The Idaho Centennial Carousel is Idaho’s only antique wooden carousel. This beautiful antique wooden carousel was built by Spillman Engineering Company of New York in 1926. The carousel was purchased and brought to Rexburg in 1952. In 1976 the Teton Dam flood waters damaged it severely and several horses were lost. In 1988 the carousel was dismantled and skilled craftsmen restored it. It was renovated by 1990 in time to commemorate Idaho’s 100th birthday. This carousel is a major attraction in Rexburg and a delight to people of all ages. It is considered a “jewel” of Porter Park in Rexburg.