Where can you find the tallest steel roller coaster in the U.S.?
Opened in 2005, Kingda Ka at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey, holds the record for the highest rollercoaster drop at 418 feet. In fact, Kingda Ka is not only the tallest steel rollercoaster in the country but also the world. It cost $25 million to build and can reach 128 mph from a complete stop in 3.5 seconds. Just don’t eat a big meal before going on a ride. Source: Ultimate Rollercoaster