Coney Island in Winter

Coney Island Riegelmann Boardwalk

The boardwalk dates to 1923 and runs almost three miles and ends, in the east, at Brighton Beach. 

Coney Island Beach

Although swimming is not allowed during the off-season, the Coney Island Beach is still open for walks or a quiet spot to reflect. 

Amusement Park

Although the rides sit silent during the winter, you can gaze at the colorful and fun rides, many of which are historic.

Nathan’s Famous

Just a block or so off the boardwalk and beach, sits the original Nathan’s stand. Fun neon lights and old school billboards cover the exterior of the shop. 

Pat Auletta Steeplechase Pier

The pier is a popular spot for fishing, in addition to lovely views of the waterfront.