“Cruise” back in time to the Golden Age of Travel for a weekend aboard one of the greatest Maritime Monarchs in history. Drink, dine, dance, and discover the opulence of this by-gone era immersed among the largest collection of Art Deco in the World.
Save the date for Sept. 4 2015.
The Queen Mary boasts some of the grandest and intricate interior designs ever accomplished on an ocean liner. Influenced by the Art Deco movement of the 1920s and 30s, her strong curves and geometric forms represent elegance, glamour, function and modernity.
Art plays a prominent role in the décor of the ship. Further enhanced by the use of over 50 different types of woods from all over the world, The Queen Mary earned her nickname, the “Ship of Woods.”
With elaborate murals, paintings, sculptures and wood carvings found throughout the ship, it’s no wonder she is widely considered one of the best examples and landmarks of Art Deco style in the world.
Pack your vintage duds and celebrate the luxury and grandeur immortalized in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s literary classic The Great Gatsby at the 11th Annual Art Deco Festival presented by the Queen Mary in association with the Art Deco Society of Los Angeles.
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