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Ross Park Carousel, Binghamton

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Ross Park Carousel is a historic carousel located at Binghamton in Broome County, New York. The carousel is housed in a wooden, one story, 16-sided, pavilion topped by an eight sided cupola. The carousel has 60 horses standing four abreast, each of which is a "jumper," and two chariots. It was constructed by the Allan Herschell Company and contains its original Wurlitzer #146-A Band Organ. The carousel was purchased about 1920 and is one of six carousels donated to the citizens of Broome County by George F. Johnson (1857–1948), president of Endicott Johnson Corporation.
It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992.
Other carousels located in the Greater Binghamton Region:

C. Fred Johnson Park Carousel

George F. Johnson Recreation Park Carousel

George W. Johnson Park Carousel

Highland Park Carousel

West Endicott Park Carousel
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  • FUN FUN FUN to once again ride a horse on the carousel while hearing the Whirlitzer playing from the music box. Brought back a lot of wonderful childhood memories. This is a free activity for... 
    FUN FUN FUN to once again ride a horse on the carousel while hearing the Whirlitzer playing from the music box. Brought back a lot of wonderful childhood memories. This is a free activity for...  more »
  • After being close last year for renovations, the carousel is now open again, giving free rides to everyone. The carousel is located in Ross Park. No admission to the park. Plenty of free parking, and....  more
    After being close last year for renovations, the carousel is now open again, giving free rides to everyone. The carousel is located in Ross Park. No admission to the park. Plenty of free parking, and....  more »
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  • Appreciation is extended to the Endicott-Johnson family and company for donating these to the greater broome community. Your business may be gone but your gift to the community (your impact) is still felt and appreciated.
  • Horses in disrepair, but that was made up for the speed they went at. It wasn't lazy, it was exciting. Working Wurlitzer. Kids said it was really cool, amazing.

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