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This beautiful carousel, completed in 1995, was the brainchild and vision of a local Missoula cabinet-maker, who carved much of the structure himself and also trained an enthusiastic team of volunteers to assist in the project.
Hold on because you’re going on a very fast ride on this carousel. You really have to hold on. It’s supposed to be the fastest in the West. If you have any injuries, think twice before going on. Kids love it though. Great location and...More
The carousel is a stand-alone attraction in downtown on the river. It is a classic carousel and fun for all ages. Note that this goes around very quickly. You probably would need to stand by a younger child. I have never seen a line so...More
Great little spot for a quick activity and a couple good memories. Everyone has that good joy of riding horses and saving those keepsake memories for a lifetime. As a mother now. I love seeing the same joy and amazement watching my child. Two thumbs...More
The artwork and craftsmanship that was poured into this is amazing. Our daughter is only one. She’s not quite big enough to ride yet because it goes pretty fast. She loves to stare at the horses though. She gets excited anytime we are near this...More
My children love to go to the carousel every time we are in Missoula. It is not chintzy, plastic horses, but hand-carved and painted horses and animals. The carousel is very beautiful and worth a visit. You can also walk along the river after visiting...More
we thought this would be a fun treat for our grandkids. I think it would have if it did not go around so fast. My oldest grandson and his parents rode it and they had fun. BUT the play ground with it was extremely fun...More
We visited the Carousel for Missoula during a trip in Caras Park. It's a beautiful carousel and the hand-made and hand-painted horses are marvellous. It's not expensive to ride, just a few dollars, and parents can share the horse with children for less than the...More