Boston Common Carousel
Other Ideas: Edaville Railroad; York's Wild Animal Kingdom; Water Wizz; Canobie Lake Park; Liquid Planet Water Park
History of the Carousel:
Built in 1947 by the Allan Herschell Company of North Tonawanda, NY. The Allan Herschell Company, the most prolific maker of carousels, specialized in producing portable machines which could be used by traveling carnival operators.
The Company produced over 3,000 hand carved wooden carousels and out-produced all of its rivals in the carousel industry.
Beginning in 1873, Allan Herschell was a partner in several companies manufacturing carousels. In 1915 he started the Allan Herschell Company which operated independently until it was sold in the early 1970ís to a rival maker of amusement rides.
A museum exists in the original manufacturing facility in North Tonawanda.
For more information, please call the Frog Pond at (617) 635-2120.
$3/ride, 10 Ride Card for $25
There is no charge for an adult who is standing next to their child on the ride.
One Adult per child
Strips of 10 tickets are available for $20.00 at the Carousel
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