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Millennium Force
Website: Cedar Point Homepage
Ride Type: Steel Coaster
Ride Status: Running
Average Rating: 4.8327
TPC Overall Rank: #5 out of 2933 rides.
Reviews: 321
Last Review: 10/18/2014 9:09:00 PM
In User Top 10: 645 times.
User Tracker Count: 528 times.

Millennium Force I

Millennium Force II

Millennium Force Top

Millennium Force Top II

Millennium Force Lift

Millennium Force Lift II

Millennium Force Sign

Millennium Force Sign II

Millennium Force Train

Millennium Force Train II

310 foot hill

Millennium Force's Lift Hill
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5 Rating
+1 Rating Rate Down Rate Up embalmer on 6/19/2004 5:10:00 PM - User's Top Ride #2
THE MOST EXHILARATING COASTER IVE EXPERIENCED! I havent ridden every coaster in the USA but a share of steel and wooden which are very good. Millenium force is the only coaster i can say which scared me with the lift hill, its simply amazing and you dont know till your on it. Myself and my company exited the ride feeling the euphoria from the Gs ive never felt elswhere. I know everybody has preference, but this ride has to rank the highest in my experiences. Any other lift hill ive been on seems small compared to this one which gets your attention big time then the drop and the fast n smoothness.

5 Rating
+1 Rating Rate Down Rate Up dtrov06 on 6/17/2004 11:22:00 AM - User's Top Ride #2
One of the best rides i have ever ridden. An extremely close second to TTD. The first hill is amazing. FIRST SEAT IS A MUST!!! When you get over the crest of the hill, you can barely see the track below you. A must ride.

5 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up firstdrop2 on 6/13/2004 11:28:00 AM - User's Top Ride #1
because the guy in front of me wrote a frickin essay... I only have 3 words:

5 Rating
+3 Rating Rate Down Rate Up coasterlvr on 6/13/2004 10:51:00 AM - User's Top Ride #1
Millennium Force is difficult to grasp. It is so difficult to grasp that phrases like "horrifically huge", "silky smooth", "so frickin fast", and "flat-out intense" have become clichés. My first reason for visiting Cedar Point was just to see this record-breaking coaster in person. On my families drive to the causeway for our two-day trip, I saw this ominous structure with its blue track gleaming in the morning sun and an elegantly sloping lift to complement its 80 degree descent. At that point I knew it was Millennium Force. From miles away on the mainland it could be seen over the tree tops and the houses. After seeing its magnificence, I knew I had to ride it. Finally, on the evening of day two, the time came. I walked to the entrance of the line and under the blue pavilions where Millennium Force is a culture. With the DJ rippin tunes and the trains screaming over the last turn and into the station, I was excited and nervous. My stomach was in knots. I looked around at the crowd in line, consisting of coaster enthusiasts, guys trying to impress their girlfriends, and men who probably just looked at the monstrosity and said, "hey, that thing looks sweet, lets ride it". After about 45 min of waiting, we reached the final ramp into the station. At this point, you cannot help to catch a glimpse of the 310 ft first hill and think, "what goes up must come down", and feel the wind rush by a second after the trains have passed in varying color blurs of red, yellow, and blue. Night fell, and the lift hill transformed into a dazzling array of rainbow colors. We reached the station as the blue train pulled out, amidst the enthusiastic cheers from riders. Our train arrived. Even the trains on Millennium Force looked huge! We boarded the very comfortable trains, pulled down the genius Intamin lap-bars, and we were set. Then there was a click, and the station operator said, “riders all set, ready to go?” Everyone screamed yes, I just screamed. Whoosh, we were out of the station and off into the night and moving very quickly. I looked down at the light of Cedar Point, and thought that we were extremely high up. Then I looked around and realized I was only half way up the lift hill. We reached the peak, and the lift sped up. The tantalizing effect of moving quickly over the top was just the start of the thrills. In less than two seconds, we were over the top and sloping down. My brain fissured, my brow became sweaty, my hands clammy, and all the adrenaline my body could create shot a jolt through me. I winced, clenched my teeth, and squeezed the bar as hard as I could. Our train slipped off of the lift and down the drop. Airtime. I was out of my seat experiencing weightlessness. We fell… and fell… and fell… and finally flattened out in the dark at 94 miles per hour, a ridiculous amount of speed. During the rest of the ride, we were tearing through the night, not letting up at all. The train was hauling the whole time. Through turns and over huge camelbacks, we eventually sped past the queue line and into the last turn. We hit the breaks and breathed, wiped the tears out of or eyes, tried to stop shaking, laughed and thought just how truly awesome Millennium Force was. I unwillingly had to exit the train and depart down the ramp. I turned around and looked up at the first hill while trying to catch my breath. I recalled the first time I saw it. It was a distant, imposing structure, and now it was a fond memory of pure bliss, elation, and ecstasy. It was one of the greatest2minutes and 45 seconds of my life. Go ride this beast. It’s worth hitch-hiking across the country and waiting for hours in line. It lives up to its hype and then some as the “Best Steel Roller Coaster In The World!”
Millennium Force
Beyond sight…
Beyond sound…
Beyond imagination…
Beyond gravity…
Beyond hype…
Beyond expectations…

