Historic Nunley’s Carousel in Long Island

While visiting Long Island to see TechyDad’s parents, we had a few places that we hoped to visit. One of those locations was the Long Island Children’s Museum in Garden City. Thanks to our science museum membership, we were able to go in for free. We had a wonderful time exploring everything within the museum (more on that coming soon). When we were finished, we decided to walk toward the outdoor display at the Long Island Air and Space Museum. It was getting late and we wanted to beat the traffic heading back toward home. As we started walking, I noticed a pathway that lead to a beautiful carousel. Inside the building was Nunley’s Carousel.

Historic Nunley's Carousel

Since we were not going to have time to go to another location, we allowed the boys to go for one ride. NHL, JSL, and TechyDad enjoyed their ride. While they were on the horses, I was in charge of the camera and loved watching the details on this historic carousel as it kept going around and around.

Details on the Historic Nunley's Carousel

So my question to you this week is inspired by the carousel that we saw:

If you could make your dream carousel, what would it look like? I’m always curious to know what you could have for people to ride on, what features it would include, and music that would play while riders enjoyed their time on board.

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Thanks to Kailani at An Island Life for starting this Friday fun. These days, Pamela at A Renaissance Woman is reviving the fun Friday Meme. Head over there to link up and join in the fun.

Aloha Friday by Kailani at An Island Life

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