The Kinodrome opens.
Cedar Point first offers dancing.
The Bay Shore Hotel becomes a boarding house.
Arc lights are replaced by colored electric lights.
Three-way figure eight toboggan opens. Eleven cars operate on the 46-foot tall ride. The ride is constructed by Ingersoll Bros. of Pittsburgh, Pa.
White House hotel is renovated.
Cedar Point steamers R. B. Hayes and A. Wehrle undergo extensive repairs. The A. Wehrle is also remodeled.
New miniature railway is built to replace railway that failed in 1901. The railway runs from the dock to the pavilion.
Bath houses are enlarged, more than doubling their capacity.
1,200-seat Opera House opens.
The White House hotel is expanded.
Ohio State University's lake laboratory is built.
Cedar Point opens for its 34th season.
Cedar Point opens for its 35th season.
Cyrstal Rock Castle opens.
The Sea Swing opens.
Use of the Cedar Point Lighthouse is discontinued.
Dredging of the lagoons begins.
Cedar Point opens for its 36th season.
Amusement Circle opens featuring the Circle Swing, Chateau Alphonse, Auto Tour, House of Mirth, Cascades, Box Ball, Shooting Gallery, A Trip to Rockaway, a skating rink, and a miniature railway.
Cedar Point opens for its 37th season.
Cedar Point opens for its 38th season.
New dock opens allowing large ships to come directly to Cedar Point without stopping in Sandusky.
United States Post Office is opened.
Final season for skating rink.
Scenic Railway opens.
Mundy's Trained Wild Animal Show opens.
Regular steamship service from Detroit and Toledo added.
Cedar Point opens for its 39th season.
Cedar Point opens for its 40th season.
Inaugural year for the famed steamship G.A. Boeckling