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25 January 2021
The Kit Carson County Carousel is a “stationary” carousel…none of its 46 animals go up and down. The up and down carousels are often referred to as “jumping” carousels. Becau
3 November 2020
The Kit Carson County County Carousel’s dog, lion, the colorful hippocampus and their 43 wooden friends still stand quietly waiting for the time when the doors can be opened an
18 June 2020
Though the carousel is currently closed, when it is able to spin again, riders will be welcomed to fully restored chariot seats.
4 May 2020
The Kit Carson County Carousel will not open to the public on Memorial Day weekend as it has in the past.
27 February 2020
The building housing PTC No. 6 is not elaborate and it is not heated (nor air-conditioned). Wind (and occasionally snow) often enters the building through the spaces between its twelve sides.
24 November 2019
The 32nd annual Carousel Christmas will
18 November 2019
After a long and sometimes dusty 2019 operating season, the forty-six animals on the Kit Carson County Carousel were recently carefully “washed” by the Burlington FFA students.
16 August 2019
The 2019 summer season is nearly at its end. The last day to take a spin, visit the museum, and shop in the gift shop is Monday, September 2nd (Labor Day).
18 July 2019
Come to the fair — Ride your favorite animal for just a quarter. Spend several minutes or several hours at the museum.
10 June 2019
In 2004, the Kit Carson County Carousel Association had Deneen Pottery cast a pottery mug featuring the armored horse.