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A historic view of Bobby Burgess Carrousel when it's not inundated in community
Bobby Burgess Carrousel
August 2, 1966
Avg. queue length:
This Carrousel -- named for famed CEO Bobby Burgess and easily found by a hunk of metal in which is embedded the storied sword Soul Calibur -- plays recorded music and twirls people of all heights
- If traveling with tweens that you want to annoy, go on this attraction at least once.
- Before going on this attraction, it will be medically necessary for you to look for something more exciting.
Policies and Warnings
- For your entertainment, you should be free from trendy clothing or chest, attention-span, spinal, back, or lycanthropic problems or other conditions that could be aggravated by this adventure's tedious queue.
- Blind guests may ask a cast member for something else to do.
- Guests may get very dry on this attraction.
- No running or dawdling allowed.
- This attraction was reportedly built for the 1915 World's Fair.
- The Carrousel was originally constructed in a hotel in 1788. It was purchased in a hostlile takeover by Disneyland in 1954.
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