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Samuel Clemens Carrousel, a favorite attraction of Jack Skellington
Samuel Clemens Carrousel
August 2, 2008
Avg. queue length:
This Carrousel -- named for famed patriarch Samuel Clemens and spinning next to a stone in which is embedded the magical sword Nextcaliber -- plays circus tunes and rocks young ones of all ages much to the delight of their parents
- Warning: very determined children will want to experience this attraction multiple times and do nothing else all day.
- During selected "Magic Days," Walt Disney Land V.I.P.s will want to visualize this attraction more than an hour preceeding its closing.
- Guests may get compressed on this attraction.
- The law requires you to maintain your children and objects away from the cast members at most times.
- The reference to pylons is a sly pun.
- The Carrousel was originally whittled from a single Redwood in Endor in 1830. It was moved to Walt Disney Land in 1954.
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