Sneak “Peek-A-Boo”

Fundraiser to Benefit the

Carousel Museum’s Restoration Department

Saturday, May 1 10:00 - 2:00 PM

 
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Thank you to our event Sponsor:

JOIN US for a private behind the scenes look at the restoration of Lake Compounce’s lead Horse Peek-A-Boo and the rest of the improvements at the oldest continuously operating Amusement park in America, before it opens to the public for its 175th season.

 

Be the first to see the restoration and ride the Carousel during this historical anniversary year. Join The Carousel Museum's Executive Director Morgan Urgo, the Museum Restoration Team, and Lake Compounce Management Team to explore the 175 year old tradition of FUN and celebration at the Lake! 100% of your donation will go to the Museum’s Restoration Department improvements.  

 

Space is limited to 65 people; all current COVID 19 protocols for Lake Compounce will be in place. Please check their website for up to date requirements.

 

$40 for Adults, $30 for kids

$30 for Members, $20 member children

 

Tentative Schedule

  • Meet at Lake Compounce Main gate tunnel

  • History of Lake Compounce Carousel with Subject Specialist, Cate Mahoney

  • Carousel viewing and photo ops

  • Carousel riding

  • Lunch at Lake Compounce (included / menu based on Lake Compounce training schedule)

  • Behind the scenes walking tour of the park, improvements and historical significance.

  • One of a kind Swag Bags!

I can't make the event, but would like to make a tax deductible donation to the NECM

Restoration Department.

to support the preservation and protection of antique operating carousels for future generations!

Hours:

Mon. & Tues: Call for appointments

Wed - Sat. - 10:00 - 5:00 PM

Sun. Noon - 5:00 PM 

 

Tours every day at Noon & 2:00 PM

Mask required for Admission. Reservations are NOT required.

Location:

95 Riverside Ave. Bristol, CT 06010

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