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Carousel in the Park & Gage Park Mini-Train


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Carousel in the Park & Gage Park Mini-Train Two of the most popular attractions in Gage Park are the 1908 restored Carousel and the Mini-Train that circles the park.

Built in 1908 by the Herschell-Spillman company of New York, Topeka's carousel offers timeless entertainment housing a 1909 Wurlitzer band organ. Purchased by the city in 1986, community volunteers have donated money and time to ensure the success of this quaint Victorian attraction. Admission is 75 cents.Mini-Train

Take the mile-long mini-train ride for a splendid view of the park complex.





Admission: Admission for the Carousel is 75 cents. Train rides are $1.00.
Hours: Hours: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Apr.-Aug.; Weekends only, Sept.-Oct.
Address: 635 SW Gage Blvd
Phone: 785-273-1191

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