Coney Island, Cultural Venue
Coney Island Gets Two New Roller Coasters
On April 20, 2011, Coney Island underwent a historic change. Known for decades for its historic wood framed Cyclone roller coaster, Coney suddenly became home to not one, but three roller coaster rides.
Directions to Coney Island,Cyclones Baseball Stadium,NY Aquarium,& More
So you want to go to Coney Island? Find out how to get there. You can visit the beach, go to the Brooklyn Cyclones baseball stadium, visit the NY Aquarium, chow down at Totonnno's Pizza and walk the boardwalk. Brooklyn fun!
What's New at Coney Island?
Brooklyn's developing the waterfront in many neighborhoods, and Coney Island, located off the Atlantic Ocean and boardwalk, is changing, too. Is it worth a visit? What's new?
Coney Island's Seaside Summer Concerts
Coney Island's Seaside Summer Concerts are fun, free and near the Atlantic Ocean. Find out where they are (a new location!) and who's playing this summer.
Halloween Events in Coney Island: Haunted Pirate Ship, Ribald Humor & More
Coney Island, New York's historic playground, won't disappoint on Halloween. Find out about a haunted house, trick or treating and a children's Halloween costume parade in Coney Island. Adults shouldn't miss CREEPSHOW AT THE FREAKSHOW, a Coney Island Halloween extravaganza. Festivities start mid-October (weekends) and run through the end of the...
Brooklyn Half Marathon, a New York City Annual Run Every May
The Brooklyn Half-Marathon, a New York City annual event held every May, is a family-friendly affair complete with a special kids run, and post-run fun in Brooklyn's Coney Island. Get the details.
Complete Guide to Coney Island: Overview of What to Do & See
Come on down, and bring your friends! There's a lot to see and do in Coney Island, year-round. Here's a birds-eye view of special events, from the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest to the Mermaid Parade, as well as free outdoor concerts and movies.
Not Just a Tree, But A Coral Grows in Brooklyn: New York Aquarium’s Coral Lab
It's not just a tree that grows in Brooklyn. Head to the NY Aquarium in Coney Island to see something very cool: they're growing corals on site.
New Years Spectacle: Coney Island Polar Bears Take a Dip Into the Atlantic
One of Brooklyn's New Year's Day traditions, dating over a century, is the Polar Bear Club plunge into the icy cold Atlantic Ocean. Find out more about this spectacle--including how to join in the fun! Brrrr....
Coney IslaWhat''s the history of thatnd & The Burlesque Manifesto: You Can't...
Coney Island has a direct relationship to that salty, skin-baring, hilariously rude art from known as burlesque.