The spookiest attraction in Long Beach

Dark Harbor is the Queen Mary’s annual Halloween haunted attraction with multiple mazes, a 4D theater experience, countless live monsters, live entertainment, DJ’s, themed bars, private cabanas, concession-style food, and a R.I.P lounge experience. Now on the 10th year of the event, Dark Harbor is a must-see attraction in Long Beach. 

 

Continue reading for a full guide to this spooktacular Halloween event!

 

 Mazes & Monsters

Get ready for hundreds of live monsters all based around events from the Queen Mary’s long and storied past. Along with monsters, the event announced an all new maze based on the true story of a rogue wave that nearly capsized the Queen Mary decades ago. 

 

Pubs & Grub

With various secret and not so secret bars onboard during Dark Harbor, there’s plenty of fun to be had for the 21+ crowd. Are you brave enough to search for all the hidden bars?

 

Entertainment

There’s plenty of things to do beyond mazes and bars. You won’t want to miss out on various rides, live nightly shows, a haunted hookah lounge, a 4D Panic experience. As long as you can handle the scares, you’ll want to stay all night!

 

Private Patios, Cabanas, and Group Tickets 

Costing $99 for the entire night, you can splurge on your own haunted hang out in a private cabana. Guests also have the option to enhance the experience with bottle & food service. The $99 does not cover the price of admission, but special ticketing group rates are available for parties of 16 people or more.

 

Dark Harbor Parking

Parking in Southern California is always a nightmare, but you do have some options that make getting to the Queen Mary easier. A free shuttle is available for guests who decide to park off-site. Attendees are encouraged to park at the World Trader Center on Broadway, the Crunch Fitness Center, and the Governor George Deukmejian Courthouse. There will also be on-site valet and premium parking spots, but only for a limited amount of guests. 

 

Calendar

Dark Harbor runs for 23 nights of fright from September 26 to November 2 meaning you can attend night after night if you so desire.

 

Tickets

The prices displayed on the site are starting prices for general admission tickets. Happy Haunting Hour tickets will start at $20 on select nights and there will also be discounted general admission tickets for anyone willing to enter the park before 8 p.m. Click here to view the calendar and purchase tickets. 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Is There an Age Restriction?

No. There will no age restriction to enter the event, but it is not recommended that children under the age of 12 visit Dark Harbor.

 

Will the Monsters Touch You

No, the live monsters are not allowed to touch guests

 

Can You Leave and Come back In?

In and outs are not allowed at the event. Your experience will end as soon as you leave the Queen Mary.

 

Who Can I Contact With Questions? 

You can email event administrators at DarkHarborSupport@queenmary.com

 

What is the Fast Fright Pass? 

Upgrading your general admission ticket with a fast fright pass brings your ticket price to $75 and includes expedited, priority entry into all events and mazes.

 

Can I Bring my Own Food Into the Event? 

No, no outside food is allowed inside the premises

 

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