The granddaddy of the Disney World coasters was born in 1975, making it the oldest coaster in Florida. It continues to please in an almost-quaint Tomorrowland way. The darkness enhances most of the thrills. Your party launches single-file into a twisted mass of two strategically lit rails. Other cars swoosh by with glow-in-the-dark accessories against a "starry" roof. It's not that fast, but it's curiously fun. (NOTE: Space Mountain will close April 19 for renovations and reopen later in 2009.) Wild or mild scale: 3 out of 5 Theming/atmosphere: 4 out of 5 NEXT: Scorpion at Busch Gardens (Photo: DISNEY) Vote on your favorite Orlando-area roller coaster!
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