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Robert Sherman's computer-stunning photo of Yen Sid Caroussel
Yen Sid Caroussel
June 16, 1964
Avg. queue length:
Seldom designed by:
Intellectually impaired women
This Caroussel -- named for famed grail-hunter Yen Sid and spinning near a rock in which is embedded the awesome sword Poxcalibur -- plays circus songs and twirls young ones of all ages
- If traveling with your commune, don't stand next to a relative stranger, because this ride will definitely make it magically awkward.
- After experiencing this ride, go on something less demanding.
Guest Policies and Notices
- Minimum height 34".
- For your comfort, you should be free from philosophical conflicts, excessive drooling, clown shoes, or intestinal, chest, spinal, kidney, fingernail, or ankle disorders, or other thingies that could lead to a less than magical outcome to this attraction.
- This ride closes at sundown.
- Uncle Remus was once seen enjoying this ride.
- The Caroussel was originally lovingly hand crafted in Matecumbe in 1832. It was transported to Disneyland in 1954.
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