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THE QUEEN MARY

The Queen Mary

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Come aboard the legendary Queen Mary. Book the Behind the Scenes Guided Tour of the historic ocean liner and World War II troopship, and see restored areas that have been under wraps since the final voyage in 1967, including the Isolation Wards and the aft Machine Rooms. Enjoy a meal, shop and even plan to spend the night in an original First Class Stateroom. Then board one of the Cold War's hottest weapons, the Russian submarine, code name: Scorpion. It's rugged, spartan, cramped and shrouded in secrecy. Feel the chill of 300 feet of Cold War menace.

1126 Queens Highway
Long Beach, CA 90802

Contact Name: John Jenkins. Jr.
Contact Title: Owner representative
Phone: (562) 435-3511
Fax: (562) 437-4531

Website: www.queenmary.com

  • ART THEATRE OF LONG BEACH

    Art Theatre Of Long Beach

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    The Art Theatre of Long Beach is one of the oldest Movie theatres in Long Beach. Originally built in 1924, the interior and exterior have been lovingly restored and updated to current state of the art in comfort, convenience and entertainment technology.. The Art offers a unique movie house experience right in the heart of 4th Street's "Retro Row " shopping and dining district. The Art Theatre is available for YOUR events too! With professional sound, lighting, projection and catering packages, we can help host your event.

    2025 East 4th Street
    Long Beach, CA 90804

    Contact Name: Kerstin Kansteiner
    Phone: 562-438-5435

    Website: www.arttheatrelongbeach.com
    Email: events@arttheatrelongbeach.com

  • ARTS COUNCIL FOR LONG BEACH

    Arts Council For Long Beach

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    We are the arts council for the City of Long Beach and a leading source of information for advancing the arts in Southern California. Celebrating 30 years of service in the arts, we are dedicated to fostering an environment in which arts thrive and shape the neighborhoods and people within our community in vast and wonderful ways.

    350 Elm Avenue
    Long Beach, CA 90802

    Phone: (562) 435-2787

    Website: www.artslb.org

  • CARPENTER PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

    Carpenter Performing Arts Center

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    Built in 1994, the Richard and Karen Carpenter Performing Arts Center is a 1,074-seat theatre located on the campus of California State University, Long Beach. The stage area was modeled after the New York State Theater of the Arts at Lincoln Center, and can accommodate large or small performing ensembles, film screenings, concerts, conferences and other special events. Each season the Carpenter Center presents a variety of music, dance, family, comedy, and cabaret events, as well as commissions new works by some of the country’s leading artists and ensembles. With world premieres, Broadway favorites, and world-class artists, the Carpenter Center has something for everyone.

    6200 Atherton Street
    Long Beach, CA 90815

    Contact Name: Megan Kline-Crockett
    Contact Title: Interim Executive Director
    Phone: (562) 985-7000
    Fax: (562) 985-8398

    Website: www.carpenterarts.org
    Email: cpac@carpenterarts.org

  • Dark Art Emporium

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    Located in beautiful downtown Long Beach, CA. The Dark Art Emporium is a diverseenvironment dedicated to showcasing the artists and creators that often fly under theradar of most people's perception of fine art. Here you will find everything from realhuman skulls, creepy dolls, unorthodox taxidermy, low brow and dark fine art. We specialize in the strange and unusual because we ourselves are the strange and unusual.

    256 Elm Avenue
    Long Beach, CA 90802

    Contact Name: Jeremy Schott
    Contact Title: Owner/artist
    Phone: 562-612-1118

    Website: www.darkartemporium.com
    Email: jeremy@darkartemporium.com

    HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF LONG BEACH

    Historical Society Of Long Beach

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    The Historical Society of Long Beach collects, preserves and presents local history. Using historical documents, photographs, artifacts, and oral and written stories. The HSLB creates exhibits and public programs that connect people to the places they live. Programs include: --Exhibitions currently on display: “Suburban Architecture” features the historic work of local architects over the past century, and “Greetings from Long Beach” showing vintage postcards from HSLB’s unique collection. Suggested donation $5 --Historical Research Center & Historical Collections: This service provides community members, and researchers with a convenient place to access first-hand information, documents, artifacts, maps, and photos detailing the community’s history including the Pike. $25 a day for non-members. --Historical Cemetery Tour: This unique annual event brings history to life through volunteer actors who perform the stories of those buried in the city’s two oldest cemeteries. Held the last Saturday in October. Tickets are $18 --Educational Discussions, Slide Shows, Book Signings, and Youth Oral History Program --Each First Friday open 6-10pm Open Thurs 1-7, Fri 1-5 and Sat 11-5.

    4260 Atlantic Avenue
    Long Beach, CA 90807

    Contact Name: Julie Bartolotto
    Contact Title: Executive Director
    Phone: (562) 424-2220
    Fax: (562) 495-1281

    Website: www.hslb.org
    Email: info@hslb.org

  • INTERNATIONAL CITY THEATRE

    International City Theatre

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    International City Theatre (ICT) an award-winning professional regional theatre , (non-profit) performing at the Long Beach Performing Arts Center. Founded in 1985, ICT is committed to bringing the Southern California community an affordable, quality, professional theatre that is entertaining, intellectually stimulating and emotionally satisfying and to continuing our growth as a major regional theatre in America. ICT has received almost 200 professional awards, including the L.A. Drama Critics Circle Award for Sustained Excellence in Theatre.

