- Roller Coaster Database (RCDb)
Searchable database of roller coaster pictures and statistics on more than 2,000 roller coasters including height, length, number of inversions, and everyone's favorite statistic - top speed.
- Ultimate Rollercoaster
Includes roller coaster pictures, statistics, reviews, message boards, and historical information about roller coasters and amusement parks.
- American Coaster Enthusiasts
Fosters and promotes the conservation, appreciation, and enjoyment of the art of the classic wooden roller coaster and the contemporary steel coaster.
Photo gallery celebrating the joy and beauty of amusement rides, especially roller coasters.
Features statistical data, news, rumors, and links to roller coasters, theme parks, manufacturers, organizations, and more.
- Wikipedia: Roller Coasters
Includes information on the history and safety of roller coasters, plus the mechanics of different types of coasters.
- Coaster Force
Contains information on theme parks and roller coasters in the U.S. and the UK.
- European Coaster Club
News and information about the club and roller coasters all over the world.
Contains over 2,000 original roller coaster pictures from dozens of amusement parks. Browsable by location, coaster name, manufacturer, or even former amusement park names.
- International Museum of Carousel Art
Dedicated to the preservation, restoration, and exhibition of the world's antique carousels and carousel-related art.
- Wikipedia: Carousel
Historical overview of the carousel, aka merry-go-round, roundabout, and flying horses. Includes details about the carousel's history, notable carousels, and pictures as well.
- New England Carousel Museum, The
Located in Bristol, Connecticut, The New England Carousel Museum houses one of the largest collection of antique carousel pieces in the country.
Includes photos, reviews, news, and in-depth articles about thrill-rides.
Features thousands of pictures of roller coasters and dozens of videos of coasters from several amusement and theme parks around the U.S. Also has downloadable DVDs of annual seasons.
- Carousel For Missoula
Located in Missoula, Montana, this carrousel's frame was built in 1918 and once operated at the Ponderosa Ranch where the TV show Bonanza was filmed.
- National Carousel Association (NCA)
Dedicated to the art and preservation of the classic wooden carousel.
With pictures and information about roller coasters.
- Friends of the Paragon Carousel
Nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving carousels at their current location and restore them to their original beauty.
Featuring pictures, trip reports, information, and discussion boards.