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Coney Island's Astroland Park

1000 Surf Ave
Brooklyn NY 11224

As you know The Cyclone is the most famous attraction in all of Coney Island and one of the most famous roller coasters in the world. Make it the cornerstone of a trip to Coney Island that includes the Beach, Boardwalk, Aquarium, games, great food and drink! There is still plenty to see and do!!


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Old Stone House of Brooklyn

336 3rd St
Brooklyn NY 11215


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McCarren Park

780 Lorimer St
Brooklyn NY 11222

A park equally valued and cherished in Greenpoint and Williamsburg, McCarren Park is the site of endless games of kickball, soccer, baseball, bocce, handball, basketball, football, and tennis, not to mention running meets and playground antics. It is 35 acres of bustling activity, shared by families born into the neighborhood, recent immigrants, and young renters. All of the parks' constituents share a passion for its fields and paths and anticipate future developments within the park with hope and excitement.


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Prospect Park

95 Prospect Park West
Brooklyn NY 11215

Prospect Park is a 585-acre urban oasis located in the heart of Brooklyn, New York City’s most populous borough. The masterpiece of famed landscape architects Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, who also designed Central Park, Prospect Park features the 90-acre Long Meadow, the 60-acre Lake and Brooklyn’s only forest. The nation’s first urban Audubon Center, the Prospect Park Zoo, and the Celebrate Brooklyn! Performing Arts Festival are just a few of the cultural attractions that make their home here at the Park.


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Greenacre Park

217 E 51st St
New York NY 10022

Greenacre Park is a serene escape from the heat, the noise, the anxiety of the city. A great place to come and relax, it's a bit of country in the middle of town - providing shade and dappled sunlight, the sound of falling water from it's 25 foot waterfall and, literally and figuratively, a breath of fresh air. It was built in the early 70's and has become a fixture of the neighborhood, attracting regulars and tourists alike.


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Bennett Park

Fort Washington Ave & W 185th St
New York NY 10033

General George Washington set up camp here during the Revolutionary War. (At 265 feet above sea level, it’s the highest point of land in Manhattan.) Now it’s a playground with colorful swings and a jungle gym, and a lunch spot, thanks to ample bench space. When the weather’s nice, you might see local schoolchildren on recess and maybe a bake sale in progress


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High Bridge Park

501 W 170th St
New York NY 10032


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Columbus Park

67 Mulberry St
New York NY 10013


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Tompkins Square Park

E 7th St & Avenue A
New York NY 10009


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Marcus Garvey Memorial Park

W 120th St & Mt Morris Park W
New York NY 10027

A park that nurtures its entire community, Marcus Garvey provides pastimes for children, teens, adults, and the elderly.

The two playgrounds are built for all children, including those with disabilities, giving the neighborhood's youngest members hours of fun on the park’s slides, fountains, and drawbridges. On summer days families and friends swim and sun in its outdoor pool, and in the warm evenings they gather to watch plays and concerts in the park’s amphitheater.

During the school year, the recreation center provides care and supervision for young students. And the afterschool program is not the only education in the center—during the summer instructors teach swimming novices to do the crawl and improve their strokes in its indoor pool, and throughout the year classes as diverse as computer skills, kickboxing, yoga, and karate are offered to all who want them.