After the closure of Hard Rock Park, Led Zeppelin – The Ride was renamed Time Machine when the park reopened for one-season under the new name Freestyle Music Park. The world's first rock 'n' roll theme park, Hard Rock Park introduced Led Zeppelin – The Ride. This rock 'n' roll themed roller coaster stood over 150-feet tall and featured a high fidelity on board audio system that played Led Zeppelin's hit single "Whole Lotta Love" while passengers were sent through a series of six inversions. Led Zeppelin – The Ride was a mix of classic rock 'n' roll and amusement ride thrills. Keeping with the theme, the loading station was designed to look like a giant zeppelin.
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Inversions: Vertical Loop, Cobra Roll, Zero-G Roll, Vertical Loop, Corkscrew
For more history, see: Time Machine
Opening date: April 15, 2008
Train has eight cars with one row each, seating four abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 54 inches tall
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