Brooklyn, NY 11224
- Sun, Sat 11am-12am, Mon-Thu 12pm-11pm, Fri 12pm-12am
Village Voice's Description
In the interest of preserving summer fun at Coney Island, the historic amusement park was revived by a Bloomberg commission in 2009. It's home to the iconic 1927 Cyclone roller coaster, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, as well as 19 other thrill rides and family attractions. It's within view of the beach and the boardwalk, and walking distance from the original Nathan's restaurant. Several train lines make their final stops at the close by Coney Island-Stillwell Avenue Station.
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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PHOTO: You've never seen Luna Park lit up like this! Click "More Info" to see a shot of classic Coney Island from 1924!
April 16, 2011 Luna Park is back for another great season, stop by Luna Park on Opening Day and enjoy music, rides, games and so much more. To buy tickets click "more info" below:
Luna Park takes its name from the original Luna Park, which operated at Coney Island from 1903 to 1946.
This amusement venue takes its name and aesthetic from one of the "Nickel Empire" parks of yore—the old Luna Park, which operated from 1903 until it was destroyed by fire in 1944.
Luna Park is Coney's new kid on the block. With 19 new rides plus food and games, it's fun for the whole family. Catch a ride on the Air Race, a brand new ride that world-debuted in Coney Island!