“Can we do it again? Right now?”- That was my 9 year old son’s reaction after his first ride on Rock ‘N’ Roller Coaster. It was exactly what I said after my first ride years ago. This FAST roller coaster opened in 1999 at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and is located next to Tower of Terror on Sunset Boulevard.
If you know me, you know I love music – so I love that music is the first thing you’ll notice when approaching this attraction. Aerosmith music plays outside and almost forces you to sing out loud (Admit it!) as you walk toward the BIGGEST guitar imaginable. After waiting in the shaded, outdoor queue line, you’ll notice posters on the lobby walls of real talent signed to record labels owned by The Walt Disney Company. Kids love pointing out their favorite artists while they wait! From here, you will enter the recording studio where Aerosmith is not quite finished with a session…but it will have to wait- They are late for a concert! Don’t worry, Steven Tyler wants you to meet them there…so he sends his fastest limo. The rest is…CRAZINESS!
Upon getting into the “limo”, you can already feel your adrenaline rushing. The limo slowly approaches a tunnel and waits for the green light to go. No matter how many times you ride this coaster, you will always feel that anticipation waiting for the red light to turn green. When it does, you’re sent on an awesome, upside down, corkscrew highway (modeled after LA Freeways) complete with an Aerosmith soundtrack (5 speakers per seat!). Your limo will go from 0 to 57 mph in 2.8 seconds. But you will love it… I promise! When your limo finally delivers you to the red carpet, you’ll have experienced the 2nd fastest attraction at Walt Disney World (aside from Test Track) and you’ll want to do it again, and again, and again…
There are fun Hidden Mickey’s to be found all around this attraction area; in the pre-show, the limos and the track itself. See how many you can find – but you must be 4 feet tall to ride!
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