Set sail on this medieval Viking ship for an exciting adventure as you fly to an incredible 80 feet arc high above the waters below. You’ll experience weightlessness and rapidly changing forces and directions aboard this ship. The Viking Fury opened in 1982 at Kings Island, it was the largest ride of its type in the world and since been a favorite for both families and thrill-seekers. In fact, only nine attractions in operation today at the park have given more rides than the Viking Fury in Kings Island’s history: The Racer, K.I. & Miami Valley Railroad, The Beast, Woodstock Express, Race for Your Life Charlie Brown, Eiffel Tower, Adventure Express and Dodgem. Because of its location, surrounded by water with the Eiffel Tower as a backdrop, the Viking Fury is also one of the most photographed attractions at Kings Island.
Rider Safety Information
- Min Height Accompanied
- Min Height Alone
- A ship ride that swings in a pendulum motion. Riders will experience weightlessness and rapidly changing forces and direction.
- Guests must be 48” tall to ride alone OR 40-48" tall and accompanied by a supervising companion.
- A shared lap bar secures all riders in the row across the thighs and pelvis. Riders under 48” tall must sit on the inside of the row.
- Guests must have a minimum of two functioning extremities; one functioning arm and one functioning leg. Two functioning arms are sufficient instead of one functioning arm and one functioning leg if the guest has a normal center of gravity and lower extremities are sufficiently strong to support weight against the restraint under the dynamic conditions of the ride. Amputations must be at the knee or below.
- Guests with a cervical collar, neck brace, or braced arm cast are not permitted to ride.
- Alternate access is available at the ride exit. Riders will have to take several steps, on their own or with the assistance of a companion, and be capable of elevating themselves up into the seat. Please do not use the ride restraints for support while entering and exiting, as they will shift.
- Visit our Accessibility page for additional information.