MCU Park

1904 Surf Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11224
Coney Island


Brooklynites spent more than four decades without professional baseball after the beloved Dodgers left town, but the Cyclones arrived in 2001 along with one of the most charming ballparks in the game. Complete with neon-accented lights, views of the beach and the team's eponymous roller coaster nearby—and, lest we forget, the gentle sea breeze—fans will tell you it was worth the wait.


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There's nothing like a day at the ballpark, rooting on the home team. 1. Take part in a fantasy baseball draft at the New York Hilton Midtown, April 2–4. 2. Measure your fastball against that of the pros at the New York Hall of Science. 3. Learn more about those good old days your dad keeps mentioning at the Stickball Hall of Fame, in East Harlem. 4. Honor #55 at Go! 5. Take a walk to see the massive baseball card exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 6. Pore over the long-lost blueprints for Ebbets Field, former home of the Brooklyn Dodgers, at the Municipal Archives. 7. Catch a Pitch Talk about your favorite NYC ball club at BB King's Blues Club and Grill. 8. Pay homage to giants of the sport at Green-Wood Cemetery and Woodlawn. 9. Watch baseball the way it was once played, at Governors Island, Old Stone House Park, the Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum and MCU Park.  


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