Busch Gardens Williamsburg

Williamsburg, VA

All Photos by Fred Biedermann!

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The Loch Ness Monster was a beast when it first opened in 1978, and it still thrills today!  
One of only two coasters in the U.S. with interlocking loops.

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The first drop is 114 feet and the ride reaches speeds of 60MPH!

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The first successful Suspended coaster, The Big Bad Wolf, opened at Busch Gardens in 1984. 

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Escape from Pompeii is a well themed splashdown ride.  It contains some of the best fire effects I've seen!

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Drachen Fire is a multi-element looping coaster than ran for it's last season in 1998.

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In 1997, Busch Gardens opened Alpengiest, the world's largest inverted coaster themed as a runaway ski lift!

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Alpengiest maneuvers through the heart line spin just over the log flume!

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The Vertical Loop is the second inversion on Alpengiest!

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The snake-like Cobra Roll is one of the most intense parts of the ride!

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