Seating more than 40 riders, featuring 24 horses moving up and down - all endowed with real horse hair tails and leather horse's harnesses - and a carriage that moves along with the carousel like the horse's, this merry-go-round can also be driven manually. Though designed based on 18th century models, the magnificent carousel is equipped with state-of-the-art technology. In the evening it is a real eye catcher when it shines brightly with the fairy light created by over 1,000 light bulbs. But HANSA-PARK wouldn't be HANSA-PARK if this jewel of a merry-go-round didn't feature something very special to make it globally unique.
36 pictures adorn the inside walls of the carousel, which show typical scenes of the most important Hanseatic cities with their trading and townhouses as well as merchant offices [kontors] from the 14th, 15th and 16th century. The hand-painted pictures were chosen by the mayors of the cities depicted on them - a proud 'yes' to the cities' common history. "The Hansa is on the move again" - a befitting statement when you watch the carousel doing its rounds.
Indoor or roofed
For disabled guests
Companion and/or guest have to decide if the ride is suitable.
Please note: As long as you observe all other TÜV safety regulations, it is up to you and your courage what rides you and your children dare get on.
Bring along umbrellas, walking sticks or other sharp implements.