Euclid Beach Park Grand Carousel
Colorful, hand-carved wooden horses, once at Euclid Beach Park on Cleveland’s lakefront, now welcome riders once again in the Carousel Pavilion at the Western Reserve Historical Society.
Nearly 45 years after the iconic park’s closure, the restoration of the Grand Carousel is complete. The horses and mechanism have been restored by Carousel Works in Mansfield, Ohio. Scenes depicting Cleveland icons and moments from Euclid Beach Park have been carefully hand-painted by Carousel Works’ skilled artisans and will offer visitors a look back in time to Cleveland’s past.
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Do you want to be part of the continued history of the Euclid Beach Park Grand Carousel? Consider donating to the project. If you’re interested in a sponsorship or donation, contact Timothy Mann, WRHS VP of Development, at (216) 721-5722 ext. 1401 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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)**
Click here to download a timeline of the Carousel’s journey back to Cleveland.
If you want to experience more Euclid Beach Park nostalgia, look into
the Euclid Beach Boys on Facebook and these other great sites:
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