Coney Island Museum introduces visitors to artists behind new exhibits

The museum has two new exhibits since reopening on Memorial Day. (7/7/14)

BROOKLYN - Visitors to the Coney Island Museum had a chance to meet the creators of its two unique, new exhibits. 

The reception included the artists behind a re-creation of Luna Park from a century ago, which is the largest piece of artwork made entirely from a 3-D desktop printer. 

Another exhibit, called the Dark Side of Dreamland, pays homage to the urban community in Coney Island. 

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The Surf Avenue museum reopened on Memorial Day this year after suffering severe damage during Superstorm Sandy. Admission is $5. 

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