A Victorian spinner, this is most children’s favorite park stop (it certainly is my daughters’). Though it’s not the original carousel (the first burned down in the 1950s), it’s a beaut, built in Coney Island in 1908, and featuring some of the tallest merry-go-round horses in the U.S. It’s also a much more humane carousel than the original, which was rotated by a blind mule and horse toiling in the basement.