If hanging upside down is your thing (or if you were an opossum in your former life), the Inverter at the Adventuredome is perfect for you. It looks like a giant Lego piece, but with screaming people inside.
The Inverter doesn't just whip you around, upside down and back again -- it pauses in mid-flight and you'll have enough time to look at everything beneath you. With only a harness and T-bar separating you from the concrete floor 50 feet below, you'll be holding on like there's no tomorrow. Let's just say the ride gives a whole new meaning to "leaving you hanging."
Once you think it's all over, the Inverter propels the opposite direction, making sure you flip upside-down all over again. This is one of those rides meant for thrill-seekers, or those with a strong stomach. If you get dizzy easily, you may want to leave the Inverter for the daredevils.
$5 - $12 per ride or roller coaster. All-day passes to the Adventuredome are $29.95 for adults and $17.95 for children 33-47 inches tall (free for toddlers under 33 inches with a paying adult).