Universal Studios Hollywood creates a heavily themed, immersive experience while riding a high-tech, state-of-the-art steel roller coaster. Revenge of the Mummy The Ride is a launched, multielment, indoor steel roller coaster that takes riders on a wild ride themed after The Mummy movies. Several dark ride style rooms begin the story before the trains escape a Mummy attack by being launched into complete darkness. Here you experience a series of dips and high-speed turns before coming to a sudden stop. After another Mummy encounter the trains are launched again, this time backwards through darkness before entering the final show room. A unique rotating turntable reverses the trains direction before returning to the loading station.
|2004||Steel||Launched Indoor||Premier Rides|
Indoor Roller Coaster
Features: Three separate launches; Onboard audio system
Fact: Revenge of the Mummy travels both forwards and backwards and has a rotating turntable near the end that reverses the direction of the train.
2007 – Updated special effects were added.
Opening date: June 25, 2004
Estimated cost: $40 million
Train has four cars with one row each, seating four abreast per row.
Height requirement: Riders must be at least 48 inches tall
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