Welcome to an almost daily peek at our beautiful Williamsburg, Virginia which includes the "Historic Triangle" consisting of Colonial Williamsburg -the world’s largest living history museum- Yorktown and Jamestown.

March 23, 2010

Busch Gardens, Williamsburg, Virginia Opening Day March 26, 2010 - Photo #3

Busch Gardens unveiled the Griffon in 2007 and it has become a fan favorite; particularly for those who enjoy dangling over the edge of a 200 foot, 90 degree drop in a floorless rollercoaster.  After winding and twisting in every imaginable direction, it dips into a pool creating a massive "rooster tail" wave in its wake.  It's fun to watch even if you aren't up to the ride.

Go here for Busch Gardens Williamsburg site.
Go here for the new Official Blog of Busch Gardens.
Go here for a great fan site of Busch Gardens - BGW Fans. com
This is a week long series of last years Busch Gardens pictures.  Opening day for the park's 2010 season is March 26. 


Rebecca said...

I'll skip the ride, but the curves make for an interesting photo!

Lois said...

This would be way too scary for me! I have been to Busch Gardens in Tampa and I love it.

mia said...

Whoaaa.... my 16-year old self would love this but my today-self would probably not. Haha. Great shots!

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Stine in Ontario said...

You could never get me to ride that roller coaster but I love the photos!

Marka said...

Opening day is getting ever closer! Will you be joining the throngs of people on opening day?

T. Becque said...

I love how you framed this photo. From the thumbnail on CDPB I thought it was a mast from a sailboat!

Matty said...

Just looking at it, you can feel the thrill.

lisaschaos said...

Now that looks like fun!!! I love coasters and such!

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