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PLANNING YOUR VISIT

Covid-19 Safety Policy Update 8/12/2021:

The Carousel is now open at full capacity. As of Aug 12th 2021, please note that the State of Oregon has placed a mask mandate for indoor facilities. Masks are required for guests at this time no matter their vaccination status.
Please note that if you exhibit signs or symptoms of illness or if you have been exposed to Covid-19 in the last 14 days, please stay home!

 TEMPORARY HOURS OF OPERATION 

Mon-Tue: Closed

Wed-Sat: 10a-5p

Sun: 11a-5p

 PAYMENT OPTIONS 

Cash (ATM onsite)

Credit/Debit Card

There is a $5 minimum purchase for card transactions.

 ADMISSION 

Individual Rides are $1.50 each

 RIDE PACKAGE PROGRAMS 

*Ride All Day! $10 Unlimited Rides Wristband

*18 Rides for $20 (saves $7)

*50 Rides for $55 (saves $20)

  Comes as two 25-ride punchcards

*125 Rides for $150 (saves $37.50)

*Ride All Year with the Rodeo Club Riders Annual Pass $175

  Ride unlimited for up to 5 people per visit. Valid for one full year from date of purchase.

 CAROUSEL CARES PROGRAMS 

SCHOOL GROUPS & FIELD TRIPS

We are offering discount ride programs for school groups as well as tours of the Carousel. For more information, visit the Field Trips page. Please note that all procedures still apply for Covid19 safety measures, therefore, there may be some limitations regarding your visit.

DISABILITIES

People with disabilities are welcome to ride the carousel at no cost. A Carousel Cares Complimentary Pass can be picked up at the Gift Shop.

MILITARY & PUBLIC SERVICE

Active or retired military, public service or emergency response personnel receives 5 free rides upon visit on any of these national holidays (Memorial Day, Remembrance Day and Veterans Day) + Receive 10% off merchandise in our Gift Gallery year-round!

 ACCESSIBILITY & RIDING RULES 

All guests are asked to acknowledge all rules posted. If you have any questions or need any additional accommodations,

please ask one of our friendly staff or volunteers on duty to assist you.

 VISITING THE CAROUSEL 

A PLACE OF SAFETY & INCLUSION

All are welcomed to the Carousel. Please treat others including our facility, staff and volunteers with respect. We have the right to dismiss individuals from the premises or refuse service to anyone displaying inappropriate, harmful, disruptive, or suspicious behavior.

MEDIA POLICY
Salem's Riverfront Carousel reserves the right to use any photography/video taken on the premises, without the expressed written permission of those included within the photography/video. Visitors and activities may be included in future media, social media, or marketing materials. With admission into the Museum, you consent to the recording of photographs and/or video of yourself, your dependents, and accompanying group. You grant the Carousel all rights to use these images for educational, promotional, advertising, and other purposes which advance the overall mission of the Carousel to "bring education and artistry together". All rights to the photographs and video belong to the Carousel. We never use identifying information with a child’s image. Please notify the Gift Gallery if you do not consent to this policy. Security cameras are stationed throughout the Carousel building's interior and exterior, for the purpose of visitor safety and the protection of Carousel property.

Persons who are pregnant or have physical disabilities should evaluate this ride for potential risks before entering. Salem's Riverfront Carousel is not liable for consequences that may occur from riding the carousel.

Clothing and footwear are required to ride the carousel.

Children under 42" tall must be accompanied by an adult (18 years or older). 

Balloons, drinks or food items are not allowed on the carousel at any time.

Persons who are visibly ill or under the influence of drugs or alcohol are not permitted to ride. The operator has the right to refuse entrance to the carousel.

Walking on the ride platform while the ride is in motion is prohibited.

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