Luna Park

Luna Park information

New York City , USA
Surf Ave
at 10th St
Getting there
Subway: D/F, N/Q to Coney Island-Stillwell Ave
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Opening hours
late Mar-Oct
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The most famous of the amusement parks on Coney Island, Luna Park. Opening in 1903 - a dream world with live camels and elephants, illuminated by more than a million bulbs. Today, it is still possible to ride the Wonder Wheel (opened in 1920) and the clackety Cyclone roller coaster (1927). The Cyclone ($8), is a wooden roller coaster that reaches speeds of 60mph and makes near-vertical drops. (Way scarier than anything at Universal.) It is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There are also newer rides, including the Soarin’ Eagle ($7), a roller coaster in which riders fly around on their bellies.