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What are the wildest rides at Walt Disney World?

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2009-10-17 16:03:20
2009-10-17 16:03:20

When most of us go to Walt Disney World, we worry if the kids are ok with the rides, not the adults. But many, many adults have tossed their cookies on some of these rides:

At Magic Kingdom: Space Mountain, Mad Tea Party, Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, and Splash Mountain.

At Epcot: Test Track, Mission: Space

At Disney MGM Studios: The Tower of Terror, Rock 'n' Roller Coaster, Star Tours

At Animal Kingdom: Expedition Everest

What affects one person may be perfectly comfortable for another. For example, the abrupt drop in the dark in Splash Mountain scares many people who would be fine with it in the daylight. The relatively innocuous Mad Teacups are famous for inducing motion sickness in people of all ages. The freefall in the Tower of Terror unnerves some people and thrills others. Know your own limits, and consider wearing a motion sickness patch (purchase beforehand; it can be hard to find in the park).

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