Coney Island

Coney Island

Coney Island is popular not only for its beaches, which are opened to the public from the last weekend from May up to beginning of September, but also for its carnival ambience Today the red tower of the jump of parachute of Steeplechase, designated like national historical appliance, survives in the tablado of the beach of Coney Island. This tradition is continued in the present with by the Coney Island Circus Sideshow, which presents ten acts in alive from ends of April up to beginning of September in a building(edifice) close to the tablado. The acts include, between others, the spectacles of Insectavora Angelica the Tragafuegos and of Serpentine, the Enchantress of Snakes. Other attractions in Coney Island include the historical roller coaster of wood The Cyclone, which ride making to shout passengers from 1927, and the original place of the restaurant Nathan's, which protects competitions of gobbling its famous hot dogs during the weekend of July 4. A new version of the park of diversions Moon Park opened its doors to the public with 18 attractions. The visitors can buy a card with credits to rise to the different attractions, which change between 1 and 3 credits. Also in Coney Island he(she) can visit the Aquarius of New York, with exhibitions of fish and marine animals like seals, walruses, and otters of sea for the enjoyment of the whole family.

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