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The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror Concept Art – Ride Design Warehouse

See below for The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror Concept Art from Disney’s Hollywood Studios. One of the Park’s premiere attractions, the ride towers over Sunset Boulevard. Imagineers built the ride just a foot shorter than the FAA minimum for guide lights on buildings, in order to avoid an unsightly flashing light on top of the attraction. The ride is notable as one of the more extreme thrill rides at the Walt Disney World Resort, and its queue times reflect the popularity of this type of attraction. Along with neighbour Rock and Roller Coaster, the Tower of Terror often posts waits of no less than an hour.

Tower of Terror Concept Art

An early concept of the Tower.

Twilight Zone Concept Art

Another early concept of the attraction.

Twilight Zone Concept Art

Although different to the final product, note the similarities of the entrance plaza in this concept to the actual plaza.

Twilight Zone Concept Art

A rather different take on the attraction.

Twilight Zone Concept Art

A concept not unlike the final product.

Tower of Terror Elevation

An elevation concept of the tower.

Tower of Terror Concept Art

Another early concept of the attraction.

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