The Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster at Disney’s Hollywood Studios has reopened. After being able to ride, we saw some pretty significant changes.
The Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster, which takes riders in a “stretch limo” from 0 to 60 in a matter of seconds, is a popular attraction.
We announced that Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster would start a protracted refurbishment back in December. The start of this was supposed to be on February 20, but there was a brief delay.
A precise reopening date was not provided by Disney. However, it is anticipated that the closure will last through the summer of 2023.
What, then, was different about Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster? For starters, we observed that the wheels and the restraints both feel and look brand-new. The ride was much smoother as a result.
The signs in the ride are also much more colorful. The darker ride is entirely indoors, making the more vibrant neon signs look even brighter.
Aerosmith, what about them? There were some rumors going around that suggested Disney might want to change the ride’s theme. The attraction still heavily relies on Aerosmith. They were on the posters, as can be seen above.
The autographed poster at the exit, however, is no longer there. We don’t know if or when the poster will reappear.
Disney seems to have concentrated primarily on refurbishing the wheels and restraints, but a few minor details were also observed.
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