Long considered among the best roller coasters in America, the Beast’s fame precedes it on a global scale it would appear.
The popular Kings Island attraction, which has held the record as the world’s longest wooden roller coaster since it was built in 1979, attracted a group of German enthusiasts this week.
A large group from the Freundeskreis, Kirmes und Freizeitparks (FKF), which translates to “Circle of Friends of Fun Fairs and Amusement Parks”, visited the park on Tuesday and enjoyed a behind-the-scenes your of the Beast.
The nonprofit organization founded in Hamburg, Germany organizes annual trips to theme parks abroad.
The Mason amusement park, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary, is open daily through Aug. 26.