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I first learned about the carousel while watching one of my favorite guilty pleasure TV shows – “Younger” where two of the characters went there on an evening date. While the ambiance was probably better at night, the experience was still fun. It’s absolutely beautiful...More
We stopped by this on a lark. We were staying nearby and decided to walk to Battery Park to see the Statue of Liberty at night. We saw the SeaGlass Carousel as we were walking and decided to stop in. This was late, 8-9pm, and...More
I love carousels but this is my favorite for sure. It feels like been underwater in a magical ride. The pictures I had seen and the videos we've made don't live up to the experience of being inside of it. Love it!
A lovely amusement ride for young and old. Such a pretty carousel. Opening hours on trip advisor needs to be amended though as we visited on a Thursday 3rd of Jan at about 6 pm only to find it was closed. Winter hours are only...More
We visited NYC the weekend before Christmas and my family took a ride on the Sea Glass Carousel. My kids are 9, 7, and 4, and they required my husband to ride with our daughter (4) due to her age/size. As such, it was a...More
Went back here after a few years away, and it's still the same fun experience for kids and grown ups. Like riding a carousel in the middle of the ocean, while the dreamiest music plays around you. A great stop on the way to the...More
We stopped by to see this because we were interested to see how they made it out of glass. But, it turned out to be fiberglass. It cost $5 for a 3 min ride so we passed on that part. It was interesting but we...More