CHEF HAS ARRIVED AND HE CAN NOT WAIT TO “SERVE” YOU!
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INTRODUCING THE ALL-NEW ULTIMATE SCREAM EXPERIENCE TICKET!
Whether you’re rockin’ solo or joining in with a group of friends, you’ll be braving all 7 petrifying mazes and discovering 1 amazingly cool secret bar. Meet with your host and group at check in and then let your epic night begin! Your host will guide your group from maze to maze with a break in between to quench thirsts, revive your strength and get you rev’d up for more.
Absolutely no lines, no guessing, no getting lost. We have done all of the planning for you. This is the ultimate exclusive VIP experience. All you are required to do is grab a drink, get ready to make new friends, and have an insanely, wicked good time!
Expedited VIP Entry Line
Fast Fright Access to All Mazes
R.I.P. Lounge Access
Guided Tour of Each Maze (bypass even the Fast Fright Line)
Access to 1 Secret Bar
Pricing: Starting at $229 for select dates. Limited supply!
ALSO GET THE MOST OUT OF DARK HARBOR FOR 2017 BY PURCHASING A SEASON PASS TODAY TO EXPERIENCE MORE THAN ONE NIGHT WHERE FEAR LIVES!
This fall Southern California’s most haunted Halloween event returns on September 28th with more monsters, more nights and more mazes than ever before. With more sinister spirits taking over the Queen Mary, this will be the scariest year yet.
This year’s Dark Harbor will include an all-new 4th maze on the haunted ship. In addition, many of your favorite mazes will be intensified this year with more terrifying new scares. Live your nightmares aboard the haunted Queen Mary and join our cast of ghouls, spirits, and undead for an unforgettable, frighteningly authentic haunted experience.
Dark Harbor is not only a unique haunted experience in Southern California but also a great value with ticket prices starting at just $20 online. Fast Fright, VIP Passes, and Overnight Packages are also available. Come back night after night and enjoy fright after fright with the Dark Harbor Season Pass, available at the scarily low price of just $99 (certain restrictions apply; please see TICKET PAGE for more information).
Opening Night, this Thursday, September 28th: Dark Harbor is open 8:00 PM to 12:00 AM
Select Nights from September 29th – November 1st: Dark Harbor is open 7:00 PM – 12:00 AM (1:00 AM on Fridays and Saturdays)
- SIDESHOW: Step ‘backstage”, rub elbows with resident freaks, take in a show or a drink at the secret bar
- CREEPY CABANAS: Host a private soiree, order a freak show, enjoy instant access to Sideshow & Swings
- R.I.P. LOUNGE: Hover above Dark Harbor at the exclusive ghost-eye-view VIP bar with all-you-can-eat tacos
- SINISTER SWINGS: Take a spin on the infamous Neverland Ranch Ride
- MAINSTAGE: DJ spins between a variety of nightly entertainment shows, plus special guest performances.
TICKETS: General admission tickets start at just $24 online. Fast Fright, VIP and the Ultimate Scream Experience are available. Purchase tickets: http://queenmary.com PARKING:
- $40 for Premium Parking located in the Queen Mary parking lot
- $15 for all-new Dark Harbor Express, 6pm – 1:30am
- Board the Dark Harbor Express boat service (operated by Aqua Link) at Shoreline Village at the Aquarium of the Pacific for your short boat ride over to the Queen Mary. Round-trip fees on the Dark Harbor Express are $8 per person and the parking structure is located at 248 W. Shoreline Drive in Long Beach. Cash only.
- $15 for parking at Long Beach Courthouse, 6pm – 1:30am
- Board a shuttle bus for your complimentary ride over to the Queen Mary located at 101 Magnolia Avenue in Downtown Long Beach. Cash only.
All-New FEAST Maze is Cooking Up Some New Scares
FIRST TIME EVER, FEAST
NEW this year and for the FIRST TIME EVER – a 4th maze aboard the ship! The all-new Feast will take you on a terrifying journey into areas of the ship that have never before been accessible to Dark Harbor guests. During WWII when The Queen Mary was in service as a troop transport ship, an enlisted military man serving in the ship’s kitchen quickly moved up in the ranks to become a highly decorated Chef.
Unbeknownst to the soldiers traveling aboard, Chef had a dark side. Quietly he would sedate a few solders at a time and collect them in the middle of the night to prep them for his latest dishes. Eventually caught, the Chef was thrown into one of his own ovens and cooked alive. Ever-faithful to Chef, his dutiful kitchen staff sacrificed themselves to become his evil henchmen, burning themselves in the same oven.
Chef and his evil crew went into hiding aboard the ship for many years. Largely forgotten these long-time stowaways aboard the ship have resurfaced to resume their deadly duties by collecting new victims for some of Chef’s latest recipes. Are you ready to be served?
NEWLY INTENSIFIED – INTREPID
Do you dare go back to where it all began? Meet the mastermind, the creator and now the protector of the Queen Mary. The Iron Master has returned to reclaim the precious vessel he built, fiercely guarding it from the antics of the freaks and ghouls. Follow his maddening journey… if you dare step aboard.
NEWLY INTENSIFIED – CIRCUS BIG TOP TERROR
Step right up, ladies and gentlemen, and experience the world’s most horrifying circus! Face your greatest fears as you wander through a terrifying tent of terror. Disorienting illusions, maniacal magic acts, and a cadre of sideshow freaks are certain to shock, stun, and startle even the bravest of souls.
