Indoor roller coaster

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Canyon Blaster inside the Adventuredome indoor theme park, Las Vegas, US

An indoor roller coaster is a roller coaster built inside a structure unrelated to the ride.[citation needed] In contrast, an enclosed roller coaster is built inside a structure intended solely for the ride. Indoor coasters are much less common than enclosed coasters, and enclosed coasters are often incorrectly referred to as indoor coasters. Mostly indoor coasters are custom made and placed in amusement parks or shopping malls.

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