Visit Coney Island's other amusement park and be a kid again--or bring someone who is.. What You've Heard Smack in the middle of Coney Island, the Wonder Wheel Park attracts over 200,000 visitors every year with its amazing views of the Atlantic Ocean, the Jersey shore and Manhattan's skyline. Built in 1920, it has made appearances in "Crooklyn" and "General Hospital." In 1989, it was named an official New York City landmark.
What You'll Find The ferris wheel includes 16 swinging passenger cars and eight stationary cars. The park also has two arcades, a carousel and 25 rides with chills-inducing names like the Thunderbolt and High-Flyer.