The centerpiece of the museum is a fully restored 1939 Herschell Carousel. When the museum acquired the carousel all of the animals were missing so the animals on it are from other carousels or are newly carved. Other exhibits include many beautifully restored animals, posters, and carousel memorabilia. Most of the restoration work is done in the basement workshop which is not opened to the public however a small area on the museum floor is set aside for volunteers to explain the process of making or restoring a carousel animal. Visitors may also watch a carver at work. Every year a themed horse is carved to be raffled off as a fund raiser.
The accessible entrance is in the rear of the museum. The museum exhibits are accessible. Admission includes a ride on the carousel which we didn’t do because we get dizzy so I don’t know if it’s accessible.