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This historic wooden coaster dates back to 1927, during Coney Island’s glory days. Now a national historic landmark and part of the new Luna Park, the Cyclone still thrills riders every spring and summer. After you’ve gotten your fill of the amusement park, don’t forget to grab a beer and hot dog…
Historic Coney Island is one of those mythical only in New York places. The beach is packed with New York characters in the summer and the rides at Luna Park are still a blast. Just a 25 minute subway ride away.
The iconic amusement park got a new face a few years ago. Get a walk on the beach, visit the aquarium, and have a corn dog like in the movies.
Coney Island has so much history There is the new Luna Park to Visit. They have the board walk that runs thru Coney Island beach.
Beach and amusement park in the summer. The NY Aquarium is right next door. Make you you stop in Nathans famous franks for a bite.
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“A wonderful park complete with a lake for horseback riding, boat rides, ice skating in the winter, zoo, and lovely farmer's market on the weekends. In the summer you can attend free concerts and movie nights. this is the Brooklyn version of central park!”
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“Take your sight seeing to New York's Shark Aquarium. Yes, they have Sharks! Oh, and many other cool sea animals.”
- Consigliato da 51 persone del luogo
“Beautiful botanic garden next to the museum and the park. Features include a japanese garden, cherry tree esplanade, rose garden, shakepeare garden, conservatory garden, lily ponds, native garden and a farming garden. Perfect place to get lost for hours. ”
- Consigliato da 835 persone del luogo
“Also known as "Little Odessa" due its tight-knit Russian and Eastern European communities, Brooklyn's Brighton Beach is a lively neighborhood with many high-rise residential buildings. Traditional ethnic restaurants and food markets line Brighton Beach Avenue. The beach and boardwalk here are more laid-back than nearby Coney Island, catering largely to locals. Splashy nightclubs attract partiers in the evenings.”
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Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY
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