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Green Dragon Roller Coaster

Take a ride on the unique Green Dragon Family Roller Coaster, the world’s only people powered coaster.

In your 20-person, five car train travel along a 250 metre track, including a 360 degree horizontal loop round the hill and through the woods. All in all, the Green Dragon is a ride not to be missed!

97cm+
Family
included

Please Note: Children must be at least 97cm to ride the Coaster. From 97cm to 120cm the child must be accompanied by an adult. Over 120cm can ride alone.

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