Time Out says
Posted: Wed Sep 25 2013
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.
What's on at Queen Mary
Things to Do
Celebrate the legacy of '20s and '30s opulence aboard the Queen Mary, Gatsby-style, at its annual Art Deco Festival. Wander the interior halls' deco design and hit up a vintage bazaar, Prohibition tasting and a bootlegger's bash.
Things to Do, Events & Festivals
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