Website: Visionlands Magic Adventure Theme Park Homepage
Ride Type: Carousel
Ride Status: Running
Average Rating: 0.0000
TPC Overall Rank: Rides need more than 25 reviews to be ranked.
Reviews: 2
Last Review: 4/27/2005 2:04:00 AM
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+1 Rating Rate Down Rate Up Godsentone on 4/27/2005 2:04:00 AM
Well, I cant say it is the greatest carousel since I dont ride them much so I dont really know much about how exciting they are suppose to be. I am ranking it on re-ridability, capacity, and appearance. It is worth a second ride just to experience riding on a horse or in the chariots or seats. It can hold many guests at one time, which makes it idea for families. The designs, although not world class were still good. This is not the most thrilling ride, but you got to give props to VL for thinking of families by not including this in admission for the theme parks, and just making it a part of Celebration Street, which doesnt cost you a thing.

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+2 Rating Rate Down Rate Up BobFunland on 12/6/2004 6:56:00 PM
What a disgusting pile of garbage this thing was! Like my review of the Scrambler, Im knocking this down a notch from my original rating of 2. There are people on this site who would take personal offense to the disgrace that this thing was. The Carousel, plain and simple, had more plastic than a mid-aged woman from Beverly Hills. Nothing on this ride made me want to ever ride it again, the "paintings" on the inside seemed to be generated with an Epson printer. This was nothing along the lines of the classic 1895 Dentzel that I rode at Astroworld (an underrated and overlooked carousel) or even SFOGs RiverView carousel circa 1908 (also overlooked). Once I hopped on, it became apparent that I was wasting my time with this carbon and silicate structure: the horses were hallow plastic sculptures, and I have seen more ornate lawn sculptures. The ride was ok, not much to complain about there, but my ride time may have been extended mnerely because the line was empty at that time of day. I should have know when even the little kids werenr lining up by the dozens, especially considering the kids land was closed for the evening. Boy, hindsight tells me that I missed even the most obvious of clues. I remember seeing the music maker, but I cant remember what it was, my comment from my trip review had the following comment:"but at least it had an organ, or was that a synthesizer?"Anyway, the moral to this story is that the Carousel at Visonland has to be one of the most pathetic examples of a carousel around today, certainly, and by far, the worst carousel that I have experienced in my life

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