Help keep the Inner Harbor Carousel in Baltimore and Part of our Community!

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Christine Simonetti
8 years ago
My son went on this carousel on Easter weekend in 2011 and loved it. He doesn't want this carousel to close down :(

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Lauri Parson
8 years ago
It's a staple near the Science that has been there since I was a little girl.

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Kristine Jordan
8 years ago
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Ray Simmons
8 years ago
Carousels have been a magical amusement ride in America since the late 1800's. Children of all ages have enjoyed riding the merry-go-round. Today there are a precious few of the machines left. The Baltimore Carousel is rare and should be allowed to operated in its present location. Too many carousels have had to been sold off piece by piece. You will perform a courageous act by allowing the continued operation of this charished carousel.

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Carolyn Stevens
8 years ago
All historical carousel deserve to be saved and enjoyed by everyone.

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Lynne Sigel
8 years ago
I live in New England and we are lucky to have many antique carousels in the area. We did loose a few over the last 20 years. Don't let this one be lost, so many people love it, enjoy it and had special memories made with it. Save it for future generations to enjoy.

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Donna Lee Woolcott
8 years ago
The carousel is an art form and a rare piece of history. It needs to be saved!

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Bette Largent
8 years ago
The city needs to give them a contract so they can get the carousel restored and to continue entertaining children in Baltimore. It is a long history of having a carousel. This historic one deserves to stay!

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8 years ago
Because I don't want them to take anymore history away from Baltimore

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Cynthia Anderson
8 years ago
The carousel is an important part of Baltimore's Inner Harbor. I often walk on the promendare and see many families thoroughly enjoying this old-fashioned attraction. It adds a touch of hsitorical quaintness to the other more"generic" harbor attractions such as the plethera of the chain restaurants and retail shops. Removing this icon would be a shame for not only the city's esthetic but for the families and children who visit in the spring, summer, and fall. Please allow our carousel to stay put!