Crowds flock to the Woodhaven merry-go-round
The Forest Park merry-go-round is one of the last two remaining Daniel Carl Muller handcrafted carousels. The 1903 ride includes two handcarved chariots, a lion, a tiger, a deer and 49 horses.
Jason Guzman is a ticket-taker at the newly opened Forest Park carousel.
Edmond Blake took a ride on the carousel with his dog, Bunny.
Tyler Hawkins, 15, and James Maxham, 18, friends for five years, were excited to go on the carousel.
A sign on Woodhaven Boulevard ushers the public to the newly opened ride.
Giacomo Colombo, 9 months, takes a ride with a helping hand.
Bellamarisa Childs, 3, left, and her brother Drahveid, 4, watch Muggsy the Clown perform in one of two shows on Memorial Day at the carousel.
Jeffery Keiser, 6, gives Muggsy the Clown a high-five on Memorial Day.
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