Space Mountain vs The Incredible Hulk Coaster

Which is the better ride?


  • Total voters
    47

DisneyAndUniversalFan

Well-Known Member
Original Poster
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AndyS2992

Well-Known Member
Space Mountain simply because I can ride it many times and other than it being super rough, I feel fine whereas after a ride on the Hulk, motion sickness kicks in and I feel awful and need to sit down somewhere quiet for an hour or two afterwards 🤢
 

rcapolete

Active Member
The Hulk is a great ride but it is not close to the best rollercoaster I have been on (I am jaded since I am 45 minutes from Six Flags Great Adventure with Kingda Ka). Space Mountain in the other had is an experience to say the least.
 

RoadiJeff

Well-Known Member
Space Mountain simply because I can ride it many times and other than it being super rough, I feel fine whereas after a ride on the Hulk, motion sickness kicks in and I feel awful and need to sit down somewhere quiet for an hour or two afterwards 🤢
Same here. I don't get motion sickness on Space Mountain but I almost get it from just looking at the Hulk. That's one of the few rides at Universal that I would never go on and I don't think Dramamine would help.
 

Mark Dunne

Well-Known Member
I can only say space , as I haven’t ridden hulk, but the queue as someone said is pretty cool, yes it’s old tech, but fun to ride, funny thing is I rode HSM in Disneyland Paris , I couldn't wait to get back in WDW, to ride SM, I don’t like the screen experience at HSM, and I love Star Wars , sorry gone of piste a bit,
 

Coaster Lover

Well-Known Member
In the Parks
No
Neither are objectively great rides, but each does what it is supposed to do just fine. On a grading scale, I'd put both on the B- range. Both rides have better analogues on their same property (if you want a launched inverting coaster, Velocicoaster is infinitely better than Hulk; if you want a non-inverting coaster in the dark, Cosmic Rewind is infinitely better than Space Mountain); however, comparing the two as coasters is unfair as the "intended use" of Space Mountain and Hulk are not the same.

I will say, I really love the queue for Hulk... for a 25 year old ride, it really captures that feeling of "90s comic books" perfectly for me and the nostalgia for me waiting in that queue is peak...
 

ZachPL

Well-Known Member
I like hulk, but the bumps and headwhips make it one of the only rides in orlando where I grey out usually with a slight headache after.
 

DW Aficionado

Active Member
Cmon, Space Mountain is nostalgia, it isn't, and never was a great ride...but it's a great part of our youth that we want to share with our children and grandchildren.
 

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