Show us your Rollercoaster Face

Rollercoaster blog
August 16, 2016

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National Rollercoaster Day is upon us and we’ve celebrated the occasion by collecting some of your best #CoasterFaces. Though we picked three winners, we received plenty of amazing entries. We wanted to share them with you all!

No doubt both these ladies are enjoying the rollercoaster… but some are more obvious about it than others!

Friends on rollercoaster

The best part of having a friendship group big enough to fill a coaster carriage is being able to pose for the ride photo.

Boys on a log flume

In every couple, there’s the one who’s excited for the rollercoaster and the one who’s a bit more nervous. Guess which is which here.

In every couple, there's the one who's excited for the rollercoaster and the one who's a bit more nervous. Guess which one is which here.

You know it’s a good rollercoaster when you look like you’ve been dragged through a hedge backwards!

Girl with crazy hair on ride

Have you ever been so obsessed with rollercoasters that they come out of your mouth when you talk?

Girl burping rollercoaster

One of our winners in the #CoasterFace competition – a father and son getting hit in the face by water. Lovely.

#ATix CoasterFace Winner!

The family that screams together, stays together!

#ATix CoasterFace Second Place Winner

Are you the romantic couple in the middle or the joking couple in the front?

#ATix CoasterFace 3rd Winner

None of these rollercoaster faces would be possible without the contributions of parks like Drayton Manor, Lightwater Valley, Alton Towers, Thorpe Park, Blackpool Pleasure Beach, and all the others that make the UK such a hotspot for rollercoaster thrillseekers! If you’re disappointed you didn’t get a chance to enter, you’d better pick a rollercoaster to get on and perfect your #ATixCoasterFace for next time!

About the author

Emma Pearson

Emma is a copywriter with AttractionTix. Her favourite things include baths, other people’s cats, Broadway, and really pretty books. Her favourite things to do on holiday generally involve reading somehow.