Celebrate New Year's Day 2016 with 24 Hours of Orlando Roller Coasters

24 Hours of Orlando Roller Coasters on New Year's Day

Hold on tight! There are even more opportunities coming to Orlando in 2016 to fly on gravity-defying roller coasters, immerse yourself in fantasy and dive into uncharted adventures. Join us on social media on New Year's day for 24 Hours of Orlando Roller Coasters in celebration of all the fun and thrills you can enjoy in the theme park capital of the world.

Get your front row seat on Visit Orlando's Twitter and Facebook pages on New Year's Day, January 1, 2016 beginning at 1:00 a.m. Eastern time as we post photos and videos of an Orlando roller coaster every hour for 24 hours. 

Reasons to Celebrate in 2016
2016 is special reason to celebrate roller coasters in Orlando as we welcome the return of the Incredible Hulk Coaster at Universal Orlando and the brand new "hypercoaster" Mako at SeaWorld Orlando.

SEE ALSO: SeaWorld Orlando Unveils Details About New ‘Hypercoaster'

This summer, SeaWorld Orlando unveils their newest addition to their arsenal of roller coasters, Mako. The shark themed "hypercoaster" will reach heights of 200 feet (61 m) and hit top speeds of 73 mph (117.48 km/h) on a nearly mile long track.

The famous Incredible Hulk Coaster at Universal's Islands of Adventure temporarily closed in September, 2015 but is expected to roar back to life this summer with all new enhancements to its storyline, ride vehicles and overall ride experience.

Want even more roller coaster fun in Orlando? Take a joy ride with us to experience the intensity and thrills of Orlando's biggest and baddest roller coasters and thrill attractions -- POV style.

Visit Orlando is an official seller of discounted tickets to Orlando theme parks, attractions, sporting events and dinner shows. Save time and money on your visit to Orlando.

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