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478 Star Starred
Queen Mary
1126 Queens Highway Long Beach, CA 90802
877-600-4313
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1 events
1 review
8 stars
The weather was Cold & Windy. I wore A dress with heels. Jacket (complimentary coat check in) My Date wore dress pants and shoes with a button up shirt. There was a mix of dress code from casual to black tie. Dress to your taste and comfort! .
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Garza Red Velvet
10 events
1 review
51 stars
View map of open areas to be prepared and aware of VIP areas, and if you drink, order right away!
New Year's Eve on the Queen Mary
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"The Scottish Festival"
19 ratings
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19 events
9 reviews
2 stars
attended Feb 14 2009

The weather was gorgeous and the entertainment by Highland Way and Alex Beaton was very enjoyable but there were too few vendors compared to other Scottish festivals, only 2 locations for food which meant very long lines, and the area for the dogs...continued

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57 events
23 reviews
9 stars
attended Feb 15 2009

The weather held and we were able to enjoy the Marching Bagpipe Bands. It was fun and also quite interesting to learn more about the history and habits of the Scottish people- We both enjoyed the day.

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35 events
13 reviews
2 stars
attended Feb 15 2009

We enjoy this great event every year. It's fun to learn about Scottish traditions and wander around the beautiful old Queen Mary munching on a bag of Scottish shortbread cookies and listening to bagpipes! The outdoor events of marching,...continued

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Description

Celebrate the Scottish heritage of the Queen Mary with this lively festival. This unique ship exemplifies the fine craftsmanship of Scotland and is proud to be the most famous ship built on the River Clyde. The Queen Mary celebrates this legacy with a festival of Scottish culture. Events include piping, dancing, drumming and athletic competitions.