Are you looking for a trip packed with fun for the whole family? If so, make your way down to Six Flags Magic Mountain for a day out you’ll all remember.
Located in Valencia, California, Six Flags boasts dozens of rides for visitors of all ages. Dazzling entertainment and dining options makes Six Flags a great amusement destination.
Start your day with a ride on the Apocalpyse – a wooden roller coaster that’ll get your senses racing. Head over to Batman The Ride for a thrilling adrenaline-packed legs-free coaster experience. Next check out Lex Luther: Drop of Doom where you’ll rise to the top of a 400-foot tower then plunge at 85 heart-stopping miles per hour back to the ground. Visitors for 2013 can look forward to the brand new Full Throttle roller coaster – with it’s 160-foot loop, it will be the tallest, fastest looping roller coaster in the world!
If you’re looking for some child-friendly rides, take a spin on the Canyon Blaster – a roller coaster designed with family fun in mind. Need to cool off? head to Roaring Rapids where you’ll splash down Western America’s first ever man-made white water river.
Six Flags also has wonderful classic amusements. Their vintage Grand Carousel is a nostalgic trip back to the amusement parks of yore. The Buccaneer’s swinging pirate ship is a rabble-rousing adventure for pirates young and old and the Scrambler’s whirling gyrations will take your back to you first ever fun-fair visits.
Six Flags is a great destination for seasonal entertainment. As the witching season nears, get ready for Fright Fest, where Six Flags is turned into a Halloween-themed scream park! An eerie assortment of terrifying treats await visitors, including monster themed parties, a haunted mansion and spooky live shows. Beware – some ghouls might be joining you on your rides.
Feeling hungry? There are dozens of great restaurants and snack bars to choose from. The Food, Inc. food court serves up international treats from around the world. Wascal’s offers great kid-friendly American classics, and the Cold Stone Creamery’s frozen creations will put a smile on everyone’s face. Want to grab a coffee and upload some photos of your day to facebook? Drop by the Cyber Cafe to surf the web with a latte.
Six Flags Magic Mountain is open every weekend with limited weekday hours during the fall and winter. Check their online schedule before setting off.Â Save time and money by purchasing your tickets online in advance of your visit.