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Cruising out of Long Beach or San Pedro?
Owned and operated by Carnival Corporation, the Long Beach Cruise Terminal is located alongside the legendary Queen Mary. The neighboring Port of Los Angeles is just a quick drive away. We welcome you to stay and play in Long Beach before you embark on your journey. Bon Voyage!
Parking is available at the Long Beach Cruise Terminal parking structure for $23 per day (rates subject to change). 0-30 minutes - No charge, 31 to 59 minutes $4.00, 1 to 2 hours $8.00. Note: The Garage Height Limti is 7'0". Oversized vehicles cannot park in the garage but may be accommodated in the adjacent lot. Oversized vehicles are vehicles that take up more than one parking space. Long Beach hotels provide a variety of Park & Sail packages for your pre or post cruise stays. Call Carnival Cruise Lines for more information on Parking at (800) 764-7419.
There are plenty of hotels and accommodations convenient to the Long Beach Cruise Terminal. History buffs may wish to book a room aboard The Queen Mary. Any hotel in the greater Long Beach area will only a few short minutes away from the Cruise Terminal. Find the perfect place to stay on our website.
The Queen Mary offers several dining options on board. You will also be just a short ride from downtown Long Beach, which offers plenty of walkable restaurants, bars, and nightlife. Explore Pine Avenue, The Promenade, or Shoreline Village for fresh seafood, local gastropubs, fine dining, and more!
If you have a day or two pre- or post-cruise, then you'll find plenty to do and see in Long Beach. The Queen Mary and Aquarium of The Pacific are two must-sees for visitors. Shoppers will find all their favorite brand names at a discount at the Pike Outlets, right in downtown Long Beach. For more unique boutiques in pedestrian-friendly settings, check out Retro Row on 4th Street or visit the Belmont Shore neighborhood.
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Here's how to get from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to the cruise terminal:
Here's driving directions from Long Beach Airport (LGB) to the cruise terminal:
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