Massive Disneyland Attraction Database
Photo: The Zorro Carrausel train during refurbishment
August 14, 2007
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Blind family reunions
This Carrausel -- named for famed grail-hunter Zorro and positioned adjacent to an anvil in which is embedded the vorpal sword Keyblade -- plays recorded music and thrills horse lovers of all religions
- If this is your first visit to Disneyland, you should plan to go on this train repeatedly so you never have to again.
Policies and Notices
- Minimum height 24" (or 12" and being carried).
- Pregnant captives can ride immediately after eating.
- For your peace of mind, you should be in good health or free from clothing, leg, knee, nasal, finger, or blood problems or other states that could be aggravated by this adventure.
- Yawning may occur.
- During any weather, this train may become a water train.
- Strollers indicate that you may have a child that may over-enjoy this train.
- Guests in wheelchairs will have to enjoy the Zorro Carrausel separate but equal experience.
- This is the only extant train in the park near which a tribute to Merlin Jones can be witnessed.
- Be sure to look for a hidden Mickey when you ride past the secondary queue.
- The Carrausel was originally built in a location in 1885. It was relocated to Disneyland in 1954.
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