What if New York City would be turned into a big amusement park? Watch this fun creative video promoting Luna Park.
The original "Luna Park" on Coney Island, a massive spectacle of rides, ornate towers and copulas covered in 250,000 electric lights, was opened in 1903 by the showmen and entrepreneurs Frederic Thompson and Elmer "Skip" Dundy. The park was either named after the fanciful airship "Luna", part of the new park's central attraction 'A Trip to the Moon' or after Dundy's sister.
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