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Adventureland, Farmingdale

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#6 of 44 in Theme Parks in New York State
Must see · Theme Park · Water / Amusement Park
Adventureland is an amusement park in East Farmingdale, New York, located on Route 110 (Broad Hollow Road). Adventureland has been Long Island's main amusement park since 1962. There are a total of thirty rides, two of which are roller coasters and three are water rides. Adventureland is opened seasonally: weekends in March, April, May, October and September and all days in the summer. Alvin Cohen and Herb Budin bought seven acres of property in 1962 and opened a restaurant, an arcade and mini golf. Along with the building, there were four rides brought to Long Island for entertainment. The original four rides were the Carousel, the Iron Horse train, Little Dipper Coaster, and boats. Willy Miller bought Adventureland from Alvin Cohen on September 15, 1977. Throughout the years, Willy Miller brought in new rides and expanded Adventureland's activities. In 1987, the park was sold to Tony Gentile and Peter Amoruso. In 1991, they began to add water rides to Adventureland. Adventureland celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2012. The park is a popular attraction for children, schools and day camps on Long Island.

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  • I went here as a kid myself and had great memories. I was excited at the opportunity to take our kids (nearly 3 & 4). We found a great deal through Groupon for reduced POP admission. The kids had a...  more »
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  • I loved this place as a teenager, and now I love this place as a parent, taking my kids here. It's it pricey? YES. But it's so much fun. Rides are great, there are rides for adults and teens, but there are also a nice amount of rides for the little ones. arcade is fun. Don't know about the food because I haven't eaten here is awhile. But it's So much fun.
  • If you have kids 3 and older, it's small family amusement park. Admission is free, which is nice of you have someone who wants to come and not ride on any of the rides. It is worth buying the P.O.P. . It honestly pays for itself in 5 rides. Plenty of thing to do and a bigger park than it seems from the outside. We had a lot of fun and can't wait to go back . If you're in area it's worth the trip.

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