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Other Carousel Links
Choose this link for a visit to our Northwest Carousel page
The National Carousel Association
The National Carousel Association is a site devoted to carousels, with a page dedicated to
Looff and other classic carousels.
Fort Edmonton Park, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
There's still time to sponsor a horse on this in-process carousel!
The Kit Carson County Carousel, Burlington, CO
Visit the website for Philadelphia Toboggan Company Carousel #6, which celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2005.
Cafesjian's Carousel, St. Paul, Minnesota
This website features a 1914 Philadelphia Toboggan Company (PTC) carousel, with pictures of all 68 horses and two chariots.
Crescent Park Carousel, Rhode Island
This is the birthplace of our carousel. The Crescent Park Carousel was a showroom
for customers who wanted to pick the types of carousel figures that they were going to purchase.
Richland Carrousel Park, Mansfield, Ohio
This hand-carved carousel opened in 1991.
The Santa Monica Pier Carousel
The last of Looff's hippodromes (horse arenas) built down the California coast.
A website devoted to carousels.
The Pike amusement center in Long Beach, CA.
Charles I.D. Looff
The Pike's page on Charles I.D. Looff
Mechanical Music Digest
A website devoted to self-playing musical instruments.
A reference site for all of the amusement parks in the United States that no longer exist. (Nat
park is listed at this site.)
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