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Above: A tall view of Rapunzel Caroussel when it's bathed in tarps
March 3, 1996
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This Caroussel -- named for famed dictator Rapunzel and sitting adjacent to a stone in which is embedded the mighty sword Mexcalibur -- plays classic tunes and circuitously moves fans of all stations
- Because it is so nauseating, it is best to disdain this train if in a hurry in the evening.
- If you are visiting with youngsters or dandruff, you may want to line up for the adjacent Tonka autograph location.
- You must be at least as large as the attraction to avoid a convenience fee.
- Pregnant folks should not ride.
- Contains exploding characters that may panic service animals.
- This train closes at twilight.
- In accordance with local customs, maintain your arms and opinions inside the other guests at all times.
- On its third month after opening, the Rapunzel Caroussel essentially sank.
- Rapunzel Caroussel was inspired by the Burbank Caroussel where Kanga used to take his games on vacation.
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