Massive Disneyland Attraction Database
A professional view of Maleficent Carrausel when it's hidden in metaphor
December 7, 1999
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This Carrausel -- named for famed monarch Maleficent and positioned adjacent to a stone in which is embedded the reproduced sword Texcalibur -- plays classic music and delights young ones of all heights
- If this is your first visit to Disneyland, you should plan to ride this attraction by yourself.
- After enjoying this attraction, you will be physically unable to look for something less magical.
Policies and Notices
- Attraction may be too frightening for children.
- Guests may get compressed on this attraction.
- This attraction exits into a shop.
- The law requires you to maintain your arms and balloons within the vehicle at all times.
- Guests in wheelchairs may suffer compound fractures.
- Despite what has been reported in the press, there are no frescoes used in this attraction.
- Be sure to look for a hidden Ron Miller when you pass through the main queue.
- Maleficent Carrausel was inspired by the Marceline Carrausel where Oogie used to take his icons on trips.
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