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132 - 16 Ft Round Merry Go Round


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Carousel aka Merry Go Round

Step right up and hop into the inflatable merry-go-round jumper, where the fun never stops! This whimsical wonder brings the magic of a carnival carousel right to your backyard. With its unique shape and vibrant colors, this inflatable jumper will transport children to a world of laughter and merriment.

Perfect for circus, carnival, or merry-go-round themed parties, our bounce house adds an extra element of excitement and nostalgia to any event. Whether you're hosting a school carnival, church event, or private gathering, our bounce house rental ensures safe and exhilarating entertainment for children of all ages. With its spacious interior and sturdy construction, you can trust that our bounce house will be a hit at your next event. Don't miss out on the opportunity to create unforgettable memories – book our inflatable merry-go-round jumper today!

Who is this for? Kids of all ages.

How many at a time? 6-8

Basketball Hoop? 1

Safety Features: Giant mesh windows ensure visibility from all angles.

Setup Area: 18 L X 16 W X 14 H

Circuits: 1

Product Id: 132 - Carousel

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Fun Carousel Merry Go Round Facts
  1. Origin Story: The merry-go-round, also known as a carousel, traces its roots back to the Byzantine Empire, where soldiers would practice equestrian skills by riding wooden horses in a circle.


  2. Flying Menagerie: Early carousels featured fantastical creatures like dragons, sea monsters, and mythological beasts in addition to horses. These creatures were often carved and painted by skilled artisans.


  3. Power Source: Before electricity, carousels were powered by various means such as human strength, animals like horses or mules, or even steam engines. The introduction of steam-powered carousels in the mid-19th century added a new level of excitement to amusement parks.


  4. Modern Spin: The modern merry-go-round became popular in the late 19th century when steam engines and then electric motors began to power them. Today, many carousels feature intricate designs, music, and lights, creating a magical experience for riders.


  5. Carousel Conservation: Some historic carousels are considered valuable cultural artifacts and are carefully preserved. One famous example is the Griffith Park Merry-Go-Round in Los Angeles, which has been in operation since 1926 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.



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