Rock n' Roller Coaster
Minimum height to ride: 48 inches
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An indoor coaster from roller coaster manufacturer Vekoma features on-board music from the band Aerosmith. You venture into the G-Force Records building, where you’ll find the members of Aerosmith in a practice session. The band needs to leave for a concert across town, so they summon a “Super-Stretch Limo” to bring you along. The “limo” is your coaster train, which will launch from zero-to-60mph in 2.8 seconds, on its way through a twisting, looping “drive” to the concert, which plays on TV monitors in the gift shop you’ll exit through. Coaster fans: This is the only roller coaster at the Walt Disney World Resort that goes upside down.
This is likely Disney's most thrilling roller coaster in the US with a great beginning launch and 3 inversions. It wouldn't really be that much fun without the music however. The music makes the ride and adds much more excitement. As an Aerosmith fan, I'm always enjoying the music. The theming is heavy in the preshow and loading area and looks great, but there is barely any on the ride other than some charming blacklights (although they don't look very good). It is, at its core, just a pretty generic roller coater, but Disney did enough to it to make it a Disney parks' roller coaster. 8/10
This is an excellent ride. It's intense at the beginning, but as the ride goes on, it's still fun. It is very smooth and the corkscrews don't rattle you so much (unlike the Corkscrew at Cedar Point). I take off only a half point, because I think it should be a bit longer, but it's still... Rating: (9.5/10)
Buckle up because this is a fast and an amazing Roller-Coaster. Perfecting theming with a fast and an excellent ride experience rounds up Rock n' Roller Coaster! 9/10
Rock n' Roller Coaster is an excellent ride! It's thrilling, the queue is great, and the pre-show is neat. The launch is awesome; the best part of the ride. While riding, you should probably try to keep your eyes open because of all the neon modern-type signs inside. They're fun and make you feel like you're actually on a highway. Really the only negative about this attraction would be the wait line, which is usually 50+ mins, so be prepared. If you can, you should probably make this ride one of your FastPasses. Other than that, a great ride and a definite "must-do" at DHS!
Absolutely love this ride and I personally think that this one is better than the one at walt disney studios park
An amazing coaster and fun from start-to-finish, but the launch sequence amounts to a ride in and of itself. I would like to have seen more theming inside the ride, which is largely dark, but the in-car sound system and freeway signs flying close by overhead still create a good environment. The best thing at Disney Studios, don't miss it.
The best way to get thrills at all of disney. Good theming and a fantastic launch make up for the relative brevity of the ride. 9/10
One of Disney's best roller coasters! 10/10
I enjoy the ride. It would give the ride a solid 10/10 if it wasn't for how much I hate rides that go 0 to 60, it's not fun, painful and it makes you dread the start of the ride. I still love the rest of the ride and the theme of Rock n Roll reminds me of the movie Almost Famous. I give it a 9/10
the best part of hollywood studios is getting the adrenaline rush at the begining of rocknrollercoaster
My favorite ride in all the world all my family loved it
My whole family loves it and I love it ! Great theming 10/10
This ride is a blast. The launch and the first seconds of this ride are very thrilling. The theming (Los Angeles and a recording studio) is very well done as well. The Aerosmith soundtrack is also a positive aspect of this ride. This is Disney World's wildest ride and also one of the more popular ones. Faspass is a must most of the time but whatever you do, don't miss this one.
This was fun! I could have done without the Aerosmith in the studio portion as that was silly. The coaster is excellent, however.