The Central Park Carousel is a magnet for kids and fans of American folk art. You can read more about its history and location at the link; this particular carousel was build in 1908 and has been extensively restored.
The long view:
A closeup of the frieze at the top.
And a close look at the fence surrounding the carousel. I didn’t love the American folk art colour scheme.
PS. Notice what I did? Unconsciously, mind you; I’m not the superstitious type. One week ago, Manhattan Monday Harriet Tubman was Manhattan Monday # 13, but I hadn’t named it that.
Have a great week.