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“Amazing Carousel's” 5 of 5 stars
Review of West Endicott Park Carousel

West Endicott Park Carousel
West Endicott Park, Endicott, NY
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Ranked #1 of 9 things to do in Endicott
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Owner description: This carousel was built in 1929, and is known for the rare Herschell dogs and pigs.
upstate ny
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7 reviews 7 reviews
5 attraction reviews
Reviews in 6 cities Reviews in 6 cities
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“Amazing Carousel's”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed October 23, 2010

There are many Carousel's in the Endicott/Binghamton/Johnson City area (7 is the count I think!) The bonus is THEY ARE ALL FREE! They offer a special fun thing to do- "ride the Carousel circuit". You can collect a "ticket" at each Carousel. If you get the tickets from all the Carousel's, you get a special "Carousel Pin". This was so fun (and did I say FREE! :)
For my family. The kid's just loved it- each Carousel is in a park too- so lot's of playing on the day's we did this, and the just loved & were so proud of the pin's they collected. Finding out the history of the Carousel Circuit (George Johnson's gift to this area) was also nice.

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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“Free Carousel Rides - #1 of 6”
3 of 5 stars Reviewed July 5, 2008

One of six working carousels in the region given by George F. Johnson, this is a small 36 animal carousel. Patrons can ride for free. Look for the dog and pig in among the horses. Given this carousel was made in 1929 it is in remarkable condition. Carousel enthusiasts will enjoy the visit as will small children.

The carousel is in a small park with a playground and sandbox for children and a concession stand.

Each carousel in the circuit has a collectors card for riders. Collect all 6 and trade them in for a button. It is suggested to start with this carousel and work your way east, ending at the Ross Park carousel. You can get a special treat for your button at the carousel shop.

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