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Totally fun - preserves Coney Island's wacky history. It's at the entrance of Coney Island and right off the subway entrance for only 5$. The experience was essentially a live show on a loop of sword swallowing, knife throwing, belly dancing, and the like. There...More
I had heard about the Coney Island Museum but could never get there with the hours that the museum was open, On the first beautiful day of Spring, I made a special trip tp visit the museum. I am glad I did.
The museum is...More
Nice little historical museum. It's about $5 to enter. Staff is friendly and eager to talk about the history. Good little spot to get away from the massive beach crowd as well. Stop at the bar when you exit for a beer or 2.
We paid to go in here it was around $5, so very cheap. It has lots of memorabilia from through out the ages of Coney. A film of past Coney & lots of interesting art & signs to look at. The staff are really helpful...More
On a recent visit to New York, our main intention was to visit the Coney Island museum, as well as the famous Coney Island Freak Show. After wandering the boardwalk, and back on the main street, we were greeted by the calls of a barker...More
Small but perfectly formed, the museum resides in an old restaurant building. A wide range of relics from Coney's varied history displayed in an unpretentious and informative way. Extremely helpful and knowledgable staff on hand to explain and contextualise further.
The bar downstairs is friendly...More