General Admission to Dark Harbor for One at The Queen Mary Through November 2 (Up to 41% Off)

The Queen Mary

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Thrill-seekers may attend this haunted attraction filled with scary mazes, monsters, rides, and secret bars

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About This Deal

  • What’s included: Admission to terrifying mazes, live entertainment, secret bars, and a haunted ship
  • Indoor and outdoor event
  • Recommended for children aged 12 or older

Dark Harbor

Southern California’s most authentically terrifying haunt returns to The Queen Mary for 23 nights during the Halloween season. Dark Harbor offers it’s most interactive experience yet, featuring 6 terrifying mazes, a myriad of immersive environments, alternate paths and nightly live entertainment. The Captain has summoned hundreds of unruly monsters to taunt and terrorize attendees. Thrill-seekers who dare can try to find secret hidden passages and lounges while discovering why The Queen Mary is said to be one of the top 10 most haunted venues in the world.

Fine Print

Expiration varies. Expiration Varies. Valid only for option purchased. This is a ticket. Use for admission to Dark Harbor during 2019 season. May only be used at the date and time indicated. Limit 4 per person, may buy additional 2 as gifts. Parking not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Learn about Strike-Through Pricing and Savings

About The Queen Mary

Since its maiden voyage in 1936, The Queen Mary has transported iconic figures from Winston Churchill to Fred Astaire across the ocean blue, and it even helped transport troops during World War II. Now at home in the Port of Long Beach, the venerable ship pairs art-deco trappings with stunning Pacific Ocean views. Guests can also walk through where Churchill planned the infamous D-Day concept—the Cabinent and Map Room. This exhibit also features reproductions of the bunker designed for the film Darkest Hour.

The onboard hotel recreates transoceanic luxury in her 346 staterooms (which include 9 full suites). Guests here often make multiple trips to onsite restaurants, such as the award-winning Sir Winston’s and Chelsea Chowder House & Bar, as well as appearances at the weekly Champagne Sunday Brunch served in the ship’s Grand Salon.