The founders of the popular Ark Experience, a Christian religious and creationist theme park that opened in Grant County, Kentucky in 2016, are breaking ground this month in Nashville, TN on their next multi-million dollar entertainment project. Holy RollerCoaster Park will officially open its golden gates in the Summer of 2024.
The park will feature 10 state-of-the-art coasters inspired by worshipping the Creator. Early attractions announced include the "Praise You Jesus" roller coaster, peaking at a record-breaking, heaven-reaching height of 540 feet. The unique cars will lock the rider's arms in a position of praise towards the sky, forcing a constant posture of worship while being rocketed at speeds of up to 90 mph.
Another highly anticipated coaster is the "Repentenator," which encourages riders to turn from their sins by strapping them in backward for the entire ride and pumping a constant soundtrack of EDM worship through custom speakers embedded in each seat. The coaster includes the most 180 degree turns ever recorded on a single ride.
The WorSHIP places park goers on an adventure through Biblical history as guests are transported back in time through a unique boat adventure. Along the way, guests will visit key moments in Scripture including the Garden of Eden, Jonah and the Whale, and the Feeding of the 5,000.
Holy RollerCoaster Park will also feature non-coaster attractions like the Spirit Spinner, The Train of Thankfulness, and the River Rapid Baptism which guarantees to douse riders with the purest holy water available.
In addition to providing key attractions and shows, as well as surprise landscape features that will randomly combust into flames, the park will also feature top-notch food including Holy Hot Wings, a footlong Good God Dog, and 40 flavors of "Nice" Cream. A signature menu item available only at the park will be "Manna From Heaven" for just $7.99.
Hillsong Church has been tapped to provide exclusive V.I.P. experiences for guests after spending years catering to the elite demands of their guests at their weekly services.
Early investors include recently announced billionaire and Christian music convert, Kayne West, and former President Donald Trump who vowed last year to Make Christian Music Great Again.
Lightning rods will be installed throughout the park to protect staff and guests.