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Manhattan Express

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3790 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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(702) 740-6969
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I was looking forward to riding this perhaps more than the rest of my Vegas trip in its entirety. What a disappointment. I've ridden roller coasters and other amusement attracti...

Looks better than it rides 11/18/2006

The Manhattan Express is a cool looking coaster from the street. I love the way it looks as it swooshes past the buildings on the NYNY. Unfortunately, riding the ME leaves a lot to be desired. First, the cars are extremely stiff and uncomfortable. The restraints take a lot of the fun out of the experience. The ride itself starts well enough, but gets painful and kind of boring toward the end. (Consider that I can ride the Desperado at Buffalo Bill's, and I'm calling *this* ride uncomfortable.) Finally, it's expensive to ride. When the car comes in, they sometimes offer a second ride for a discount. I think I usually take it, because it makes me think I spent less on the ride by averaging the two. Pros: Looks great Cons: Cars uncomfortable, pricey more

An experience I'll never repeat 11/3/2003

I was looking forward to riding this perhaps more than the rest of my Vegas trip in its entirety. What a disappointment. I've ridden roller coasters and other amusement attractions from coast to coast since I was 12, and not until this has a ride physically hurt me. Uncomfortable restraints and seats are very unforgiving on this unnecessarily rough and jostling ride. If you feel you MUST ride it, try to get a coupon to lower the price of admission--it certainly wasn't worth the $12 I paid. This attraction is the only blemish on an otherwise fantastic Vegas property. Pros: short lines Cons: uncomfortable cars more
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Editorial

  • In Short
    This coaster's dramatic roll, tuck and dive section of track simulates the jet-fighter barrel-roll maneuver made famous by Tom Cruise in "Top Gun." Riders experience the disorientation brought on by negative G-forces. The coaster, which tops out with a 20-story initial inertial drop, also features a standard 90-degree loop, as well as the ubiquitous photo-while-riding that captures the screaming riders at their tossed-about finest.

  • 1/30/2007 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Hours:

    Sun-Thu 11am-11pm Fri-Sat 10:30am-12am
  • Payments:

    Cash
  • Neighborhoods:

    Paradise

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