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Luna Park at Coney Island

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High Thrill Rides on the Boardwalk

Luna Park at Coney Island is the newest theme park and seaside attraction at the iconic Coney Island. The new Luna Park opened in 2010 and is based on the original Coney Island Luna Park of 1903. The theme park includes six roller coasters and the park spans over three acres on the boardwalk.

Luna Park at Coney Island

Visitors and locals have consistently voted Luna Park as one of the most exciting amusement parks in the world. Luna Park at Coney Island has solidified its reputation as one of the best destinations for overall family entertainment. The theme park entertains visitors with splashing water rides, exhilarating thrill rides, theme rides, and kiddie rides. This park is guaranteed to leave smiles and memories to last a lifetime.

Children and adults of all ages can participate in what Luna Park has to offer. Extreme and high thrill rides allow adults and teenagers to enjoy the park. Meanwhile, moderate and mild thrill rides allow kids and parents with small children have fun.

The park also has many interactive games and an array of live entertainment for those who want a more relaxed experience. When visitors tire out or need a break, they can unwind at one of the many restaurants and concession stands throughout the park.

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With 28 rides, the park is truly a one of a kind New York City destination. Its location on Coney Island makes Luna Park an excellent place to visit both for its fun atmosphere and historical significance.

The park is conveniently located on one of the most known beaches in the area. Coney Island is home to the most famous hot dog eating contest, as well as other crowd favorites. When visitors finish with the theme park, they can head down the boardwalk and take a stroll by the oceanside. Escape from the concrete jungle to the seaside and unwind at the beach!

Luna Park at Coney Island

100 Surf Avenue

Brooklyn, NY 11224

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GETTING THERE

Take the Q or F subway lines to West 8th Street Station or take the D, F, N or Q to the Coney Island-Stillwell Avenue Station. Visitors can also take the B36 bus line to Surf Avenue and West 8th St, or the B68 bus line to Neptune Avenue and West 8th St.

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