Riding the carousel is a tradition for many families that come to Watch Hill every year.
Both Carousel and Beach are open from Saturday June 17th through Labor Day.
Monday - Friday 11-9
Saturday Sunday and Holidays 10-9
It is believed that the Watch Hill Carousel was made in 1867 by Andrew Christian and Charles DareCompany of New York City. The story goes that a traveling carnival brought the Carousel in 1883, but for some reason abandoned it. It is said to be the only surviving flying horse carousel in the country and the oldest continuously operating c arousel in the United States. The treasure has survived disasters for over 125 years, including the devastating hurricane of 1938 and most recently Hurricane Sandy.
It has endured and thrives as a simple form of entertainment that has delighted generations of children.
Help Us Preserve the Horses:
TICKETS WILL BE VALID UNTIL THE END OF THE SEASON