2010 Best Theme Park Attraction: The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man vs. SeaWorld Orlando's Journey to Atlantis
Day Three of the 2010 Best Theme Park Attraction Tournament
continues with a first-round match-up from the Best Themed Ride bracket.
If you haven't been on both these rides, please click through to the attraction descriptions linked below, and read the comments, before voting.
1. The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man at Universal's Islands of Adventure
16. SeaWorld Orlando's Journey to Atlantis
Note that we are voting on the SeaWorld Orlando version of Journey to Atlantis and not the very different rides with the same name at the SeaWorld parks in San Diego and San Antonio.
Please tell us in the comments why you voted the way you did. And please consider subscribing to our Theme Park Insider Twitter feed for immediate notices when we open new match-ups for voting.
Next up: It's Tough to be a Bug! at Disney's Animal Kingdom vs. Carousel of Progress at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom
I feel sorry for Journey to Atlantis, it doesn't stand a chance...
JtA is a unique ride that has been allowed to fall into a pretty bad state, but in the end it's just a flume and coaster bolted together, albeit in an entertaining way.
Spiderman is just to good,the best ride at IOA.
Undoubtedly Spiderman. The best, and probably most unintentionally humorous part of Atlantis is the theme from Beetlejuice being the soundtrack for the exciting part.
I <3 Spider-Man!
JtA is fun, but spidey is the best theme park attraction in the country.
Minor complaint: The passthrough link for "Journey to Atlantis" is going to "Kraken", not "Journey to Atlantis"
Spidey is still the besst there is and JTA which was once a very good ride needs some work. No contest.
Spider-Man is by far and away the better attraction, but Journey to Atlantis still holds its weight and is great fun.
The Busch fans must be out in full force - 27% for Journey? Come on, really?
Atlantis is a really good ride. However, it is no contest when it is put against the greatest Universal attraction ever created.
This article has been archived and is no longer accepting comments.