3218 Emmons Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11235
Phone: (718) 368-3334
Fax: (718) 368-3963
3218 Emmons Ave , Brooklyn, NY, US, 11235
- Téléphone : (718) 368-3334
- Télécopie : (718) 368-3963
Brighton Beach is less popular for sunbathers than the nearby Coney Island, although it is just a short eastward stroll away along the boardwalk. The neighborhood of the same name is highly populated by Russian Jewish immigrants. On this beach and on Coney Island as well, you do not need to be tanned and fit to feel at ease in a bathing suit. For refreshments you can find hot dogs here, but there is also Russian, kosher and Arabic food available. Call for more details.
The Old Gravesend Cemetery is a historic burial grounds. It is the final resting place of several notable personalities including the founder of the city. Established in 1658, it is featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
The peninsular region of Coney Island offers lofty stretches of sands and makes for a perfect place to head out in summers. Apart from the stunning views of the sea, a walk along the coast will also acquaint you with a number of recreational options ranging from sports facilities to amusement rides. The area is a popular tourist hangout and therefore, is replete with an excellent number of eateries for all tastes. Irrespective of whether you just want to chill out by the beach or have a blast, you're bound to have a good time here.A number of attractions are close by if you want to venture out.
This aquarium has all the bases covered; shark tanks and shark feedings, dolphin and sea lion shows (for no extra charge), whales, walruses, touch tanks with skates and horse-shoe crabs, and interactive exhibits in the Discovery Cove building. The aquarium includes parking, a cafeteria and plenty of concession stands for those in need of a quick drink and snack. The beach and Coney Island are only a few yards away.
Coney Island Cyclone, famously known as the Cyclone, is a historic wooden roller coaster that opened on June 26, 1927 in the Coney Island section of Brooklyn, New York City. It was designed by leading coaster designer Vernon Keenan. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on June 25, 1991.
This family-friendly amusement park is home to The Cyclone, a New York City Landmark and a National Historic Landmark which is listed in the New York State Register of Historic Places.
Deno's Wonder Wheel Amusement Park, an official New York City Landmark, is a must when visiting the area. The wheel stands 150 feet high and holds 144 people. The park includes 25 rides, two arcades, live entertainment, and the Sweet Shoppe.
Ride away to an amazing world of fun and entertainment at Coney Island's Boardwalk. Right from tiny toddlers to their grandparents, everyone tries to get most of the battling cages, go-carting and other exciting thrills. For people who like to feel the adrenaline rush, you can head on for the famous roller-coaster ride at the Astroland Amusement Park. Easter and Labor Day are the most-awaited events where you can hog on Nathan's Famous Hot Dogs and if thats not enough, participate in the annual hot dog eating contest for the true sporty spirit of Brooklyn. Let alone the kids, even grown-ups don't feel like returning home after this fun-filled experience!
Don't leave Coney Island without visiting the Coney Island Circus Sideshow. This ten-in-one circus sideshow is the last one of its kind in the country. Established in 1985 with the goal of keeping the American sideshow alive, you'll be thrilled (or repulsed) by fire eaters, sword swallowers, snake charmers, and contortionists. Witness unnatural and bizarre acts performed by freaks like hammering nails into their noses, eating bed of nail sandwiches and walking on glass! The 45-minute show runs continuously. There's a Freak bar and a small gift shop in the lobby. The Coney Island Circus Sideshow is also home to the world famous Sideshow School.
Located within the fun promising Coney Island in Brooklyn, this now defunct amusement park ride was built in 1939. It was later moved to the Steeplechase Park amusement park where it ceased operation owing to the closure of the park. Though, the Parachute Jump is defunct, it has appeared in many movies.
Hoards of tourists throng this happening street every year during the West Indian American Day Carnival & Parade. The whole avenue comes to life during this one day parade that celebrates ethnic differences. Utica Avenue is easily accessible by public transport and sees a huge influx of travelers venturing to Brooklyn and back.
This historic ocean beach called the Jacob Riis Park is a great recreational area that is well known by the people and most visited during the summers. Featuring activities like surfing, swimming, and all the activities that occur at the beach, the Art Decor bathhouse is said to be the most famous destination for the people. Known as the architectural landmark, the beauty of the sand and refreshing environment welcomes one and all to the most enthusiastic beach park .