Luna Park in Coney Island, Brooklyn

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Luna Park is the first new amusement park to be built in Coney Island in over 40 years, complete with brand new rides, roller coasters, games, an Arcade, go-karts, restaurants, food stands and the historic Cyclone Roller Coaster.

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  • It’s expensive for what it is. This place operates on a wristband system, so you have to buy a wristband for so many hours. They only good thing unlimited rides within that time frame. However if it.....  more
    It’s expensive for what it is. This place operates on a wristband system, so you have to buy a wristband for so many hours. They only good thing unlimited rides within that time frame. However if it.....  more »
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  • 🎢🏖️🌊🐟🎡🗽🌭🐚🩴Iconic New York and Iconic Brooklyn at their finest.✨In the spring and summer, it’s great for a day trip. Highlights include: ✔️New York Aquarium ✔️Boardwalk ✔️Luna Park ✔️Nathan's Hot Dog ✔️Breathtaking sunset vista ✔️Hot Dog eating contest in the summer ✔️Mermaid Parade in the summer ✔️Accessible by the B, D, F, N and Q Trains Note on the aquarium: 💦💧🦈🐟🐠🐡🌊🦞🦑🦭. A classic at Coney Island and the boardwalk. Sharks, 4d theatre, daily performances from sea lion... and the list goes on. Well worth it for the whole family, kids and parents alike. Better than what is in the American Dream Mall. The aquarium also has been renovated several years ago, so it looks super modern. Is this the most beautiful waters in the world? No. But is it a fun and memorable experience? Absolutely.
  • Luna Park is a name shared by dozens of currently operating and defunct amusement parks. They are named after, and partly based on, the first Luna Park, which opened in 1903 during the heyday of large Coney Island parks. Luna parks are considered as small-scale attraction parks, easily accessed, potentially addressed to the permanent or temporary residential market, and located in the suburbs or even near the town center. Luna parks mainly offer classic funfair attractions (great wheel), newer features (electronic displays) and catering services.[1] Luna Park is a name shared by dozens of currently operating and defunct amusement parks. They are named after, and partly based on, the first Luna Park, which opened in 1903 during the heyday of large Coney Island parks. Luna parks are considered as small-scale attraction parks, easily accessed, potentially addressed to the permanent or temporary residential market, and located in the suburbs or even near the town center. Luna parks mainly offer classic funfair attractions (great wheel), newer features (electronic displays) and catering services.[1]

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