Experience the twists of the Python, one of the world's first inverting roller coasters. This thrilling steel coaster will make you scream through a double spiraling corkscrew and an intense 70-foot plunge.
After 30 years, Python ended its run at Busch Gardens on October 31, 2006. The coaster will be removed to make room for a future expansion.
See related: Python Pictures
Inversions: Double Corkscrew
October 31, 2006 – Final day of operation for the Python roller coaster.
Opening date: July 1, 1976
Train has six cars with two rows each, seating two abreast per row.
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