FREEWAY DRIVING DIRECTIONS

From Long Beach Airport - 17 Mins/11 Miles
Follow the airport exit signs to Lakewood Blvd. Take Lakewood Blvd. south towards I-405. Take the I-405 North to the I-710 South. Follow the signs for THE QUEEN MARY.From Los Angeles International Airport - 30 Mins (depending on traffic)/22 Miles
Follow the airport exit signs to West Century Blvd. Turn right on South La Cienega Blvd., then turn left to merge onto I-405 South. Take the I-405 South, then the I-710 South. Follow the signs for THE QUEEN MARY.From John Wayne/Orange County Airport - 39 Mins (depending on traffic)/31 Miles
Follow the airport exit signs to get onto the I-405 North then take the I-710 South. Follow the signs for THE QUEEN MARY.Please note that special hotel parking is located adjacent to the entrance of the ship. Self-parking is $15/night and valet parking is $20/night.

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PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

From Long Beach Airport:

  • Take the Long Beach Transit system Broadway/Lakewood from the Long Beach Airport to the Long Beach Transit Mall, then take the free Long Beach Transit Passport bus to the Queen Mary.
  • Take Super Shuttle or Prime Time Shuttle. For a shared van ride, expect rates of around $20 for the first passenger and around $9 for additional passengers.
  • Take a taxi from Los Angeles International Airport. Expect rates of around $30.

From John Wayne Airport/Orange County Airport:

  • Take Super Shuttle or Prime Time Shuttle. For a shared van ride, expect rates of around $37 for the first passenger and around $9 for additional passengers.

From Los Angeles International Airport:

  • From any terminal at LAX, go downstairs to the LAX Shuttle stop and take Line G (free shuttle) to the Aviation Station of the Green Line of the Metro Rail Service to the Willowbrook staion where you need to transfer to the Blue Line of the Metro Rail Service. Take the Blue Line to the Long Beach Transit Mall, then take the free Long Beach Transit Passport bus to the Queen Mary. For Los Angeles Metro Rail Service time tables Click here
  • Take Super Shuttle or Prime Time Shuttle. For a shared van ride, expect rates of around $30 for the first passenger and around $9 for additional passengers.
  • Take a taxi from Los Angeles International Airport. Expect rates of around $80.

The Long Beach Passport - Route C
The Passport C route, serving Pine Avenue, Shoreline Drive, the Aquarium of the Pacific and the iconic Queen Mary, is a completely free service that connects you to downtown Long Beach’s finest attractions and destinations. Or you can go via the water with the AquaBus or AquaLink.

 AquaLink – Daily Service from May 18 – Sept. 29, 2013
The 68-foot catamaran comfortably ferries passengers
to the most popular attractions in Long Beach Harbor and
on down to Alamitos Bay Landing. Fare is just $5.
 AquaBus – Daily Service from May 18 – Sept. 29, 2013
The forty-foot boat comfortably ferries passengers to
the most popular attractions on the Long Beach Harbor waterfront.
Fare is only $1.

FAQ

There is limited seating in the food court area and VIP area.  Although no chairs are allowed, the festival takes place on a large grassy area overlooking the water.  You are welcome to bring blankets to sit on.
Kids 4 and under are free.
The Following Items are NOT Allowed
• NO Instruments
• NO Knives / Weapons Etc.
• NO Chains / Chain Wallets
• NO Outside Food & Beverages
• NO Camelpacks
• NO Tents
• NO Flags
• NO Refunds Or Exchanges
• NO Chairs
• NO Stuffed Animals
• NO Pets
• NO Drugs & Drug Paraphernalia
• NO Colors – NO Patches
• NO Ins and Out
All prohibited items that are surrendered or confiscated will not be returned or saved.
 
SHIP ACCESS
• All LB Funk Fest ticket holders can enjoy complementary access to The Queen Mary on the day they attend the event. HOWEVER, there are no ins and outs permitted during the concert – so you must visit the ship before or after you enjoy the show!

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