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Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Premier Rides reveal Loch Ness Monster revamp

At the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) Expo returns to the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Busch Gardens Williamsburg shared new details on the Loch Ness Monster coaster revamp.


Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Premier Rides reveal Loch Ness Monster revamp

The "Legend Lives On," promises Busch Gardens and Premier Rides as they unveil plans for a transformation of Busch Gardens’ iconic Loch Ness Monster, originally built by Arrow Dynamics in 1978.


While work is swiftly being done in removing the ride’s original track of the roller coaster in Williamsburg, Premier Rides president Jim Shay thanks SeaWorld for trusting Premier Rides with this project.


“With almost a thousand feed of new track on this ride, we are excited about that,” says Shay, whose company will be replacing the historic ride’s entire track.


Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Premier Rides reveal Loch Ness Monster revamp

Jeff Hornick, vice president of attraction design and development of SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, says the transformed roller coaster will debut in 2024.


“At Busch Gardens Williamsburg, Loch Ness Monster: The Legend Lives On will debut as a completely revitalized experienced with thrilling new elements and really cool innovative new experiences inside the cave,” says Hornick.


Hornick commits to an “amped up” experience with new technology for a ride that he knows “holds a special place in the hearts of so many of our fans.”



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