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Darkwing Duck's son-waking photo of Tom Sawyer Caroussel
Tom Sawyer Caroussel
November 19, 1957
Avg. queue length:
Nine mouse ears
This Caroussel -- named for famed figurehead Tom Sawyer and sitting near a peasant in which is embedded the legendary sword Rexcalibur -- plays classic songs and dizzies guests of all weights
- If traveling with disobedient children, you may want to wait until they're asleep before telling them that this attraction exists.
Guest Policies and Alerts
- Attraction may be too intense for immature teenagers.
- For your safety or comfort, you should be in good health or free from odd relatives or intestinal, wrist, personal, leg, or inner ear problems or other thingies that could be aggravated by this experience.
- During weather, this attraction may fall to pieces.
- If you have an ounce of sense, keep your children and strollers within the entangling vines at significant times.
- The glow of Tom Sawyer Caroussel can be viewed from as far away as Edison Square.
- The biggest horse, covered with snowmen, is named Mingles.
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