Kiddy Kingdom Carousel at Cedar Point

Park: 6 PM - 12 AM Waterpark: Closed View Hours
Kiddy Kingdom Carousel
Be one with the animals.

Lions and tigers and…ostriches? Oh my, indeed. This beautiful menagerie carousel features 52 animals including everything from bears to rabbits, donkeys and two grand chariots. Being just one of the three carousel’s featured at Cedar Point, it has been serving fun to riders of all ages since moving to Kiddy Kingdom in 1968. The craftsmanship put into designing this classic ride is undeniable, evidenced by the Armored Horse’s inclusion on a 1988 U.S. Postal stamp. Built by the legendary William H. Dentzel in 1924, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990. Take a spin on your favorite animal, whether it is standing or jumping, and find that this carousel isn’t like any other. Though it is said to be one of Dentzel’s favorites, we know Kiddy Kingdom Carousel is a favorite for all ages. After all, riding a lion is sure to leave a lasting impression on anyone.

Height Requirement: Must be 46" tall to ride alone OR accompanied by a supervising companion. Hand held infants must ride in a chariot with a supervising companion.

Rider Safety Information

Min Height Accompanied
<46"
Min Height Alone
46"
  • A carousel ride which features animals--both stationary and moving up and down--and chariot seating mounted on a circular platform that rotates.
  • Children under 46" must be seated in a chariot or on the middle row of animals and be held by a supervising companion who is standing on the platform between animals.
  • Only one rider per animal.
  • Riders must have the ability to straddle the ride unit. Riders unable to straddle the ride unit must be seated in a chariot unit.
  • Riders who do not have independent seated postural control, an appropriate center of gravity, ability to hold on with one functioning arm, or appropriate observed behavior, must ride in a chariot with a supervising companion.
  • Riders with a full leg cast must be seated in a chariot.
  • Alternate access is mainstreamed at the ride entrance. Riders will have to take several steps, on their own or with the assistance of a companion, and be capable of stepping up onto a platform.
  • Visit our Guest Assistance page for additional Accessibility information.