“coney island classic!”
Coney Island’s New Luna Park Having been awarded a 10-year lease for three parcels of land over 6.2 acres in the beach front amusement zone, CAI built the first new amusement park in Coney Island in over 40 years. The project, opening on May 29, 2010, immediately created 247 jobs for the local community, attracted hundreds of thousands of visitors and brought a world-class amusement destination back to Brooklyn. In the few short years that have followed, Luna Park has continued to grow in stature as a popular NYC tourist attraction, home to dozens of rides ranging from thrilling to mild, as well as numerous games, eateries and retail kiosks. The summer of 2014 marks the return of the Thunderbolt roller coaster, an exciting new iteration of the legendary ride that operated from 1925 until 1982 (demolished in 2000 as a safety hazard). With ambitious plans for future development and a total commitment to witnessing the full restoration of New York City’s best place for a family getaway, the future is certainly bright. So come out to Luna Park and stay to enjoy the surf and sand, food, free summer events and endless excitement that Coney Island, Brooklyn, has to offer. You are sure to enjoy yourself in the fascinating urban play land it has once again become, while inevitably getting a taste of the intriguing history that only continues to add to its enduring allure.
Great rides, reasonable prices, unlimited wristband option
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- Mon - Thu: 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
- Fri: 12:00 pm - 11:00 pm
- Sun, Sat: 11:00 am - 12:00 am
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