The first Six Flags theme park, Six Flags Over Texas boasts over 35 amusement rides. Thrill seekers should head to the mighty Texas sky screamer or Titan roller coaster to experience speeds of 137 km/h (85 mph) and a 78 m (255 ft) drop. Children and the less adventurous can enjoy the swinging ship, log flume, and spinning teacups. You can take a break from the rides at one of the park’s live entertainment shows. Dining options include American fare, international cuisine, healthy options, and amusement park classics. Lines can be long, but flash pass holders have much shorter waiting times. Our Arlington trip maker tool makes visiting Six Flags Over Texas and other Arlington attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
Six Flags Over Texas reviews
My first visit to the park, it had been on my bucket list for a while. Very clean park with a great selection of rides, I couldn't have asked for a better first visit.
My first visit to the park, it had been on my bucket list for a while. Very clean park with a great selection of rides, I couldn't have asked for a better first visit. more »
Six Flags is always a great place to take the family. Even though we’ve been to many haunted houses throughout the years and many theme parks, we always enjoy Six Flags over Texas in Arlington. Seems like they still have their stuff together even though we have not been back since Covid began in 2020 the prices for the season passes are quite a bit more than what we remember than being yet. Everything has gone up due to inflation. We went to almost all of the haunted houses and they are still on point. I love how when they get something right they do not try to overdo it, they said safe boundaries to where you can take the whole family and are very creative in their execution. Well done Six Flags well done. Even though I am afraid to ride roller coasters, I still ride the big ones like the Texas giant, the Titan, Batman, and Mr. freeze. It just doesn’t seem like a theme park without them anymore.
Did 11 out of 15 rides on the same day with the Flash Pass; I ordered the platinum one (210$ a day) as I wanted to make sure I complete as many rides as I can since I'm not from around here and I don't know when I'll be back again; best decision I've ever made. I was a bit sad that "the joker" was closed, as it was one of my targets; it was windy so the ride was closed for the safety of everyone. Overall the place is huge and is great for everybody, adults and kids. The lines are organized, and none was pushing/shoving or trying to get in front - great atmosphere. My favorite ride was the Superman, and even though Mr. Freeze and The Texas Giant are considered more thrilling, something about the drop in Superman was super extreme; I really liked it!
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