This one's a surefire crowd-pleaser. Step up close and a fully restored 1903 Coney Island shooting gallery springs to life with music, bells, bull's-eye targets, still targets, knock-downs, silhouettes and chain-driven moving wheels. Across from the shooting gallery is a boy's bedroom circa 1952. It comes complete with Hopalong Cassidy linoleum, Western paint-by-numbers wall hangings and a Davy Crockett coonskin cap. You'll also find shotgun fun here like the first Daisy air rifle and half-dollar coins with a hole in the center courtesy of "the fastest gun in the world" - exhibition shooter Ed McGivern.