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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
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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
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up G-forcejedi on 3/22/2009 11:10:00 AM
Excellent. Not to be missed. The inital drop is breathtaking, though the rest of the ride is a bit less than what you'd expect.

4 Rating
-1 Rating Rate Down Rate Up SnooSnoo on 2/23/2009 4:43:00 PM
Well.. it was amazing.. but the novelty just wore off. The drop just doesn't blow me away anymore and the feeling of speed is beaten by a ride 400m away. Being a man of airtime.. this ride just fails to deliver. But, when I first rode it, I absolutely loved it. My tastes have changed but that doesn't mean this ride still isn't a goodie.

4 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up bigredjw34 on 12/4/2008 10:28:00 AM - User's Top Ride #5
To me, this ride is a bit over rated, but that&#39.s just me. Don&#39.t get me wrong, its an amazing ride, but some might call me crazy, because I think the Magnum is even better. :-)

5 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up skiier04 on 7/28/2008 1:07:00 AM - User's Top Ride #2
This ride is quite simply one of the very best I have ever had the pleasure to ride. One of the first things you see approaching the park... the first thought that crosses your mind can&#39.t be anything except... &quot.I have to ride this ride&quot.. And it does not disappoint. From the breathtaking view as you climb the surprisingly fast lift to flying through the overbanked turns it doesn&#39.t get much better than this. No inversions?? Who cares. Millennium Force proves that a steel coaster doesn&#39.t need to turn you upside down to provide one of the most breathtaking experiences you will ever encounter. Worth riding over and over again.

5 Rating
+1 Rating Rate Down Rate Up weaver23 on 7/25/2008 3:32:00 PM - User's Top Ride #4
Millenium Force was my very first roller coaster I rode at CedarPoint and was definetly a good way to start my trip. Accompanying me was my reluctant Dad who really doesn&#39.t care for any roller coaster over 60 feet tall. We rode Millenium Force during eraly ride time which meant we walked right on it! Just our luck. We ascened the lift hill noticing the absence of the click clack of a traditional chain lift. The view from Millenium is unreal, spectacular views of all rollercoaster and of lake Erie. But you only get to take this view in for a short period of time because the cable pulling you&#39.re train speeds up about half way up the hill, almost as if reminding you what lay ahead. Then as the coaster reaches the top the lift slows and the trains speeds up and out of your seat you fly as you free fall towrd the ground at hurricane force speeds from 310 feet. The drop is massive and gives excellent airtime. Then comes the over banked turn, you fly around the turn and bank toward the ground as if your hanging from your seat. The you fly towards the ground yet again and turn to the left you get pushed back into your seat as you enter a pitch black tunnel and screams echo in your ears. The up a massive hill you go towards the sky. At the top you get a hint of floater airtime, but then again this coaster is about airtime its about speed, and free fall into another banked turn which sucks you into your seat, then you fly through the supports of the two hills and into another banked turn which sucks you back into your seat yet again. Then you fly through a banked turn and into a hill which provides some good floater airtime, then you rush back into another tunnel and turn to the left once you come out of the turn your still speeding along at the top speed of some of the other coasters in the park and you fly over a small airtime hill which pulls you from your seat with some solid floater air right beside the station! Then you turn again and and into another banked turn and into the brakes. Millenium force is extremely fast and packed with intense turns break neck speeds one absolsuely insane first drop.

5 Rating
+1 Rating Rate Down Rate Up wierdo135 on 7/3/2008 2:03:00 AM - User's Top Ride #1
Millennium Force never lets me down

5 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up bliggle on 6/11/2008 4:04:00 AM - User's Top Ride #2
Terrifying and amazing. The intensity of the first drop caused my vision to black out for a portion of the ride (wide open eyes but no image). Craaaazy but Id do it again in a heartbeat

