NEW YORK – One of New York’s most iconic and popular summer parks is back.

Luna Park, in Coney Island, opened for the 2023 season this Friday, March 31. The amusement park has been known for providing thrills and memories to visitors for generations and celebrates 120 years since Coney Island’s original Luna Park was established in 1903.

On April 2, Luna Park at Coney Island will also kick off the season with its annual Giving Day, donating proceeds from the day’s sales to charities for children and young people.

“Our entire team is filled with gratitude and excitement as we open our doors for the 2023 season.” said Alessandro Zamperla, President and CEO of Central Amusement International.

For more than a century, Luna Park has been part of amusement park iconography, inspiring fun and joy for families around the world. Among the attractions is Tony’s Expressa family roller coaster and Leti’s treasurea log attraction. Tony’s Express it’s the largest family-style roller coaster in New York City, making it perfect for the youngest and most daring. Leti’s treasurefor its part, is a huge water ride with more than 1,200 feet of track.

For adventure seekers of all skill levels, you can find two custom-designed ropes courses called sky hunter there sky guyswhich together offer 4 levels of difficulty, as well as impressive views of the Atlantic Ocean.

The park will be open daily during Spring Break (April 7-16) and every Friday, Saturday and Sunday through Memorial Day. After Memorial Day weekend, visitors can visit Luna Park daily.

Visitors can expect over 50 attractions and entertainment, shopping and dining on the scenic and iconic Riegelmann waterfront and enjoy timeless charm and historic novelties.

Entry to Luna Park is free, with ride prices starting at just $3. For more information on deals, tickets, hours and more, visit this website.

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