Top 10 Theme Park Attractions that Closed Way Too SoonThis is a list of roller coasters and dark rides that closed way too soon.
The Top Ten Theme Park Attractions that Closed Way Too Soon
Universal's biggest mistake ever. - railfan99
Should have lasted a lot longer than just 15 years.
Should have never closed down the original.
You may remember me mentioning this in my list of worst Disney attraction refurbishments. Basically they took one of their best and fan favorite rides and turned it into complete garbage. - railfan99
Well, Guardians of the Galaxy WILL be relevant for longer than The Twilight Zone was. - Extractinator04
Rocket Rods was worse than the Star Wars prequels.
This could have easily stood the test of time in California if not for selfish Eisner.
Old one was in Blackpool Pleasure Beach sadly gone now.
Six Flags Great Adventure in NJ also has a Skyway ride similar to the ones at Disney
If you've been on the Skyride at Busch Gardens Tampa, that's basically what this was. - railfan99
A classic gone too soon. - railfan99
My dad loved this ride, even though it was extremely rough. - railfan99
Could have been regularly updated just like with Spaceship Earth. Just imagine what celebrities could have been used as narrators for future incarnations of this ride!
@railfan99, Mission SPACE was fun
Replaced with Mission: SPACE, a ride that has injured a lot of people. - railfan99
I really wish this lasted longer than just 8 years.
Closing down Universe of Energy was NOT a mistake! But replacing Alien Encounter with Stitch’s Great Escape was.
Closing this to make way for a Jurassic World ride is one of Universal's biggest mistake. - DinoLover4242
Why is Universe of Energy even here? If anything, UoE closed too late. WAY too late.
SUPERSTAR LIMO SUCKED!
The closure had a lot a controversy, causing a lot of protesting, campaign websites, and even the big hatred on Michael Eisner! Although Pooh wasn’t a bad replacement
It was a fan favorite, but was sadly closed to make way for Guardians of the Galaxy roller coaster, which is Walt Disney World's biggest mistake. - DinoLover4242