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On the border between ocean and beach, no place is more extraordinary than Luna Park in Coney Island. This quirky and clean entertainment area features more than just sun, sand and the world-famous Cyclone Roller Coaster...
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One of the oldest rollercoasters in the USA. It is a classic! You can also check out the brand new Thunderbolt coaster next door along with all of the other amusement park attractions in the area.
Along with Coney Island, you can go on rides at Luna Park alone or with friends! Mingle along while waiting on the lines to get on rides or even while getting food.
Experience Luna Park in Cony Island New York like Never before! Buckle up and get ready to have the best thrilling rides of your life. 25.6 miles 42 min car drive.
The famous Coney Island theme park with tons of rides and games for all ages!
Go to Luna Park where they have go carts, bumper cars, roller coasters and more! and enjoy a full day of rides as well as the Coney Island Beach & Boardwalk! There are concerts, the mermaid parade and other wonderful events that happen annual at Coney Island so send us a note and ask what is…
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, the historic Cyclone Roller Coaster, and The Mighty Thunderbolt. NEW this season, two new rides: Atlantic…
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