NEWLY INTENSIFIED – DEADRISE THE DEPTHS OF DARKNESS
Deadrise is a WWII escort ship that helped guide The Grey Ghost through enemy-infested waters. After a fatal crash during one of their dangerous voyages, Deadrise sank to the bottom and has been resting in her watery grave in the depths of the sea ever since.
The Captain of the Grey Ghost has risen from the dark corners of The Queen Mary to reclaim Dark Harbor for the rightful spirits of the ship. The Captain is the spirit of the most feared captain to serve aboard The Grey Ghost during WWII. He is a fierce warrior and fearless leader. He is the captain of Dark Harbor and all of the spirits who haunt it. During his mortal life, he was dedicated to The Queen Mary. He would stop at nothing to protect his troops aboard The Grey Ghost. Now in his life after death, he is a strong spirit who will protect the ship and all of the rightful spirits aboard the ship and in the harbor at ANY cost – even if it means collecting more souls to serve in his army of spirits. Beware his rage and fierce strength and warlike strategies…he may just choose you to serve along side his vicious spirits. The wreckage of Deadrise has once again been called into service by the star of Dark Harbor, The Captain, to escort him and his armada of ghosts and monsters into a battle against the living to reclaim Dark Harbor.
NEWLY INTENSIFIED – LULLABY HUSH HUSH DON’T CRY
Ring around the rosy, a pocket full of nightmares. The new Lullaby maze takes the visitor on a spine-tingling trip through the story of little Scary Mary. Gone, but certainly not forgotten, Mary is looking for playmates to join her on the other side of hell. Will you succumb to the youngster’s pranks and tricks, or will you escape with your soul intact?
SOULMATE TIL DEATH DO US PART
Gale has been haunting Dark Harbor looking for a soul mate since her mysterious disappearance. A meandering maze of mystery, Soulmate is where Graceful Gale lures potential suitors with her charm.
Beware of her minions, whose job it is to chop up her suitors and reassemble them into the perfect man. Once you’ve been smitten by Graceful Gale, there is no escaping…even after death!
B340 A DESCENT INTO INSANITY
What would drive a man to madness and murder? That’s the answer B340 attempts to answer as we take a schizophrenic sojourn into the psychotic mind of Samuel the Savage.
Tight spaces, darkness mixed with flashing lights, and pulse-pounding noises would drive anyone to the brink of insanity.
Samuel the SavageBeware the wrath of violence of Samuel the Savage and be careful not to lose your head or your mind!
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ABOUT THE QUEEN MARY
The Queen Mary’s creation and launch was nothing if not extraordinary and her story is rich with history, elegance and grandeur. From the time her construction began in 1930 in Clydebank, Scotland, the Queen Mary was destined to stand in a class all her own. Despite suffering economic setbacks during the Great Depression, which stalled construction on the ship for several years, Cunard Line spared no expense on building the Queen Mary – which was originally known as job #534.
THE LEGEND BEHIND THE NAME
Legend has it that the board of directors at Cunard had decided to name the ship the Queen Victoria, which would have been in keeping with the tradition of Cunard ships having the “ia” suffix (Mauretania, Aquitania and Berengeria). As per protocol, legend states that the Cunard directors went to ask King George his blessing of the ship’s proposed name saying, “We have decided to name our new ship after England’s greatest Queen,” meaning Queen Victoria, the King’s Grandmother. Upon which the King is reported to have stated, “My wife (Queen Mary) will be delighted that you are naming the ship after her.”
THE MAIDEN VOYAGE OF THE QUEEN MARY
On May 27, 1936, the Queen Mary departed from Southampton, England embarking on her maiden voyage. She boasted five dining areas and lounges, two cocktail bars and swimming pools, a grand ballroom, a squash court and even a small hospital. The Queen Mary had set a new benchmark in transatlantic travel, which the rich and famous considered as the only civilized way to travel. She quickly seized the hearts and imaginations of the public on both sides of the Atlantic, representing the spirit of an era known for its elegance, class and style.
FROM THE HEIGHT OF LUXURY TO WWII
For three years after her maiden voyage, the Queen Mary was the grandest ocean liner in the world carrying Hollywood celebrities like Bob Hope and Clark Gable, royalty like the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, and dignitaries like Winston Churchill. During this time she even set a new speed record, which she held for 14 years. But when the Queen Mary docked in New York in September 1939 that would be the last time she would carry civilian passengers for many years.
As World War II started, the Queen Mary’s transformation into a troopship had begun. She was painted a camouflaged grey color and stripped of her luxurious amenities. Dubbed the “Grey Ghost” because of her stealth and stark color, the Queen Mary was the largest and fastest troopship to sail, capable of transporting as many as 16,000 troops at 30 knots. After the end of WWII, the Queen Mary began a 10-month retrofitting process, which would return the ship to her original glory. On July 21, 1947, the Queen Mary resumed regular passenger service across the Atlantic Ocean, and continued to do so for nearly two more decades.
THE LAST GREAT CRUISE
The increasing popularity of air travel helped signal the end of an era for the Queen Mary. By 1965 the entire Cunard fleet was operating at a loss and they decided to retire and sell the legendary Queen Mary. On October 31, 1967, the Queen Mary departed on her final cruise, arriving in Long Beach, California, on December 9, 1967. She has called Southern California her home ever since. The Queen Mary is now a floating Hotel, Attraction and Event & Wedding Venue, home to three world-class restaurants and an icon in Southern California.
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