Vote of the week: Do theme parks need roller coasters?
Written by Robert Niles
Does the sight of twisty, curved steel track set your heart pumping with excitement, or does make you scroll, click or walk away in boredom?Tweet
Roller coaster heaven in Williamsburg, Virginia
Are you the type of person who considers roller coasters the heart of a theme park, or do you think them a mark of a lesser "amusement" park, one that lacks the highly-themed, compelling narrative attractions you love?
Disneyland's Haunted Mansion. Highly themed, hugely popular, and most definitely not a roller coaster.
How essential is having a roller coaster to ride to your enjoyment of a theme park? That's my question for you this week. Is it essential, or a turn-off? Is it a nice addition - just another type of ride? Or do you not care one way or the other?
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