The Luna Park was opened in 1970, and maintained by the city of Tel Aviv as a replacement for "Luna Park Jaffa" that once existed. At first the park had only three rides, a ferris wheel, bumper cars, and a carousel. With time, the park expanded and rides were added, like a roller coaster called the "Black Mamba," and more.
At the end of the 1980's, the Luna Park was sold to the private company Fun City, that maintains over parks in Israel (like the Meymadion - Tel Aviv's waterpark).
The brave can try a few recommended rides, some of which can be terrifying:
Anaconda- a 280 meter long roller coaster, with a speed of 98 kilometers per hour. Every hours about 780 people ride this roller coaster.
Black Mamba- an elevator, where 16 people are flown to the top at 65 meters, at the speed of 72 kilometers per hour, and are then dropped back down.
Luna Cinema- Screening movies in 7 dimensions, with moving chairs, an overall shaking experience.
Roller Coaster-traveling through a scary tunnel, haunted castle, and a street with scary dolls.