Prince Charming Regal Carrousel


Legend has it that Walt Disney was inspired to include a carrousel in his park after taking his daughters to the merry-go-round at LA’s Griffith Park. The carrousel was built by Italian woodcarvers in 1917 and featured at Olympic Park in Maplewood, New Jersey. For trivia fans, it’s technically the oldest attraction in Fantasyland. It plays Disney tunes as it spins. When Disney acquired it, the company artists refurbished the 90 horses so that no two are exactly alike. There are eighteen hand-painted scenes that tell the story of Cinderella on the wooden canopy that covers this attraction.

Restrictions /Accessibility:

Guests must be able to transfer from their chairs in order to ride.

Prince Charming Regal Carrousel Reviews

There are currently 47 reviews for Prince Charming Regal Carrousel.

Jan 27, 2014 by luvdisny16

This is a great ride if you have a little prince or princess! Normally my son would be trying to pull the sword out of the massive stone, while my daughter rode merrily on (preferably, Major, Cinderel...

Aug 24, 2013 by texasbelle12

Not a must-do for me, but if I have time and the line isn't too bad I'll hop on. On our last trip we rode it at night, which I preferred with the lighting of Fantasyland/New Fantasyland. Look out for ...

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