    Contact Name: Caryn Desai
    Contact Title: Artistic Director
    Phone: 562-436-4610
    Fax: (562) 436-7895

    Website: www.internationalcitytheatre.org
    Email: ict@ictlongbeach.org

  • Long Beach Camerata Singers

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    Long Beach Camerata Singers was founded in 1966 by the late Dr. Frank Allen as the Vocal Arts Ensemble. The choir became the producer and resident chorus for the Long Beach Bach Festival. Under the direction of USC Professor Dr. David Wilson (1983-2005), the 50-voice choir of volunteers broadened its repertoire to include choral literature from all periods, obtained 501(c)3 status, and adopted its current name. Camerata Singers has grown to a fully auditioned 90-voice ensemble, including 12 paid professional singers and is now supported by a part-time staff of five. As testimony to its artistic excellence, Camerata Singers became the artistic partner of the Long Beach Symphony Orchestra in April, 2015.

    PO Box 90511
    Long Beach, CA 90815

    Contact Name: Jan Hower
    Contact Title: President of the Board
    Phone: 562-522-1045

    Website: www.longbeachcameratesingers.org
    Email: contactus@longbeachcameratasingers.org

    LONG BEACH CONVENTION & ENTERTAINMENT CENTER

    Long Beach Convention & Entertainment Center

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    Used year round by conventions, meetings, trade shows, special events and local performing groups. Groups include the Long Beach Symphony, International City Theater and Theater League. Seating for wheelchairs in both the Terrace Theater, Center Theater and Arena.

    300 East Ocean Boulevard
    Long Beach, CA 90802

    Contact Name: Charlie Beirne
    Contact Title: General Manager
    Phone: (562) 436-3636
    Fax: (562) 436-9491

    Website: www.longbeachcc.com

  • LONG BEACH HERITAGE

    Long Beach Heritage

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    Long Beach Heritage offers regularly scheduled walking tours of the architectural and historic sites of Downtown Long Beach and the East Village Art District. Docent led tours are also offered of the historic Bembridge House, a beautiful 1906 Queen Anne Classic Victorian which is a National, State and Local landmark. The house is open Tuesday afternoons and the fourth Saturday of each month from 1:00 to 4:00. Group and private tours may be scheduled. Great Homes of Long Beach, a tour of Long Beach homes, is offered annually in early June.

    953 Park Circle
    Long Beach, CA 90813

    Contact Name: Mary Kay Nottage
    Contact Title: Executive Director
    Phone: (562) 493-7019
    Fax: (562) 493-7019

    Website: www.lbheritage.org
    Email: preservation@lbheritage.org

  • LONG BEACH MUSEUM OF ART

    Long Beach Museum Of Art

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    The Long Beach Museum of Art is located on a magnificent bluff-top site overlooking the Long Beach Harbor, Catalina Island, the Queen Mary and the Pacific Ocean. The campus includes the historic Elizabeth Milbank Anderson house and carriage house (built in 1912), oceanfront gardens, and a beautiful new pavilion with two floors of expansive gallery space for changing exhibitions and the museum store. The historic buildings are home to administrative offices, and the picturesque, ocean view restaurant "Claire's at the Museum" which surrounds the dramatic water sculpture by Claire Falkenstein. In addition to changing exhibitions, the Museum offers extensive educational programs for children and adults, musical programs, festivals, and other special events. Visit the Museum Store - Filled with interesting gifts, books, jewelry exhibition catalogues and treasures, the Museum Store is truly unique. Located in the beautiful gallery of the museum. Hours: Tuesday - Sunday, 11AM-5PM

    2300 East Ocean Boulevard
    Long Beach, CA 90803

    Contact Name: Iris Quiroz
    Contact Title: Director of Institutional Advancement
    Phone: (562) 439-2119
    Fax: (562) 439-3587

    Website: www.lbma.org
    Email: Lauriew@lbma.org

  • LONG BEACH OPERA

    Long Beach Opera

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    Founded in 1979, the Long Beach Opera is the oldest operatic producing company in the metropolitan Los Angeles/Orange County region. Following a period of early growth marked by the presentation of repertory staples, Long Beach Opera took a radical departure from the operatic mainstream. Under Milenski’s guidance, the company developed an alternative vision for opera – to present striking visual drama that would speak directly to contemporary audiences while maintaining the highest musical standard. That new era was launched by two important productions in 1983-84: Britten's Death in Venice and Monteverdi's Coronation of Poppea starring Catherine Malfitano, a production the Los Angeles Times' chief music and dance critic Martin Bernheimer called LBO's "wild, wonderful Poppea." Both operas were staged by the maverick director Christopher Alden, whose career was given major impetus by his partnership with LBO. In 2004, Michael Milenski retired after 25 seasons at the helm of LBO and was succeeded by Austrian conductor Andreas Mitisek, who has continued LBO’s longstanding artistic philosophy of presenting an expanded vision of opera.

    3029 E South St,
    Long Beach, CA 90805

    Contact Name: Nick Svorinich
    Contact Title: Marketing & Communications Director
    Phone: (562) 470-7464

    Website: www.longbeachopera.org
    Email: nicks@longbeachopera.org

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    Ships, Sharks & Shoreline - Purchase Tickets

    Go hand-to-fin with sharks at the Aquarium of the Pacific.

    Chart your course for excitement at the legendary Queen Mary.

    Detour and embark on a search for whales and marine life.

    Buy tickets and experience all three attractions this summer!

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