Hershey Park is located in Hershey, PA, just minutes outside of Harrisburg, PA. The park is well known for the smell of chocolate and was originally founded by Milton Hershey. The park was the setting for employees of the factory to enjoy themselves after work hours. As Hershey Park continues to grow into the future, the park looks forward to balancing themselves from the competition. The park has officially announced that for the 2017 season, they will be debuting the world’s first choose your thrill triple free fall tower complex.
Hershey’s Triple Tower is the world’s first choose your thrill attraction. There are three different experiences available that will challenge riders to define their thrill level. This new attraction will bring in families from all over the world to challenge their inner level thrills and will continue to revitalize the park as a world class destination. What are the three thrill choices that riders can choose from?
- Kisses Tower: 12 riders will warm up with two cycles of exhilarting positive and negative G forces on one of the mildest towers at 80 feet.
- Reeses Tower: 16 riders will be able to kick thrills up a notch. Riders will experience positive and negative G forces in two cycles at a height of 131 feet.
- Hershey’s Tower: The tallest tower of them all. 20 riders will enjoy the space shot and turbo drop at 189 feet. Riders will shoot to the top before plummeting back to the ground at 189 feet. Riders will experience speeds at 45mph.
Hershey Triple Tower looks to deliver on thrills for all ages. The park has been adding new attractions each year and looks forward to delivering on signature thrills for many generations to come. Hershey Triple Tower is scheduled to debut in the spring of 2017. The attraction will be located in the Hershey Kissing Hill section of the park.
For more information about Hershey Park, visit: https://www.hersheypark.com
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Article prepared by: Brian Mitchell – Site Operator / The Amusement Wire
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