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tabbycat's avatar

What is your favorite amusement park ride?

Asked by tabbycat (1803points) August 15th, 2008
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17 Answers

iwamoto's avatar

i really like the Goliath, hands up ofcourse :)

ladytmerie's avatar

Oh I love Goliath, especially the first drop!! My favorite all time ride is Space Mountain.

Magnus's avatar

In Norway, that’s where I’m from!


jlm11f's avatar

Dragster from Cedar Point.

Seesul's avatar

Soarin’ (Over California) @ Disney’s California Adventure and Epcot (I want one in my house), followed closely by Indiana Jones Adventure @ Disneyland.

Judi's avatar

I really liked Fire and Ice at Busch Gardens in Tampa.

Indy318's avatar

Batman and Nitro at Six Flags in NJ. I still don’t pocess the balls to ride King Da Ka.

Judi's avatar

I really like Aerosmith Rockin’ rollercoaster in Disneyworld too. I wish they would bring it to California!

Mr_M's avatar

The PARK BENCH they have for the people who aren’t crazy enough to go on any rides!

mee_ouch's avatar

The Scrambler!!!!! It’s one of the very few I don’t get the ‘dry heaves’ from!

tinyfaery's avatar

Space Mountain!!!

@mee_ouch I love the scrambler.

AstroChuck's avatar

The Giant Dipper at Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk is the best. A close second is the Matterhorn Bobsleds at Disneyland, that is if you’re riding them at night.

peedub's avatar

Peter Pan ride.

loser's avatar

I like the bench with beer & cigarette ride!

Seesul's avatar

@peedub: When I took my son to Dland this past March (he’s in his early 20’s), we have a tradition of going on all of the Fantasyland rides the last night during the parade (when the lines are short). For the first time, he told me that for years Peter Pen scared him because of how it launches off and hangs by the sail. I remember it scared me as well, but the sky and the paintings inside took away that initial fright, as well as having my dad, next to me to give me security. That’s the difference in the Disney kiddie rides, an adult can go with you and give you courage.

That’s what Disney had in mind in the first place. He was tired of watching his daughter go on rides, rather than being able to go along with her.

peedub's avatar

Well said. I particularly like the room with all the stars.

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