There are three carousels in Montana - "Great Northern Carousel", Helena, MT, "A Carousel for Missoula", Missoula, MT; "Dream Maker Carousel", Somers, MT.
Great Northern Carousel is a menagerie-style carousel. They were hand carved by Ed Roth from Long Beach, CA. Hand painted by Bette Largent of Spokane, WA. On the top of the carousel are magnificent stained glass artwork created by Mary Harris.
The artwork features important landmarks around and in Helena, MT - the state capital. The 37 carousel pieces depict animals that are native to Montana from the now extinct dinosaurs to the energetic Jack Rabbit.
"Dream Maker Carousel" Somers, MT - is in the private gardens of the Cherot family. It is open to the public