Luna Park in Coney Island reopens and “swings back”

Our beloved Luna Park in Coney Island finally reopens on April 9th with distancing and capacity requirements, and we are all very excited for the event, marking a moment of hope for our industry.

The park will pay tribute to the community’s hospital staff: 500 bracelets as free passes dedicated to Brooklyn doctors and nurses who have been on the front lines of the Covid19 emergency.

Coney Island’s Luna Park will accommodate visitors with a 30 percent cap on maximum capacity, to ensure social distancing, with monitoring of reservations both online and at the gate and providing security measures to also meet distancing in food and beverage areas and on attractions.

Thanks to innovative systems based on the use of artificial intelligence, the Park will be informed of any possible crowd situations and take action in real-time to maintain the highest safety standards.

Guests can also expect to see new family-friendly Zamperla rides, ranging from swings and coasters to racing games. The brand-new rides include Circus Candy, Fire Patrol, Rainbowheel, AeroMax, Grand Prix, and Mini Mouse.

We are getting back to delivering emotions, something that Zamperla can do and has been doing with enthusiasm and passion for 55 years!

The beautiful April cover of the “New Yorker” celebrating the reopening of the Coney Island Luna Park, with an illustration signed by the world-famous Italian comic artist and illustrator Lorenzo Mattotti..