Revenge of the Mummy
Minimum height to ride: 48 inches
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You're on the set of a Brendan Fraser Mummy movie, where some crew members believe the script's "Curse of the Mummy" is all too real. Many of them wear the symbol of the Med-Jai, warriors who protect "the Creature'" from being found and raised from the dead. After getting this backstory in the queue, you're on to the ride, a roller coaster through what's supposedly a movie set of an ancient Egyptian tomb.
Once on board, you learn that all these mummies aren't just props -- they're other tourists who have been captured and mummified in this very real Mummy's lair. As you turn a corner, a partially wrapped crew member warns you to get out, but it's too late. The Mummy Imhotep appears and makes us an offer we can't refuse: Join him and receive vast riches, or refuse and face doom. Guess which one we're going to get? Hint: not the money. From there, you launch into a high-speed roller coaster ride through the tomb on the way to your escape. And just when you think that the ride is finally over... it isn't.
This is a very exciting roller coaster, making it one of my favorites. 9/10
Very good roller coAster. Probably best ride at usf
One of the best rides in Universal!
This ride is almost perfect if all the effects are working. I just can't find a time were they all are.
first and fore most. this is my favorite dark ride. it capture practice effects just perfectly, its thrilling when it needs to be, and tells a good story when needed. but like any ride it is not perfect. i do not believe in a perfect ride. i think any ride can better it self. the actual roller coaster part is the best part and doesn't need any changes. my problem is two things. its could be a little bit longer, and the launch isn't fast enough. had they made it accelerate as quick as the hulk it would be a perfect ride. and as of late the the ride has been back up where they only run one side which means they can only run one side on the exit causing workers to get back up and anywhere there are breaks they will hold the ride there and then move the car to the next area where you stop. and the hole ride it self gets backed up. so really the biggest problem with this ride is really there isn't enough people riding it. if more people rode it the lines wouldn't be that much longer cause they would be running both sides and the ride wouldnt get so backed up. never the less its the best dark ride out there. doesnt need loops to be thrilling. the hole scare of this ride is you dont know whats coming next. ill give it a 9.3 out of 10. must do.
The best roller coaster in Universal Orlando and proabably in Orlando, period. The theming, the humor in the queue, and the thrill level is unbeatable. It's also my favorite ride at USF, that's why I gave REVENGE OF THE MUMMY a 10/10, perfect score. I could ride this forever.
This is my girlfriend's favorite ride at Universal and it's really growing on me. I think we rode it 5 times in 4 days when we were in Orlando last month. It's such a great indoor roller coaster and so much fun. It far surpasses any roller coaster at Disney as well. I still think that I enjoy Dragon Challenge and Rip Rockit more, but for an indoor ride this one is great!
Far surpasses the USH version.
A unique coaster experience with all the thrills you could want short of inversions. Don't miss it. 9/10
A fantastic ride that does not get enough love when talking about the great rides at Universal! One of my favorite all-time rides.
While not the most exciting ride coaster-wise, Universal really upped their ante to make this ride as immersive and scary as possible.