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This idiosyncratic little museum is dedicated to preserving Coney Island’s unique history. Entrance costs a whopping ninety-nine cents. This is not a case where you get what you paid for, however. What you'll get is a whiff of the unsanitized, zany, freak show side of Coney Island of yesteryear.
The museum has old photos, antiques, memorabilia, and relics of Coney's past. In addition, you might catch a special exhibit, lectures and performances, and internship programs
Memorial Day through Labor Day, Wednesday through Sunday, 12pm - 7pm
Labor Day through Memorial Day, Saturdays and Sundays 12pm - 7pm
The Museum is located at 1208 Surf Avenue.
Admission is $5 for Adults, $3 for Seniors, Kids (under 12) and residents of Zip Code 11224.
(This includes Funhouse Mirrors, our cool collection of coolers and thermoses from 50's & 60's, rare hundred year old hold to light postcards and much more); a 3D Printed scale model of the original Luna Park by artist Fred Kahl; and an installation by artist Africasso, related to life in the west end of Coney Island)
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