Luna Park is an amusement park along the Coney Island boardwalk in New York City. Though this incarnation opened in 2010, it harkens back to the original Luna Park, which existed from 1903 to 1944 on a nearby plot of land.
Though today the moniker Luna Park is used as the name of amusement parks across the globe, Disney’s BoardWalk Resort’s Luna Park Pool pays tribute to this one in Coney Island. The pool’s bar is carousel themed and the water slide resembles the infamous Cyclone roller coaster, which is part of this park (minus the creepy clown face).
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