NYNY Casino Rollercoaster

About This Project

From The Big Apple Coaster at New York New York and the high-flying attractions at the top of the Stratosphere, Cashman Photo’s thrill ride division captures every hair-raising, adrenaline infused experience. The picture is placed on a specially designed backdrop and inserted into a custom folder offering proof of the brave feat to those at home.

Cashman Photo technology snaps every unnerved face, placing them on monitors to review while hearts are still racing.

Set in a perfect postcard shot, its surroundings include a replica of the New York harbor, a 150-foot model of the Statue of Liberty as well as several of Manhattan’s popular buildings. And to make things even more fun, the roller coaster trains are designed like New York taxicabs.

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About This Project

The York New York roller coaster boasts stunning views of the Las Vegas Strip.  Not that riders often see the Strip during the 2 minute 45 second ride with its high-speed dives and two inversions, including the heartline twist and dive.

 

The ride begins with a steep hill, building great suspense and anticipation. Enjoy the aerial view of the south end of the Strip while you can, because before you know it, you’re plummeting down a 144-foot drop. The intensity continues with loops, corkscrews and hills, speeding up to 67 miles per hour.

This isn’t your average upside-down roller coaster. The loops on this ride are insane — you’ll twist and turn in ways you never imagined. The combinations of corkscrews, hills and the exhilarating, 180-degree heartline spiral will keep you gripping your harnesses.

Formerly called The Manhattan Express and The Roller Coaster at New York-New York, Big Apple Coaster at New York-New York made its debut on the Strip in January 1997. More than one million visitors experience the ride each year.