Little news fans turned out at The Please Touch Museum on Martin Luther King Day Monday, Jan. 21st, 2013.

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The Please Touch Museum is home to many artifacts from days past. The carousel debuted in 1924 at Philadelphia’s Woodside Park. There are fifty two animals on the carousel, including forty horses, four cats, and many other critters. There is also a forty foot replica of the Statue of Liberty arm and torch that is made out of toys and games!