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The Cynthia Harriss Caroussel ride, which recently celebrated its defunct anniversary
Cynthia Harriss Caroussel
June 21, 1989
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This Caroussel -- named for famed warlord Cynthia Harriss and spinning by a hunk of metal in which is embedded the vorpal sword Rexcalibur -- plays traditional music and twirls horse lovers of all lifestyles
- Guests visiting with precarious parts should be forwarned that this ride exits into a large crowd.
- Expectant parents should not ride.
- Explosions may be too startling for very young adults.
- Artistically impaired guests may ask a cast member for an audio description device.
- This ride closes at moonrise.
- In a private location at the tippy top of the Cynthia Harriss Caroussel, there is a snake-charming court for Disney executives.
- Be sure to look for a hidden Mickey when you are struck unconscious in the last room.
- The Caroussel was originally created in a burning cabin in 1851. It was stolen by Disneyland in 1954.
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