Thrill seekers are in for a treat this year, as nearly every major theme park in the country has big plans for 2020. Here are just some of the proposed rides and attractions on deck.
Mickey and Minnie’s Runaway Railway (Disney World)
Set to open in March at Hollywood Studios, this train ride is designed for all ages. But, it still promises thrills for kids and grown-ups alike. It’s also the very first Mickey-themed ride-through attraction at any Disney park.
Ice Breaker (SeaWorld Orlando)
Boasting the steepest vertical drop on any ride in the entire state of Florida (93 feet), this cool coaster also features backward and forwards launches.
This massive complex will house a variety of attractions and rides dedicated to the beloved comic characters, including the Worldwide Engineering Brigade, and Pym Test Kitchen. And, of course, the Avengers Headquarters.
This brand new coaster will hold the title of the World’s Fastest Multi-Launch Coaster. It’s packed with crazy twists and turns, plus five air-time hills and a 95-degree drop.
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Forget just one attraction—LEGO is opening an entire park in New York. With more than 50 rides, attractions, and shows like Bricktopia, Miniland, and Lego Ninjago world, you’ll want to plan on a multi-day visit.
Not to be outdone by Disney, Busch Gardens will be unveiling their very own crocodile-themed coaster this year. It includes three inversions and 12 airtime experiences and will reach speeds of 76 miles per hour.
Satisfy your sweet tooth and your need for speed this summer with Candymonium, a 210-foot-tall dessert-themed steel hypercoaster at Hersheypark with seven camelback hills.
An old-fashioned wooden coaster setting records in 2020? Sure, why not. The Texas Stingray will be the tallest, fastest, and longest coaster in the state upon its opening in the spring, weaving in 15 airtime hills.