Jane's Carousel is a completely restored historic Carousel made by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company (PTC #61) in 1922. It is a classic 3-row machine with 48 exquisitely carved horses, and 2 superb chariots. The wood carvings, often attributed to John Zalar and Frank Carretta, are among the finest of their kind. In addition, the scenery panels, rounding boards, crests, center pole and platform are all original to the Carousel. It was the first Carousel to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Jane’s Carousel at Brooklyn Bridge Park
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Jane’s Carousel Opens
Jane’s Carousel in the Brooklyn Bridge Park is officially open to the public today. Kids can finally take a $2 ride (it’s fre...
Jane’s Carousel Prepping for Opening on September 18
Jane’s Carousel is being installed in Brooklyn Bridge Park in the Jean Nouvel designed Pavilion, and will open to the public Septem...
🎈🎈🎈Birthday girl Lucy had a great time at her 3rd birthday party! Thanks to mom Janina for sharing the pic! #janescarousel #kidsbirthday
Round and round we go! Thanks to @rrmydr18 for sharing this awesome photo. #janescarousel #carousel #spinning #brooklynbridge
🎉Congratulations🎉to Jenise and Daryl, who had a magical engagement at #janescarousel a few weeks ago! Here the happy couple poses with operator Sarah, who helped Daryl pull off the surprise proposal. #carouselproposal #proposalgoals #nycproposal #willyoumarryme #brooklynbridgeproposal