Photo Diary: Coney Island

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There’s no better way to start a summer in New York than taking a trip out to Coney Island for the day. Once known as the largest amusement park in the world from around 1880 to World War II, the Brooklyn destination still allows you to escape the narrow city streets to a more open seaside resort filled with rides, food, and the beach. And when it’s a sunny day like this one, how can you not enjoy it?

If you plan to visit Coney Island at least once this summer, save it for a whole day to go on rides and relax at the beach. My friends and I made the 1-hour trek from Manhattan on the Q train. To our surprise, we were able to spot Luna Park and the beach before we reached the final station.

With over 30 rides, it’s hard to believe that we only went on four of them that day. One of my favorites was the Wonder Wheel, which opened in 1920. My friends and I sat on the rocking chairs that slide back and forth when going around the circle, a ride feature that can be enjoyed by all ages! Take a peek of my day at Coney Island in the photos below.

 

Photo Diary: Coney Island

coney island

coney island

coney island

coney island

coney island

Is Coney Island on your bucket list? Let me know in the comments below! 

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2 Comments

  • Reply Emily Love

    I’m happy you guys made it over to visit Coney Island, sorry I missed it- except for the hour long ride on the Q 😝 I don’t think I realized how big Coney Island is- most photos only show small highlights.

    June 7, 2017 at 10:00 am
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