Cozy up—and make sure to bring your jacket—to the Queen Mary for its annual Christmas makeover. It’s the time of year when the iconic ship is transformed into a winter wonderland, which this year is decking out every facet with classic Christmas decor. Slip on some skates and glide across the rink with views of the Long Beach waterfront. The event also includes meet-and-greets with Santa, musical performances, light displays and more.
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I WOULDN'T GIVE ANY STARS BUT IT WON'T ALLOW ME TO LEAVE THE STARS BLANK. Very, very disappointing. What happened to the ice sculptures?! It was not "chill" at all, as a matter of fact, it was so warm we were way overdressed. Some kids weren't even wearing coats. They didn't even offer any "fake" snow around this place. It was more of a "Winter County fair". They didnt even offer good food. We're glad we didn't pay full price, but wouldn't have done it at all if we knew they took away the main attractions; thus the title "CHILL". Horrible, horrible, horrible. Won't be returning next year.
This is one of my absolute favorite activities to do during the Christmas season. There's carolers, a North Pole Village and so many other fun activities. Kids will love it but it also makes for a great date night!