Nunley's Carousel Commemorative Mural 

Nunley's Amusement Park was a fixture on Sunrise Highway in Baldwin for 56 years. The park, which opened in Baldwin in 1939, featured a classic Stein and Goldstein carousel built in 1912, games, rides, and a food court. It closed in 1995, and the carousel was bought by Nassau County and is now housed at Museum Row in Garden City. Many Baldwinites still remember childhood days spent at the park, or teenage days spent working at the park for the owners, the Lercari brothers.

​​Now you have a chance to help connect Baldwin to its history by donating to the creation of the Nunley's Carousel Commemorative Mural to be placed at the Baldwin LIRR station. Just click on the "Donate" button below, and you will be taken to a PayPal page. Once there, enter the amount you wish to donate, and then click "Donate with PayPal" or "Donate with a Debit or Card Card." Please fill out the entire form, and then click "Donate Now" to complete the transaction. Thank you!