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Derby Day at the Paragon Carousel

Bet on the horses, mint juleps, hat contest
and great prizes.

HOURS OF OPERATION

The award-winning Paragon Carousel is open seasonally from Easter Weekend until Halloween (weekends in spring and fall and daily during the summer).

WE WILL OPEN FOR OUR 89TH SEASON ON EASTER WEEKEND 2017!

The business office is open year-round, with limited hours.

205 Nantasket Ave.Hull, MA 02045

Please Visit the Doors to History site to learn more about the Paragon Carousel and other historic sites in our area!

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Nantasket Hotel at the Beach


Thanks to winning a grant from American Express the Paragon Carousel replaced all twelve doors to the building that houses the Paragon Carousel with beautiful wooden doors that replicate the original doors from 1928. The grant also allowed us to renovate all the windows above the doors so that now light streams into the building. Thank you!

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Directions

From Boston:  Take Route 93 South (Southeast Expressway). Go left at “the split” to “Route 3 South/Cape Cod”. Take Exit 14, MA 228 North - Nantasket Beach. (Go Left at the bottom of ramp). Continue on RT 228 - Stay alert and watch for 228 North signs going through Hingham! When you arrive at the traffic lights at the Route 3A intersection, go straight across and follow directions below From the Route 3A/Route 228 intersection.

From Cape Cod: Take Route 3 North from the Bourne Bridge. Take Exit 14, MA 228 North - Nantasket Beach. (Go Right at the bottom of ramp). Continue on RT 228 - Stay alert and watch for 228 North signs going through Hingham! When you arrive at the traffic lights at the Route 3A intersection, go straight across and follow directions below From the Route 3A/Route 228 intersection.

 From the Route 3A/Route 228 intersection:

Drive TWO miles. When you come around the bend and see the ocean, you are almost there! Continue for another half mile, the Paragon Carousel is on the left, next to The Clock Tower, and opposite a DCR (Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation) Parking Lot and the Bernie King Pavilion.

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