This grand cruise ship hasn't sailed since the 1960s; these days, it multitasks as a rather muddled tourist attraction, several eating and drinking spots (the bar is a wonderful Art Deco glory) and, of course, a hotel. Unsurprisingly, given the boat's age (it was built in 1936), the guest cabins aren't huge. Still, that's hardly the point: they're handsome, historic and nicely maintained.
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Shoreline Jam music festival
Join the Queen Mary for her annual Shoreline Jam at the waterfront event park. Matisyahu and the Green headline this year's fest. This year's jam features no shortage of yard games, booze and eats, so you'll be well sustained from when the doors open...Saturday September 5 2015 - Sunday September 6 2015Read more
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The only thing better than a haunted attraction is a haunted attraction on a giant boat. You'll find all the usual horrors here—fog, mazes, and monsters—as well as a vintage Ferris Wheel and a full bar. What sets Dark Harbor apart is its use of its surroundings;...Festivals Thursday October 1 2015 - Sunday November 1 2015Read more