5 Rating
+5 Rating Rate Down Rate Up psu_dude on 2/12/2008 10:32:00 AM - User's Top Ride #4
Millennium Force may not be everyones "perfect" coaster, but for me, it is more than worthy of a perfect score. Of the many rides I have had on this wonderous coaster creation, I have not once had one that I would characterize as lacking in thrills, excitement, or fun. The setting is just beautiful, as Millennium towers into the air along the edges of Lake Erie. It looks so stately standing there, and there is nothing quite like having a left side seat and looking out on the way up the lift hill and seeing nothing but water, thanks to the very open seats on the comfortable train. The ride ops here are truly top notch, as they cycle 3 trains efficiently and smoothly. Even longer waits seem to pass by quickly, as the line is always moving. People seem to knock this coaster a lot because it doesnt have "killer" airtime like some other rides out there (i.e. Superman in NE, and the new El Toro in Jersey), but the fact is this coaster was built for something else - SPEED. And boy, does it dish that out in a relentless fashion! But whats more, Millennium Force DOES offer spots of airtime, and I find it hard to believe when some folks go so far as to say that it has no airtime at all. I know of four spots that always have given me airtime - the first drop (with the air being stronger the further back you sit), the two other bigger hills, and the bunny hop along the station/line. Combine that with the blistering speed this puppy has, and I say you have a definite winner. The first drop after the speedy lift hill is just massive and unbelievably great, with break-neck speed and an awesome float off the seat the whole way down! Its my 3rd favorite drop anywhere, behind only El Toros first drop and Phantoms Revenges second drop through Thunderbolt. The next segment leading into the overbank and tunnel is great, and the speed is unreal as it tops out here at 93 mph. The first airtime hill delivers, and is frankly bigger than a lot of coasters first drops! The consecutive overbanks that follow on Millennium Island are executed with sheer precision, and the train keeps up some nice speed as it hits the smaller air hill with even stronger airtime than the previous hill. Another cool tunnel leads to the surprise gem of the ride, that rather unassuming little bunny hop by the station. This thing is taken at such a high speed that the airtime is very strong floater. The train is still humming at well over 70 mph as it glides through the last overbank and hits the brakes. Every ride, when it ends, leaves me grinning like a fool and totally energized! I can find no faults with this coaster. I guess some criticize it because the airtime is all floater, as opposed to some other rides that dish out air of the ejector variety. But I like any airtime, so this hits the mark right on for me. Millennium Force, in summation, is a coaster that is an absolute blast! It is as smooth as silk throughout the ride, and it perfectly blends a winning recipe of killer drops, blazing speed, and formidable airtime along its very nice layout. This is the definition of a must-ride for anyone that visits Cedar Point, and for me this coaster destroys the newer "pony" that was added in 2007 (Im hoping rerides on that will close the gap, but I cannot imagine it overtaking this coaster). Simply put, Millennium is a marvelous coaster experience that will satisfy that appetite for thrills and excitement!

4 Rating
+1 Rating Rate Down Rate Up immelman on 12/22/2007 9:09:00 PM
Hmm...what to say about Millennium Force? My one word review would be "dissapointing."

Visually its awe inspiring and it actually fits into the park very well. If this review was just based on looks, it would get a 10.

So you start climbing that super fast lift hill, which is cool, but its also kind of bad. One of the coolest things about tall coasters is the slow climb up, giving time to really think about how high you are. Thats the thing about this ride; I can tell Im up high but I dont really get to appreciate it.

I was expecting the first drop to be mindblowing, and while its good it doesnt stand out from other tall coasters Ive ridden. The initial steepness is great but it doesnt last long. The rest of the ride was pretty boring to me. Theres way too much straight track, the tunnels dont excite me much, and theres only one good jolt of air time, the little bunny hop by the line. Overall the whole ride felt too safe, not out of control like a great coaster should.

5 Rating
0 Rating Rate Down Rate Up T-Rex on 12/14/2007 10:11:00 PM - User's Top Ride #1
Millenium Force is easily my king of coasters. The first giga coaster still provides an incredible ride. The lift hill gave some great views of Lake Erie, and it was followed by the breathtaking 300ft plunge that completely ripped me from my seat. Then came an amazing overbanked turn and then a speedy tunnel where I felt my face would be ripped off. Afterwards was a massive air-time hill that had me out of my seat going up and coming down, and it was followed by two more incredible overbanks and then yet another air-time hill. Then came yet another tunnel and then a bunny hill giving an insane moment of air. Finally there was another overbanked turn and then the brake run.

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