Kilimanjaro Safaris; Animal Kingdom; AA
  • On Jul 5, 2012
    Barbara from KY Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    what is a better thrill ride, Rockin Roller coaster or tower of terror


    Seriously, they're two different types of rides so I'd find it very hard to choose one over the other. Tower of Terror is a bit of a psychological thriller. It's based on the classic Twilight Zone television program, so there is a back story to the ride which adds to the fun. I've witnessed lots of passengers get themselves mentally psyched out before they even set foot in an elevator car! And of course once you do, the ride itself is a blast. Your bum is pretty much guaranteed to come up out of your seat on the free falls, which is a great sensation!

    Rock N Roller Coaster, on the other hand, is all about the speed. Aerosmith's greatest hits blasting in your ears as you hit 60 mph in mere seconds - what more is there to say? Unless it's a description of the twists, turns, inversions, and corkscrews, of course...and all in the dark! It's a real thrill, and definitely the most intense coaster that WDW has to offer.

    Lucky for you, these two awesome rides are in the same park, and right next to one another, so you should have no trouble finding time to enjoy them both. Maybe you will be able to pick a favorite better than I can!

    Enjoy your time in Hollywood Studios!
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