Luna Park at Coney Island in Brooklyn, NY

1000 Surf AvenueBrooklyn, NY 11224
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Located on iconic Coney Island, Luna Park at Coney Island offers an exciting theme park and seaside attraction for the whole family to enjoy together. The park features exhilarating thrill rides, water rides, children’s rides, and themed rides that are ideal for birthday parties, corporate events and more.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Brooklyn Travel Experts
  • Food and beverages are available for purchase at the park.
  • Both free and paid parking is available around the area.
  • Purchase the Thrill Seeker Pass for unlimited rides valid for one day.


from Luna Park at Coney Island
Enjoy a day at New York City’s largest amusement park, Luna Park in Coney Island, offering the perfect outing for roller coaster enthusiasts, families, and amusement park fans alike. Experience a mix of splashing water rides, jaw-dropping thrill attractions, and kid-friendly amusements. Keeping with Coney’s time-honored seaside amusements Luna Park is an open gated amusement park with no fee to enter.

• Maximize your experience with unlimited rides at Luna Park.
• Pick from a range of 28 attractions perfect for everyone from thrill seekers, coaster lovers, and children.
• Get the best value and ride all day with the Thrill Seeker Pass.

What You Can Expect
Pick up your Luna Park Thrill Seeker pass any time during normal business hours. Then, head inside to begin the fun. There’s something for everyone at this amusement park situated along the Brooklyn’s Atlantic coastline, from kid-friendly attractions to full-fledged rollercoasters.

During your visit, you’ll have access to 28 different attractions a mix of heart-pounding thrill rides, water rides, theme rides, and children’s rides. When you need a break, stop by one of the park’s delicious dining options and where you can continue the fun. For those hoping for more Coney Island adventures, an optional upgrade can be purchased which grants access to the area’s legendary Coney Island Cyclone a historic roller coaster that first opened in 1927.

The Cyclone Roller Coaster is not one of the rides included in The Thrill Seeker Pass.

Important Notes:
• Must present PRINTED VOUCHER and photo ID at ticket window to exchange for wristband.
• No pets.
Extreme Thrill Rides including Thunderbolt, Zenobio, Coney Island Cyclone & B&B Carousel are NOT included.

Tripster Customer Reviews

1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Nice to be back at CI, but the wrist-band vouchers from Reserve NYC had some unlisted limitations."
June 2017
The Reserve New York City wristband does not include the Cyclone or about 4 or 5 of the highest thrill rides. These rides require separate tickets. This limitation was not listed in the description, we only found this out at Luna Park, when we handed in our vouchers; resulting in $30 of additional charges (just for the Cyclone). In addition there was a 90 minute delay in receiving our vouchers once we paid online, they were not "immediately available". This was a last minute purchase, and we had 15 minutes before leaving..luckily a helpful customer service agent was able to email me the vouchers more quickly.

Reserve NYC, my suggestion is to clearly state what the wristbands do and do not cover, "...up to 24 rides" really doesn't cut it...and.. to alert the purchaser (before buying) of any delay they may encounter before receiving the online vouchers.
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Tip: Know what you ar paying for, prepare to pay $$ for parking, and bring sunscreen.

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TripAdvisor Reviews
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed December 21, 2019
Been here just to see the adventure and of course for the Nathan's Famous. Is a great place for adventure, fun, and long strolls along the beach or the walkway. Many people performing street dance.
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Trowbridge, United Kingdom
"New York fun zone."
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed December 11, 2019
Went on a day visit from holiday in Manhattan. Some rides a bit scary for the little ones but Luna Park is excellent fun for thrill seekers. Handily close to the beach as well. The surrounding area is a bit run down but other than walk through it you won’t see it.
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Glasgow, United Kingdom
"Really enjoyed it ! "
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed October 20, 2019
Took our kids here using explorer pass which meant you didn’t get on all the high thrill rides but worth it . We took the subway which was easy and only cost $3 . Bit outdated but good fun for a theme park in NYC . Beach was beautiful. Sat in Paul’s restaurant for a drink probably the worst margarita I’ve ever had ! Apart from that we got on all the rides really quickly and enjoyed our day . Probably quite overcrowded at weekends and summer but we were lucky with the weather !
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Don B
Sydney, Australia
"Just a bit Sad really"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed October 07, 2019
Coney Island as an experience did not live up to expectations at all. The fun park is actually 3 separate fenced off areas which in itself is not very welcoming at all. Please don't make the mistake of buying the wrist passes unless you have kids and will do multiple rides. The Ferris wheel in the centre is a different park and NOT covered by the passes. We just bought a pass with 3 rides each and did the 3 roller coasters. The coasters themselves were great, except we had a technician working on 2 of the 3 rides whilst we were on them. Not really encouraging. But fun rides. The whole area is just a little sad. Fenced off, old, shabby, with a dirty beach. Waited ages for food from anywhere, especially Nathan's (not worth it) and we ended up only spending about 2 hours walking around. I won't discuss the beach toilets because really I have no words. The boardwalk is quaint but the novelty wears off quickly then it's just a crowded walk. As it's an hour on the train to get out there it became a bit disappointing. The plus is the train drops you right at the start of the precinct which is good. Maybe with kids it would be a different trip but for 4 adults it was just an OK afternoon. Definitely not like any other theme park in USA.
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New York City, New York
"Luna Park @ Coney"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed September 10, 2019
Who doesn't like Roller Coasters and boardwalks ?!! Luna park is an extended part of coney island that is perfect for kids and adults at night. Feel the vibes, the vibrations, and the coolness of the Brooklyn Side / Coney Island. Lots of activities to do
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Frequently Asked Questions about Luna Park at Coney Island

Can you explain what Luna Park “wristbands” are all about?
Unlimited ride Wristbands are the most affordable way for guests to experience Luna Park, allowing for four hours of unlimited riding to access 24 rides. All of the rides are included EXCEPT Extreme Thrill Rides including Sling Shot, Thunderbolt, Coney Island Raceway, Zenobio, Coney Island Cyclone & B&B Carousel.

If I am not riding, do I need to pay for a wristband?
We are an open-gate amusement park, so there is no fee to enter. This way those who do not wish to get on the rides can come along at no cost to spend time with family and friends, take pictures and enjoy the sights.

When does Luna Park open?
Operating days and hours vary. Please see the park calendar for reference.

Where is there parking?
Both free and metered parking is available along most streets around Luna Park. Guests may also access paid parking lots on West 17th Street at MCU Park and West 12th Street between Mermaid and Surf Avenues, West 15th Street between the Boardwalk and Surf Avenue and on Neptune Avenue between West 12th Street and Stillwell Avenue.

Are pets allowed?
Only service animals allowed. All other animals and pets are strictly prohibited.

Does Luna Park open during inclement weather?
Luna Park reserves the right to temporarily shut down rides during electrical storms, heavy rain, high winds and otherwise dangerous weather conditions. Rides will reopen as soon as safe operations can be assured. There are NO REFUNDS for inclement weather.

Is smoking allowed?
They are a smoke-free facility. Absolutely no smoking is permitted within the parks or on rides and attractions.

Is there any restricted items?
Firearms, knives, razor blades, weapons or objects of any kind capable of causing harm are strictly forbidden. Bicycles, skateboards, scooters and rollerblades are not permitted on the premises. Restricted areas are off limits to park visitors. Guests attempting to enter restricted areas will be escorted from the park without refund.