Amusement Prks / Rinks

Adventure’s or Adventurer’s Inn
Current
1980 aerial

More Photos
 Yet
More
Adventurer’s Playland (Adventureland?)

Bayside Links Golf Course / Babe Ruth
Fairyland (Elmhurst)
and

again
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Fairyland Newspaper Ad


Another Picture

Flushing Meadow Theater

Freedomland


More Freedomland

Golf City Whitestone
Jolly Roger /
Smileys Happyland
/
Current (My 1st try)
Current (My 2nd try)
Kiddie City / Golf

1920S


In it’s heyday


Kiddy City Brochure

Kiddie Funland

Laces Current

Iceland

Laces
Levittown Roller Rink

Lolipop Farm
Long Island Reptile Museum

Long Island Reptile Museum

Massapequa Zoo (Frank Buck’s Zoo)
McGinnis
Today:

1st Photo Attempt

More AccurateMcGinnis Then:

Vintage Photos!


Matchbook


My Father’s Place
Nunleys Baldwin

Ticket Stubs


Nunley’s
The Pavillion
Playland Park Freeport

Queens Roller Rink

Queensboro Arena
Rockaway Playland Funhouse

SkeeBall


The End


Subway Station


TV Ad

Solomon Grundy’s Rockville Centre

Spaceland – Carle Place / Westbury

Sunnyside Gardens Arena
Super Amusements / Roy Rogers Whitestone

Trampoline World at East Meadow
Twin Rinks

Worlds Fair 1964


Unisphere


Various 1964 Photos


More 1964 Photos

More 1964 Photos


And More 1964 Photos


And Yet More


1964 Worlds Fair Toys


Worlds Fair 1939 Photos

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7 Comments

  1. Karen B

     /  December 29, 2009

    When my brother and I were little, my dad would pile us into the car on the weekend. Whenever we asked, “Where are we going?” he’d say, “Wherever the car takes us!” And we knew we were headed to Fairyland or Kiddie City. It was ALWAYS great!

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  2. joyce zahn

     /  January 15, 2010

    You forgot freedom land. It is now co op city

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  3. Rosemarie

     /  February 12, 2010

    I, too, went to Fairyland & there was a supermarket named Billy Blake’s right next to it. Now, the Queens Center Mall is situated there.
    I loved Freedom land, too, especially the boat ride around the island. Yes, Coop City is there.

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  4. I notice you left out the oldest Freedomland website.
    http://freedomlandusa.webng.com/

    Rob

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  5. Larry Spahr

     /  January 4, 2015

    Any info on Frontier Town on Rte 110 in Amityville? Early ’60s

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  6. ruth

     /  January 18, 2015

    was there somthing like frontier town in patchogue does anyone remember.

    Reply
  7. Pete G.

     /  October 11, 2015

    I remember “Otto`s” bakery in Port Jefferson Station,N.Y.when I was a child, greatest bakery in town !

    Reply

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