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Coney Island History Project Walking Tour

Coney Island History Project Walking Tour
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12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

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Sunday, October 05, 2014


Brought to you by Coney Island History Project

Stroll through Coney past, present and future with the Coney Island History Project! Our unique tours are based on History Project director Charles Denson's award-winning book Coney Island: Lost and Found.

Founded in 2004, the History Project is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that aims to increase awareness of Coney Island's legendary and colorful past and to encourage appreciation of the Coney Island neighborhood of today.

Walking tours are offered year round and led by History Project staff, including historian Charles Denson and poet/teaching artist Amanda Deutch, who have over 100 years of family history in Coney Island.

Fall, Winter & Spring Walking Tours: After Labor Day - Memorial Day,  tours begin on Saturdays and Sundays at 1:30 PM. Advance purchase of tickets through our event reservation website is required since tours are limited to 14 people.

If tour is confirmed and tickets are still available, visitors may purchase tickets on day of tour for $20 cash at exhibit center prior to the tour.

If you have a question or to arrange a group tour, please e-mail events@coneyislandhistory.org.

What People Are Saying About Coney Island History Project Tours:

"Very cool tour! It was lots of fun and interesting. Thanks & keep up the good work!! Go history!"
--Marie Carianna, Astoria, Queens

"Thanks you very much for this instructive and lively experience!"
--Roland Junt, Reningen, Germany

"Thoroughly enjoyable-- and will recommend."
--Richard and Patti Gillespie, Texas

"Great tour with a lot of interesting information and sites. Coney Island is now on the top of my list of places I would like to visit again. Thanks, Amanda."--Ananda, South Africa (now West Orange, N.J.)

"Loved the walking tour with Amanda. Great visit back to my childhood-and more."--Randy, Roseland, N.J.

 

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