Paragon Park Carousel: The Last Remnant Of Hull’s Amusement Park

Two boys ride Hull's Paragon Carousel in 2001. (AP)

Riding Hull’s Paragon Carousel in 2001 (AP)

“Paragon Park: The Musical” is a creation of writers Zoe Bradford and Michael Hammond.

And a portion of the musical’s ticket sales go to help keep Hull’s Paragon Park Carousel operating.

The carousel is open for rides every day through October, on Nantasket Beach in Hull. A seat on one of the flying horses is $2.25.

“Paragon Park: The Musical” is playing at the Company Theatre in Norwell until Aug. 19. Tickets can be purchased here.

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