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Mom And Son Spaceship Earth
  • On Jun 13, 2008
    Stacey from WI Asked

    I love roller coasters/fast rides, but due to a blood pressure thing I cannot go upside down anymore! Are there any rides I will need to avoid? Thanks much!

    There is only one ride at WDW that goes upside down -- the Rock 'n Roller Coaster at Disney's Hollywood Studios. Expedition Everest has a veeery steeeep drop, but no upside down parts. And Tower of Terror at DHS is also a quick drop, but there is no inversion. The one other thing I might caution you about is Mission Space at Epcot. Again, you're not going upside down on this one, but there are some fairly quick changes in orientation. That, combined with the spinning on the Orange version (for more on this click here) could be challenging for anyone. There are numerous posted warning statements outside the queue to Mission Space. I would encourage you to read them carefully before you decide whether to ride.
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