Terrific Tuesdays: Rock n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith

On a recent trip to Walt Disney world, I was unable to get Fast Passes for Rock n’ Roller Coaster, which was a disappointment for our 12 year old grandson. Unfortunately because of the tier passes, I had the choice of Toy Story Mania or Rock n’ Roller Coaster. Yep – I took Toy Story Mania instead because of the 4 year old with us. 

To help with the disappointment, I suggest Papaw and Braydon catch the bus early – make a quick run to the Rock n’ Roller Coaster as soon as the rope dropped and with fingers-crossed, they could get the ride in before it got too crowded!

They were up, dressed and caught the first bus to Hollywood Studios! Winner! Not only were they one of the first ones on the ride, when they exited afterward, there was less than 10 minutes wait! So, awesome – they rode a 2nd time!

Not only was this a great start, since this was our first day, our first park – our grandson then announced that Rock n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith was the BEST RIDE EVER!

Everyone I meet who are thrill junkies, say Rock n’ Roller Coaster is one of the best, mainly due to it catapulting you into the ride rather than climbing the long chain-driven track to the top and the letting gravity take you. I, personally am not a fan of roller coasters – period, but anyone that ride Rock n’ Roller Coaster loves it!

Are you a Rock n’ Roller Coaster fan?

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Debbie and her husband live in Collegedale, TN where her youngest son is going to college. She is a huge Disney fan who dreams of someday retiring and working as a tour guide at Walt Disney World. She has enjoyed many trips to WDW with children, grandchildren and sometimes adults only. It is her ultimate goal to make sure everyone who visits WDW has the same magical time that she enjoys every time she visits.

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2 Responses to Terrific Tuesdays: Rock n’ Roller Coaster Starring Aerosmith

  1. Shepard C Willner says:

    No, I’m not a roller coaster fan at all, because I had problems dealing with roller coasters when I was a kid: the coaster would go so fast on a curve, and my glasses nearly fell off my face. I was also scared of heights in open places along with being upside down, so when the coaster reached the first hill, and you’re in front, that’s one heck of a drop! No fun. I prefer log flume rides: they’re gentler, and if it’s a hot day, you’ll get to cool off when the flume’s coaster dives down that last part into the water! My first time in years boarding a coaster was the Encounter with the Yeti at Animal Kingdom park a couple years ago. Thankfully, that coaster didn’t feature curves that made me upside down, and I actually liked it! Would I go again? Heck, yes! Would I go on Space Mountain? The jury’s out on that ride. But I would do the Mine Ride, Splash Mountain, along with Big Thunder Railroad the next time
    I visit the Magic Kingdom. Of course, I’ll make sure I’ll have eaten lunch after the rides to ensure I don’t upchuck my meal during the rides.

    • Debbie Bolen says:

      I’m with you Shepard! I am not a roller coaster fan at all. I have ridden them, screaming my head off, but I’ll stay with Splash Mountain or Big Thunder as my “roller-coaster” rides. I’m not a fan of Space Mountain either! The very first time I road Rock-n-Roller Coaster, I didn’t yell and I was sick to my stomach the rest of the day. I must have been white when I came off of it, since the cast member asked if I was okay. My knees gave way at that point! I have conquered the (3) mountains since then so therefore I see absolutely NO reason to ride them again! Glad there are other rides you enjoy while in Walt Disney World! Big Thunder, Splash Mountain and Sever-Dwarfs are great rides for those of us that do not like to go upside down!
      Thanks for the response!

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