The skyline of Islands of Adventure changed dramatically in the past few months due to the removal of the majority of the track of The Incredible Hulk Coaster.
Being one of the most iconic opening-day attractions, fans are surely glad to see this massive B&M coaster coming back. When it reopens, it promises to be an even more thrilling and enjoyable ride, thanks to the brand-new track, trains, and additional special effects. Let's see how the coaster looked yesterday evening.

Welcome to Islands of Adventure:

Walls still welcome Guests entering Marvel Superhero Island:

The launch tunnel is now once again surrounded by the coaster's track:

The triangles that surrounded the top of the tunnel have been removed:

The former lockers area is also still behind walls:

The back portion of the coaster has been completely installed:

On the lagoon side, work continues to allow the installation of the largest loop:

The rest of the coaster is still awaiting to be installed:

Let's now continue our tour of the park:

Toon Lagoon's water rides were both refurbished in the past few months. They look great:

Jurassic Park:

The Lost Continent:

Seuss Landing:

Keep an eye out for a new Reign of Kong update in the next few hours...

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PHOTOS BY: Alex, Official Orlando Theme Park News Team Member and Photographer.

5 Comment(s):

Anonymous said...

Thank you!

Anonymous said...

It would be awesome if you did side-by-side, before-and-after shots especially when referencing previous things (like the "triangles that surrounded the top of the tunnel have been removed:", not sure what you were referring to here.

Anonymous said...

For the hulk coaster... is it the same track pattern as before or will it be a different pattern?

Anonymous said...

How come Disney can't build this fast? Universal totally rebuilds thus immersive highly themed experience in the time it takes Disney just to make an announcement about higher ticket prices!

Did the track go around and under the launch tunnel before?

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