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5 Rating
+3 Rating Rate Down Rate Up benleibo on 5/31/2004 10:18:00 AM - User's Top Ride #2
After riding Millennium Force, I truly believe that this is the best ride in the world and is the ultimate goal of any coaster enthusiast. This ride is just phenomenal. I had huge expectations for this ride, and the coaster exceeded all of them. My ride in the front seat of Millennium Force first thing on a sunny morning was something I will never forget. The view of the lake from the lift hill is breathtaking. The fast lift is great, and throws you into the first drop. The first drop at 300 is the best in the world as the train plummets down at 92 mph. The overbanked turns are pretty cool. The third hill is another highlight of the ride. The whole thing from start to finish is a blur, as Millennium Force zooms through its long course at ridiculously high speeds. This coaster is my new number one ride. I must admit that Superman:Ride of Steel at SFNE was probably a better-designed overall coaster, but the shear size of Millennium Force and its awe-inspiring first hill are too much to pass up. It is not the amazing first drop, blistering speeds, jaw-dropping sturcture, or any one thing that makes this coaster the best. It is simply an unexplainable experience. And yes, the trip up the lift hill is something that all coaster enthusiasts will consider sacred. Millennium Force has almost become the prime example of what all modern coasters strive to achieve. When one looks at pictures and videos of the coaster, it almost becomes fake, like a dream. The feeling when you actually realize that you are riding on the best coaster in the world is amazing. Millennium Force is unbdoubtedly the best ride in the world!

5 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up taylorb251 on 5/11/2004 11:54:00 PM - User's Top Ride #4
I love the way you are pulled up the hill. Its fast and hardly no sound. The drop is just great.
I love this ride, cant wait to go back again

5 Rating
-1 Rating Rate Down Rate Up theMonster on 5/4/2004 2:29:00 PM - User's Top Ride #1
This coaster is a blast!!! The first drop is so steep that it actually curves inward so it is a greater than 90 degree drop...superfun

5 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up beastboy on 4/24/2004 12:38:00 AM - User's Top Ride #6
Great coaster for speed freaks. It certainly seems like this scream machine loses very little of its 93 m.p.h. from the bottom of the first drop to the brakes. Speaking of the first drop, I have to say that is the best first drop on any roller coaster in existence. Just a great coaster for a powerful rush.

5 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up sfgam2k4 on 4/21/2004 11:42:00 PM - User's Top Ride #1
The best rollercoaster in the world. I have never been on anything like this ever. The first drop is awesome. It is the best element of any rollercoaster. The turns are banked so it seems like you are going upside down. There is amazing air time and I could go on and on describing how great it is, but you have to ride it to believe the hype. It is worth whatever time you have to wait.....I waited 6 hours.

5 Rating
-1 Rating Rate Down Rate Up cedarcrazy on 4/13/2004 3:49:00 PM - User's Top Ride #1
THIS IS THE MOST FUN RIDE OF ALL TIME! I love the view as you go down the hill and you cant see any of the track in front of you! (If you get the back seat, look back at the track the way down the first hill, its awesome!)I also like the airtime in the third hill, its great! Dragster doesnt come close to this!

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