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Home to famous rides like the Cyclone Roller Coaster, the Wonder Wheel and the Parachute Jump, this historic seaside section of Broooklyn is about an hour by train from Manhattan and still boasts a lively boardwalk, beach, and the best hot dogs...more
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MY EARLY FALL VISIT SAW AN IMPORTANT INGREDIENT ABSENT
Having enjoyed a high season visit several years ago, I thought a return on a nice day soon after after 2018 LABOR DAY would be value. I found the beach much the same – nothing to...More
Visited Coney Island on a grey November Day, strolling the board walk back and forth just taking in the ocean, the joggers, the season closed down restaurants and bars. A truly relaxing day compared to the Big Apple ordinary Pulse.
This was my first visit to the CONEY ISLAND MERMAID PARADE. It was quite enjoyable, more with the spectators in costume then even the parade participants. I have been going to CI dating backing to the 1950's when I was a child. It has gone...More
I sure didn't expect to see miles and miles of beautiful sand but there it was stretching away from me towards the Verrazano Bridge with the autumn wind blowing most of it in my face!
Very clean and litter free, it was the only litter...More
After living in Brooklyn for 14 years I've never had the big sausage at Coney Island . My boyfriend took me there . The place is fun and the sasuage was big abd tasty I felt like a kid again. I would recommend it. I...More
So we caught the subway here all the way from Manhattan- we had to ask for help because we are small town New Zealanders and life is at a slower pace at home. People were fantastic, they wrote little notes with train numbers and told...More
Coney Island is a very nice beach.. The boardwalk needs some upgrading but, it does have amusements for the kids.
The original Cyclone roller coaster is there (wooden coaster) and the original Nathans hot dog stand is also there - both a must do if...More
Great place to spend time in Brooklyn. Free fireworks every Friday in the summer, you can bring your own chair, sit on one of the benches on the boardwalk or sit/lay on the beach and watch the firework show. There's music on the boardwalk and...More
Even tho it was a cold day, it was well deserving of the visit there. Whether it's for a worthy cause or just a stroll on the boardwalk, Coney Island is the place to be when you visit Brooklyn.👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾👍🏾
Days and Times of Operation
Coney Island is a seasonal center operating roughly between Easter and Halloween. Rides and attraction are generally open on weekends from Easter until Memorial Day, all week long from Memorial... More
Days and Times of Operation
Coney Island is a seasonal center operating roughly between Easter and Halloween. Rides and attraction are generally open on weekends from Easter until Memorial Day, all week long from Memorial Day until Labor Day, and then weekends from Labor Day until the end of October. The beach and boardwalk are open all year round (although lifeguards are only on duty from Memorial Day to Labor Day) and Nathan's Hot Dogs and the New York Aquarium are open almost every day of the year.
During the week, rides and attractions may open at noon and run until the late evening. During the weekends, the same rides and attractions open around noon and may run until the early morning.
Response from ballardspring | Reviewed this property |
There will be a few pubs open a ton of places to eat obviously the amusement park would be closed but just walking the boardwalk would be wonderful during the winter months go have some fun you won’t regret it