Coney Island’s Luna Park will stay open this winter for the first time ever
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Luna Park in Coney Island will stay open this winter for the first time in its 120-year history for an exciting holiday celebration. Starting on November 18, Luna Park will be home to Frost Fest, a winter festival that will let visitors ride some of the amusement park’s iconic rides and attractions, glide across a brand-new ice skating rink, enjoy holiday shopping, eat festive food, and much more. Frost Fest runs through January 7.
Over the course of Frost Fest, guests will be able to browse a holiday market where they can indulge in festive food, search for unique novelties, and buy gifts to give to their loved ones.
Guests will also be able to skate at Rudolph’s Rink, the new outdoor skating rink. Visitors will glide across the ice with the scenic Coney Island boardwalk as their backdrop.
It wouldn’t be a holiday celebration without an appearance from Santa. Frost Fest is bringing in Santa who has agreed to spend time taking pictures with families and create everlasting memories.
Frost Fest will take place on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays as well as select weekdays and holidays. Tickets can be purchased here.