The Riverview Carousel is a 1908 PTC Carousel at Six Flags Over Georgia, located on Carousel Hill. It opened at the park in 1972, after previously operating at Riverview Park in Chicago until the park's closure in 1967. The carousel was formerly part of the Cotton States Exposition section of the park, but with that area being replaced by Metropolis Park in 2017, the Riverview Carousel was given its own newly themed area, Carousel Hill.
The ride was placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior for its historical significance.
It was originally built for Riverview Park.
Holiday in the Park
During Six Flags Over Georgia's annual Holiday in the Park event, the Riverview Carousel becomes known as the Candlelight Carousel as it and the surrounding Carousel Hill area become a holiday wonderland, with nearly 94,000 lights, 1,350 feet of garland, 1,200 ornaments, and more than 200 candles.
- Carousel Hill
- Cotton States Exposition
- Riverview Racer, a former swing ride at Six Flags St. Louis, also named after Riverview Park.