Park City Museum exhibit captures the thrill of Coney Island

For the past 150 years, the 442 acres of Brooklyn called Coney Island has imbedded itself into American culture in novels, cartoons and plays.

What started out as a New York resort for the wealthy in the 1860s turned into a megalopolis of amusement parks in the early 1900s, and inspired developers to erect similar fun spots across the country like Utah’s own Saltair and Lagoon, said Courtney Titus, Park City Museum exhibit and collections curator.

For full article click here –

%d bloggers like this:
search previous next tag category expand menu location phone mail time cart zoom edit close