Universal Rides that Cause Motion SicknessWe all want to have fun, but here are some rides at Universal parks that may trigger motion sickness.
The Top Ten
It's the ugly 3D animation that motion sickness, nobody ever had problems with Back to the Future: The Ride.
Although it may be charming, this ride is notorious for motion sickness, that many people come off sick and swear never to ride again.
After all, it is a simulator, and they tend to cause/aggravate motion sickness.
And this one does a prolific job at doing that.
So take the warnings seriously. - Gregory
The best ride ranked at Universal.
Highly immersive and magical, but despite that, it's gotten quite a bad rap on motion sickness.
Many people were vomiting, so pay serious attention to the warnings. - Gregory
Since it's a simulator, it's gotten a reputation on motion sickness, and it simulates crazy daring climbs and dives with Spiderman.
It's a thrilling, and nauseating, ride you soon won't forget. - Gregory
Like all simulators, this ride gets a lot of people sick, though not as much as some other simulators. - Gregory
It's both a roller coaster and a dark ride and a simulator, so for all those reasons combined, it can make many guests sick.
So pay attention to the warnings seriously. - Gregory
It's a roller coaster, and it's intense.
It's the world's longest flying coaster and it features crazy inversions that will blow your mind and maybe make you sick (if you're prone to motion sickness).
So pay serious attention to the warnings. - Gregory
One of the most famous roller coasters in Florida, this ride packs a punch and launches riders from its gamma force tube and winds through the track, going 67 mph and hitting 7 inversions, all of which are sure to leave motion sick people sick and vomiting. - Gregory
It's the only duel-tracked coaster at Universal now (since they closed Dragon Challenge in September 2017).
There are 2 tracks, the Cylon and Human.
The Cylon is an inverted coaster, where guests hang underneath the track, while the human is the typical sit-down coaster.
Both are thrilling and sure to make prone people sick, so take the warnings seriously. - Gregory
A roller coaster where riders select songs and ride up the 90 degree lift and go down a 90 degree dive and twist their way through the land at 65 mph on a rip riding adventure.
The lift and drops and turns are sure to leave weak-stomached people nauseous.
Plus, the ride is rough, so there's a lot of jostling, which will also aggravate motion sickness. - Gregory
A drop tower ride featuring 2 drop towers.
Guests choose their tower and wait for the ride to start.
Not knowing when it'll start raises the anxiety levels high and when it happens, you shoot up and then go back down, and the process repeats itself, though it dies down throughout the ride.
The launches and drops are sure to leave motion sickness prone people sick. - Gregory
I rode this at Universal Hollywood and I didn't get sick
Another motion simulator, but this one is even worse than the others.