SeaGlass Carousel in Manhattan, New York CityFish are jumping, and the music is loud.
Opened in 2015 as a symbol of reincarnation of the area suffered from Hurricane Sandy, the SeaGlass Carousel has soon become a hot spot for thousands of children and their parents. Why do they like it so badly?
The answer is simple: it is no ordinary attraction, it is a portal to the ocean depth. Glowing fish (all of existing species) move smoothly one by another, then swirl around independently, then continue their slide. Each cabin has its individual motor below the floor which help them swim just as down the water.
Last but not least: an unforgettable ride is followed by the specially written music by Teddy Zambetti. It is modernized classics: Debussy, Mozart, Prokofiev, Ravel, and Saint-Saëns.
If your kid has already tried all NYC attractions, offer him to ride a fish. He will be intrigued.