Batman & Robin: The Chiller

Batman & Robin: The Chiller

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Batman & Robin: The Chiller was a sit down dual track looping shuttle roller coaster designed by Premier Rides that operated at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey from 1997 to 2007. Due to the constant downtime and flaws in the ride's operation, Six Flags removed the ride from the park in the fall of 2007. All track and supports were removed, however the station, observatory scenery piece, and outdoor queue line were left remaining.


In 1996, Six Flags Great Adventure announced that they would be adding a new roller coaster in 1997, bringing their coaster count back up to seven. It was then announced that the coaster would be a prototype linear induction motor (LIM) launched dual tracked shuttle coaster dubbed "Batman & Robin: The Chiller". The theme was chosen with the intent of promoting the Batman & Robin film, which was set to open in the summer of that year. The Observatory scenery piece, that would eventually loom over the launch tracks and exit ramp, was taken directly from the film source material. A track was devoted to both titular characters, with the icy blue track being christened Batman and it's fiery red companion being labeled Robin. The coaster would be located in the "Movietown" section of the park, adjacent from Batman The Ride, Stuntman's Freefall, and "The Batman Stunt Show Arena" while sitting next to the "Movietown Water Effect" water ride.

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