Last day to ride Python at Busch Gardens Africa
Written by Robert Niles
The first "upside-down" roller coaster I ever rode is closing for good today.Tweet
Busch Gardens Africa, in Tampa, Fla., has declared that Halloween will be the final day of operation for Python, an Arrow corkscrew coaster that long ago deteriorated into an object of derision for TPI's roller coaster fans.
But if you want one more twirl, for old time's sake, you need to get on today. BGA is tearing down the coaster to make room for a planned (but as yet unannounced) African-themed village and animal exhibit, which should open in 2008.
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