As you may have already heard, The Incredible Hulk Coaster officially closed on September 8, 2015. While that may sound like a sad news to most thrill seekers at first, this is actually great news for theme parks fans, as the roller coaster will undergo a lengthy refurbishment that may include the replacement of some (if not all) sections of the ride track, a complete overhaul of the queue area, and the replacement of the launch system. Let's take a look around, shall we?


Welcome to Islands of Adventure:


A part of the Market and Export sign is currently missing:



The chef statue next to the bridge has been repainted and new props have been added next to it:



A similar one has been placed by the Confisco Grille:



By the way, the refurbishment of the restaurant's facade continues:



Time to take a quick look at The Incredible Hulk Coaster:



Here you are some miscellaneous photos of the attraction. Additional pictures (including some of the indoor part of the queue that we took a few years ago) will be shared in a subsequent photo-gallery:









Some sections of the track were recently marked. Does this mean that these sections will be replaced?:









A helicopter was hovering above the attraction, possibly capturing footage of the coaster in action:



The rest of Marvel Superhero Island:





The yellow pillars have finally been repainted:







A section of the pathway has been removed:



Toon Lagoon:



A new light has been installed next to the Toon Lagoon Amphitheater:





Passing by the Popeye statue:



The trigger of the "Hush-A-Bomb" is missing:



The small kiosk by Dudley Do-Right's Ripsaw Falls recently got a new Icee logo on its roof:



A closer look:



The location also sells churros, snacks, and beverages:


The new King Kong themed land continues to take shape (we will cover that area in a separate update):



Jurassic Park:





One of the slides located inside Camp Jurassic is still closed for refurbishment:



Thank you for exploring the park with us!


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