SUPERMAN: Tower of Power
We’re Not So Sure Even SUPERMAN Could Handle This Height.
Sure, he can leap over tall buildings, but what about this?! Standing at 325 feet in the air, this mind-blowingly massive steel tower is not only the highest structure in the park, it is one of the highest drop tower rides in the world. Well here’s your chance fly like SUPERMAN and show the world you can handle taking the ultimate leap.
The three-legged tower is so sky-scratchingly tall, you’ll earn the respect of a superhero just for daring to ride it.
The Tower’s high tech brain will then measure the exact amount of air pressure and thrust it’ll need to get you personally up to the top. But before you even say the words “space shot” you will be launched like a speeding bullet straight up to the top of the tower. You’ll be hoisted up 32 stories in the air as the people below you grow further and further away. When you look down, all you’ll see are your feet dangling in the air and the sheer drop of 325 feet straight beneath you.
As you crest the top, enjoy your free moment of weightlessness and the overview of the park. But don’t get too used to floating like SUPERMAN in the upper atmosphere, because it’s time to do what a drop tower does best – drop you! You’ll plummet more than 10 stories in a few seconds to the halfway mark, but wait, you’re not getting off that easy. Back up you go, all the way to the top again! And this time, you’re going all the way. The Tower of Power’s turbo drop pneumatic system is about to propel you straight to the bottom down more than 300 feet, in the blink of an eye. Suddenly, without warning, it’s time to free fall, as you release and plummet straight down to the earth at a staggering adrenaline-charged speed, so fast you’ll barely have time to scream.
How about one more bounce halfway up the tower – even halfway up is more than 11 stories. All in a day’s work for a superhero.
Sure, SUPERMAN can soar at great heights, but what about this?! Dare to freefall from one of the highest drop towers in the world, a staggering 325 feet in the sky to hungry zombies waiting below.
Standing at 325 feet in the air, this mind-blowingly massive steel tower is not only one of the highest structures in the park, it is one of the most impressive drop tower rides in the south. Here’s your chance to fly like SUPERMAN and show the monsters below that you can handle taking the ultimate leap.
The three-legged tower is so terrifyingly tall, you’ll earn the respect of a superhero just for daring to ride it.
The Tower’s high tech brain measures the exact amount of air pressure and thrust necessary to get you to the top, away from the creatures lurking below and before the word “zombie” can be uttered, you’re launched like a speeding bullet straight up to the top of the tower. While sitting safely 32 stories in the air you can look down below to see the monstrosities wanting to eat you alive along with the spine-chilling drop of 325 feet beneath you.
Before you get too used to floating like SUPERMAN in the upper atmosphere, the ride makes its dramatic descent down ten stories in mere seconds to the halfway mark. Enjoying the traumatizing effect the intense drop has on you as you inch closer to the zombies below is not enough, within a blink of an eye a return trip to the top of the tower is made. This time, you’re going all the way up! Then the Tower of Power’s turbo drop pneumatic system propels you straight to the bottom down more than 300 feet at a staggering adrenaline charged speed barely even giving you time to scream. You may be relieved to be back on the ground, until you realize yet again the zombie terror that awaits.
How about one more bounce halfway up the tower?
Min. Height- 52 inches
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What Our Guests Say
"From the split second you blast off you are at the mercy of this wonderful machine. You feel G-forces every step of the way and just when you think it's over... BOOM, you're being thrown up or down again at great speeds. It's definetly "Super""
"The wait for this ride was greatly paced. There was a line for single riders, groups, or pairs. This seemed to help ease the length of the wait. I love this ride."
"The superman tower of power is an extreme thrill ride.. The feeling of zero gravity was awesome."
"The best part of Superman... I love the free fall at the end. There's nothing more thrilling! I LOVE IT!"
"Our whole family was able to enjoy it, and cool off together."
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