Luna Park, Arlington

Luna Park, Arlington Luna Park was an amusement park in Arlington, Virginia, USA, from 1906 to 1915. A trolley park that was constructed and owned by Frederick Ingersoll, the park occupied 34acre near the intersection of South Glebe Road and Jefferson Davis Highway and featured a figure eight roller coaster, a shoot-the-chutes ride, a ballroom, circus arena, restaurants, and picnicking facilities for 3000 people.

Exhibits were housed in buildings displaying different architecture styles .The Arlington Luna Park was one of several that Ingersoll built and ran in 1905 and 1906 . Although Ingersoll's amusement park empire was drastically reduced as a result of his declaration of bankruptcy in 1908, he retained ownership of the Arlington park.

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