Mermaid Parade

Surf Ave
The famous Mermaid Parade takes place every year in Coney Island on the first Saturday after the summer solstice. Join thousands of other Mer-creatures and celebrate the beginning of summer. Mermaid-type costumes highly recommended! The parade begins... more

The famous Mermaid Parade takes place every year in Coney Island on the first Saturday after the summer solstice. Join thousands of other Mer-creatures and celebrate the beginning of summer. Mermaid-type costumes highly recommended!

The parade begins at 1:00 pm and can best be viewed on Surf Avenue between West 10th and 15th Streets, or else on the Riegelmann Boardwalk between the same cross streets. After the parade there are additional post-parade activities at Astroland at Surf Avenue and West 10th Street. All parade events conclude around 6 PM, but rides will remain open past midnight.

Note:To register for the parade, call the number above or visit the official website.


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Info

Surf Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11224
(718) 372-5159
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Admission And Tickets

Free to watch

To march, drive, flop or waddle in the Parade there is a small fee

This Week's Hours

Parade begins at 1:00 PM, Rain or Shine!

Nearby Subway

  • train to Stillwell Avenue (last stop)

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