With the progression of the Jurassic World VelociCoaster, the attraction is getting closer to be ready to make its debut. This morning, we saw even more construction walls come down, getting us excited for the opening.
After getting far-away glimpses of this section of the ride, we can now get a closer view of this aerial portion of one of the four inversion loops.
Two velociraptor statues greet guests as they walk the path that would lead to the long-standing Wizarding World bypass bridge.
Made with intricate detail, you can easily see the texture of these velociraptors all the way from the tip of their snout to the end of their tails.
Here you can see the highest point of the VelociCoaster towering above palm trees.
Part of the support for the ride is tied into the foliage along the walkway.
The tropical plants add to the theme of the rollercoaster being set in Jurassic World… or Park…
The Jurassic World VelociCoaster is scheduled to debut this summer. Are you excited for its opening? Let us know in the comments!