Roller Coasters in Disney World

There are only eight roller coasters in Disney World. That number may surprise you.

However, we are talking about something more than just a roller coaster. The rides at Disney World really are not like anywhere else.

They have themes and stories that immerse you in an experience. Not just a roller coaster ride.

Space Mountain (Magic Kingdom)

The scariest part is that it’s in near-pitch-black darkness, meaning you can’t see where you’re going to go next.

Seven Dwarfs Mine Train (Magic Kingdom)

The swinging mine cart is a very unique ride vehicle and it offers a lot of thrills as you swing around the twists and turns of the track.

Big Thunder Mountain Railroad (Magic Kingdom)

You’ll go into the abandoned mines, speed through a ghost town, and even ride through a giant dinosaur fossil.

Slinky Dog Dash (Hollywood Studios)

The story of the attraction is that Andy has built a massive “Mega Coaster Play Kit” in his backyard. You’re shrunk down to the size of the toy, so small everyday items, such as a pencil, now tower over you.

Expedition Everest (Animal Kingdom)

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Expedition Everest ride is filled with atmosphere. In the queue, you get eerie glimpses of Everest towering in the distance, building up the tension.

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