Euclid Beach Park Grand Carousel
The colorful, hand-carved wooden horses, once at Euclid Beach Park on Cleveland’s lakefront, welcome riders once again in the Carousel Pavilion at the Cleveland History Center.
In 2014, nearly 45 years after the parks closing, the crown jewel of Euclid Beach Park- the Grand Carousel- made its return to Northeast Ohio. Restored by Carousel Works in Mansfield Ohio, it opened to the public in the fall of 2014.
Guests can now enjoy a ride on many of the original horses and see hand-painted scenes depicting Cleveland icons and Euclid Beach Park.
Take a ride on the Euclid Beach Park grand Carousel, and make a memory sure to last a life time.
Help Continue Preserving History
Do you want to be part of the continued history of the Euclid Beach Park Grand Carousel? Consider donating to help preserve and upkeep the Euclid Beach Park Grand Carousel.
If you’re interested in a sponsorship or donation, contact Timothy Mann, WRHS VP of Development, at (216) 721-5722 ext. 1401 or email@example.com.
For a full list of current donors to the Carousel project, click here.
Start Your Passport Adventures Today!
Purchase a Carousel Passport book and receive a stamp for each horse you ride. See if you can ride all 58 horses!
Available in the Museum Gift Shop $3.50
**Check out these awesome video testimonies of the guest experience on the
Euclid Beach Park Grand Carousel! (HERE)**
For the safety of our riders, no large bags or backpacks are permitted on the Euclid Beach Park Grand Carousel.
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WRHS is seeking a volunteer for the position of Carousel Spotter to assist in the operation of the Euclid Beach Park Grand Carousel.
To download the volunteer position description, click here.
The Euclid Beach Park Grand Carousel | In the News
The Plain Dealer:
Akron Beacon Journal
Ohio Magazine: Horse Play (slideshow)
Cleveland Magazine: Merry Arts
Freshwater Cleveland: Long-Dormant Euclid Beach Carousel Almost Ready to Ride