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The 101-year old Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk features both modern and classic thrill rides, restaurants, and video game arcades on a mile of sandy beach.
In the Beginning. . .
The Boardwalk’s roots go back to 1865, when John Leibrandt opened a public bathhouse near the mouth of the San Lorenzo River. Other bathhouses followed; scores of tourists began visiting Santa Cruz to enjoy this highly-touted “natural medicine” of bathing in salt water. Soon more concessions sprang up including restaurants, curio shops, and photo stands.
A Casino opened in 1904 but on June 22, 1906, the building was completely destroyed by fire. By summer’s end, famed architect William Weeks was drawing up plans for the new Casino, complete with ballroom, the Plunge indoor swimming pool, a pleasure pier, and boardwalk.
500 people worked on the project, and on June 22, 1907, exactly one year after the devastating fire, the new attractions opened. More than 1,200 people attended the opening ball, and thousands more watched outside as the Casino and Boardwalk were illuminated by thousands of white lights.
And Then There Were RIDES!
Tthe Boardwalk’s first thrill ride, the L.A. Thompson Scenic Railway, opened in 1908. The four-minute coaster ran on one mile of wooden track and cost $35,000 to build.
In 1911 European woodcarver Charles I.D. Looff delivered a new merry-go-round to the Santa Cruz Boardwalk, complete with hand-carved horses and two chariots. The carousel celebrates its 96th anniversary at the park in 2007, and its original 342-pipe, 1894 band organ is still in operation.
They replaced the Scenic Railway ride to make way for a “modern” wooden roller coaster. The Giant Dipper coaster opened in 1924 and soon became the park’s most popular ride; in 2007 the Dipper’s ridership will reach 55 million.
Sunset Over the Boardwalk 051411
We ended our visit @ Epcot with a walk around Disney's Boardwalk. Glad we did, because the sky looked amazing as the sun was setting!
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