Disney Hollywood Studios Rock -n- Roller Coaster
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The Rock-N-Roller Coast is one of the best thrill rides at any of the Disney World Theme Parks. The scariest part of this roller coaster is the beginning where guests are launched forward to a speed of 60 miles per hour in under 2.8 seconds. It is followed by a half a mile of loops, twist and corkscrew turn. All the while over 125 speakers will rock your world with Aerosmith tunes. If you like thrill rides this Roller Coaster is Amazing! This ride last 1 minute 22 seconds.
There is a 48" height requirement for this ride.
||Most young children cannot reach the height requirement.
||Even if the child is tall enough to reach the height requirement, this is not a good roller coaster for beginners. In addition to the upside down manuvuers the launch at the beginning is quite intense.
||Many pre-teens, teens, and adults consider this to be one of the best rides at Walt Disney World.
||Great fun for those who enjoy intense roller coasters.
When to Go
Rock 'n Roller Coaster should be visited first thing in the morning and in the last hour the park is open to avoid the longest lines. During the middle of the day the average wait time is between 65 and 80 minutes.
Single Rider Line
A third option presented at Rock 'n Roller Coaster is the single rider line. Guests in the single rider line fill up the extra seats that are left over from the stand-by and FASTPASS lines. Because of this, riders are seperated from their group and sit with strangers. This option can cut your wait time in half, but be prepared to be split up.
Rock 'n Roller Coaster and Twilight Zone Tower of Terror are the two most valueable FASTPASS attractions in Hollywood Studios. Pick up a FASTPASS early as Rock 'n Roller Coaster can be out of FASTPASS as quickly as by early afternoon.
- The name of the fictious record company in the attraction is G-Force Records who are "turning the recording industry upside-down.
- Creators originally wanted the Rolling Stones but settled on Aerosmith after they were unhappy with the amount of money the Rolling Stones wanted.
- Each roller coaster train features a unique mix of Aerosmith tunes.
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