|The Best at Disney World
The Tower Of Terror
The Tower OF Terror also known as The Hollywood Tower Hotel, contains a High Speed Drop. You must be free from heart condition, neck condition or back condition and no expectant mothers can ride. Hight Requirements are 40 inches. This ride opened July 22, 1995, This is in the setting of Hollywood is the 1930's.
Welcome to Kevin's Unofficial Twilight Zone Tower of Terror Site
Splash Mountain Opened on July 17 1992 in the Magic Kingdom. Drop height 52.5ft. Average speed 12mph. Ride length 2,863ft. The approximate ride time is 11 minutes. There is a small weasel who pops out from the ceiling and exclaims "FSU" , an imagineer put him there , the FSU stands for "Florida State University". Splash flume holds roughly 965,000 gallons of water. There is a Fred Flinstone head in the side of the mountain , to see this you have to stand at the exit of Big Thunder Mountain Railroad and look over towards Splash Mountain. It's Really Cool. For More facts go to the site underneath this.
Welcome to Fantasmic's Splashmountain page
Must be 48 inches tall to ride. No expectant mothers. Must be in good health.
Location: Disney-MGM Studios (on Sunset Boulevard near the Tower of Terror)
Height requirement: 48 inches
Pre-Show: 2 minutes
Ride: 2.5 minutes
Ride Inversions: 2 loops and 1 corkscrew
Rating: 4 out of 4 stars
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Rock 'N' Roller Coaster
Have you ever had a chance and take a really good look at the MGM Studios map....UP SIDE DOWN??? Well here is your Chance. Look at the picture to the left, before reading on...Do you see anything...THAT'S RIIIGHT!! A MICKEY MOUSE HEAD....Cool HUH??? The map..Up side down.
- first roller-coaster ride to occur in perppetual darkness
- originally called SpacePort, going to be aanchor of 1967 Tomorrowland at Disneyland
- Hench and resident Disney sculptor Mitsu ccame up with dramatic styling for SpacePort (see images section on the Anaheim page)
- in June of 1966 became known as Space Mounntain, put on indefinite hold
- constructed 15 feet under ground
- 2 tracks of WDW reduced to one to conservee space in 200-foot wide building at Anaheim
- 31 Rocket Trains that run in Orlando 1-16 (no Train 13) that run on A side (That's to the left as you pass the tower) and 17-31 on B side. The drop on both sides is a 35 ft drop.
Go My Second Page!!!!! CLICK HERE.