Spinning Dragons reviews
Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Spinning Dragons, a roller coaster at Worlds of Fun. (The minimum height to ride is 43 inches.)
Written by James Rao
A Gerstlauer spinning coaster.
Under 48" may ride with an adult companion (43" minimum).
It's fun and great for kids but lines are toooo long 8/10 - Owen Scott
Surprisingly forceful at times and actually offers a bit of airtime. As mentioned, very long waits. It is fun but we only go on the ride about half of our visits, the other times we choose to skip it because it simply is not worth it when other (better)coasters are available with no wait times. (8/10) - Lexi R
MUST at Haunt but otherwise skip it. - Zachery Macha
Typical spinning coaster, similar to the Big Spin/Pandemonium coasters found at several Six Flags parks. If you can get the spinning action working, this coaster is pretty fun. It is also a ride that benefits mightily from darkness, so be sure to ride it at night. Please note: despite having up to five cars running at one time, Spinning Dragons is a notoriously slow loading attraction (probably because it is the only non-kiddie coaster in the park accessible to children under 48" tall). - James Rao
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