In 2013, TIME magazine named The Voyage the top wooden roller coaster in the nation! This relentless coaster is an air-time machine, with riders experiencing a feeling of weightlessness for a total of 24.3 seconds. It takes the traditional out-and-back layout to the edge of insanity, with one of the steepest drops on any wooden roller coaster in the world. The Voyage is 1.2 miles long, placing it among the planet’s top two longest wooden coasters. The Voyage also has three sections of extreme, 90-degree banking. We carved out five underground tunnels for this coaster, which is a world record. And some of those tunnels are wide enough that we roar through them twice, creating a total of eight “underground moments,” one of which includes an unforgettable “triple-down” feature. The Pilgrims never had it so good! Set sail over to our HoliBlog to check out these stories, videos and photos about The Voyage.

Tips For Your Visit

  • Work your way up by riding The Raven first, then The Legend and finally The Voyage.
  • Wait times tend to be longer for the front or back seats.
  • Wait till the afternoon to ride, as lines are shortest then.
  • Catch the best view of the ride from the Thanksgiving plaza.
  • Don’t forget to leave any loose items you wish to keep, including those in your pockets – especially cell phones and keys – in the designated area of the station so the seas don’t toss them overboard.
  • For a smoother ride with a view, take a front seat.  If more air time is what you’re after, head toward the back of the train.
  • Don’t forget to check your photo!
  • This attraction is not recommended for Guests who have high blood pressure, a back or neck condition, recent surgery, injury, or illness, are pregnant, prone to motion sickness or dizziness, have a heart condition, fear of heights, or are sensitive to strobe lights.
  • Guests with an arm cast must be seated on the side of the car that keeps the cast away from the adjacent rider.
  • Want more? There are lot more stories, videos and photos about The Voyage here on our HoliBlog.