass (4-11) - $19.99 ($25 at the Door) Children 3 and under are free
• VIP Patriot Pass - $59.99 ($65 at the Door)
• Salute the Troops Pass - FREE (Active Duty Military/Military in Uniform with Military ID at the Door Only)
$5 Off General Admission for Military Veterans with proof of service at the box office 4th of July


Overnight Package

Plan an overnight stay aboard the Queen Mary during the 4th of July and save. Experience an authentic Art Deco stateroom and enjoy all of the fun 4th of July festivities the Queen Mary has to offer. Guests who stay aboard the ship on 7/3 must check out by noon on 7/4 unless they have a ticket to the event.


You Matter Bike Tour 2014

Veterans Ken Carr and Steve Redmond are riding bicycles 5,000 miles from Long Beach, NY to Long Beach, CA to help raise awareness of veterans suffering with the invisible wounds of war and to raise money for The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund, which serves United States military personnel wounded or injured in service to our nation, and their families.

The two riders will arrive in Long Beach at the Queen Mary on July 4.

Tours and Attractions

For the All-American Fourth of July, the usual Queen Mary passport packages will not be available, however each of our tours will be available for purchase à la carte at the Queen Mary box office.
The All-American Tour ($9.95) - Departs hourly from 12 - 7PM
Ghost and Legends ($9.95) - Departs every 30 min from 11AM - 7PM
Haunted Encounters ($9.95) - Departs hourly from 12 - 7PM
The Scorpion Submarine Tour ($9.95) - 11AM - 7PM
Diana: Legacy of a Princess ($9.95) - 11AM - 7PM
The Queen Mary Story (Free) - 11AM - 7PM
(Note: Hotel guests only 11AM - 12PM).

Dining Aboard the Queen Mary

The Queen Mary will open all of her restaurants for extended hours to celebrate the holiday with All-American themed menus.
Promenade Cafe - 6:30AM - 10PM (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
Chelsea Chowder House - 3PM - 10PM (lunch, dinner)
Sir Winston's - 5:00PM-7:30PM first seating / 8PM-close second seating: $135 per person + tax
The Tea Room - 11AM - 4PM (lunch)
Observation Bar - 11AM – Close (lunch, dinner)
In Room Dining - 6:30AM - 11PM (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
All American Buffet - 3PM-8PM (lunch, dinner)
All American Grab N Go Stations – 2PM –CLOSE (lunch, dinner)

The following is a list posted of prohibited items for this event: no coolers, chains/chain wallets, outside food & beverage, camelpacks, tents, umbrellas, chairs, professional cameras, stuffed animals, pets, drugs or drug paraphernalia...All confiscated items will be saved and disposed of in a proper manner. No re-entry.


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Ticket Info/Help:
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Event Info:
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Friday, July 4, 2014
2 - 10PM

Ticket Info:
Starting at $39.99