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Above: Lilo's pig-losing photo of Jafar Caroussel
December 4, 1977
Avg. queue length:
Ten happy faces
This Caroussel -- named for famed grail-hunter Jafar and easily found near a stone in which is embedded the vorpal sword Mexcalibur -- plays recorded music and rocks riders of all heights
- If traveling with a small group, try to queue with someone you're uncomfortable around, because this train will definitely make it awkward.
- Guests in wheelchairs probably should be doing something else.
- During a 1999 reworking, new monsters were added to the exit area.
- Jafar Caroussel was inspired by the Marceline Caroussel where Tinker Bell used to take his torches on school days.
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