Apollo's Chariot

Theme Park Insider Reader Rating: 9 out of 10

Roller coaster
Minimum height to ride: 52 inches

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Born of myth and imagination, Apollo's Chariot soared high up on the list of favorite coasters when it debuted--and hasn't come down since.

While it's consistently ranked as one of the top 10 steel coasters in the world, few rides come close to the experience waiting for you here.

Like the Olympian sun god, Apollo's Chariot races toward daring heights, only to dazzle riders on the way back down with one of the smoothest, fastest trails ever blazed.

From mind-bending 4G climbs to the weightless wonder of floating airtime, you'll see what has kept coaster enthusiasts coming back for more year after year--and why Apollo's Chariot reigns as one of the mightiest coasters of all time.

Minimum Height Requirement
Apollo's Chariot 52"


If you want the best "floaty" air time of any roller coaster ever, sit in row 5. Dead center of the train. You WILL feel weightless. It's amazing! But if you want "ejector-seat" air time, sit in the back two rows.
Most coasters I would say that closer to the front is better. This is an example where the back is much better! The layout is excellent, the helixes are a lot of fun and it has a comfortable train. There is some airtime, but not as much that you would expect from a B&M Hypercoaster. Just watch out for geese and you will be fine! Rating: (9.5/10)
Love it!
A very fun coaster that is extremely smooth and has some of the most comfortable restraints I ever felt. B&M have not disappointed, but unlike most reviewers, I did not notice any air time. Nonetheless, a good ride.
This is a great Mega coaster. A B&M gem that is a long ride with plenty of drops and lots of air time. Not a bad seat on this coaster.

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