Six Flags Mexico, Mexico City

3.9
#1 of 6 in Theme Parks in Mexico City
Treat the kids to a day out at Six Flags Mexico, a large theme park featuring rides ranging from easygoing to unreasonably intense. Explore the themed village zones, from "Cowboy" to "Polynesian," with many superhero-themed rides and parlor games to enjoy. Bear in mind that you cannot take bags and backpacks on the rides, and should leave your belongings in the onsite lockers. Expect to queue for entry and rides, unless you reserve your tickets in advance and pay extra for fast-track tickets. Before you head to Mexico City, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Mexico City itinerary maker, to make sure you see all that Mexico City has to offer, including Six Flags Mexico.
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  • August 12, 2017
    It is incredible that the years pass and this place does not evolve. Give you a terrible maintenance. The bathrooms smell bad at all is wrong! It seems to me it is not an economic place for the terrible care you give to our customers!
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  • August 11, 2017
    Simply a great Park for the amusement of children and adults. The rows are a little long so it is best to go on the weekdays. Excellent idea to spend an afternoon as a couple, with friends and family. The only problem is that on my last visit the Superman, by far the best attraction they have was in maintenance. The Parade, though short is very nice. If you are in mexico city and the rides like an obligatory visit.
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  • August 8, 2017
    Six Flags México, an excellent choice to visit, as well as company, an activation, view among friends or with the family. It had more than 6 years not visiting the Park and the truth is that it never ceases to amaze, something that should be taken into account is taste which work with collaborators, they know that it is part of his uniform the smile. Congratulations and you like to know that in our country we have parks of this category
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  • June 14, 2017
    Six Flags México is a great place to enjoy some time with your family and friends. It has everything. If you like high emotions, try the superman coaster, medusa or the batman ride! There are amazing.
  • June 4, 2017
    Yesterday I was in Six Flags Mexico with my family and some of the most popular attractions, e.g. superman, among others, was closed with no advice. I understand the safety is first, but there was no advice, and that is a reflect they dont give the proper maintenance. The cost of the tickets was not cheap at all, and paying for the "normal attractions" is very expensive. Additionally all the products, meals, and beverages are insanely expensive. The guys who attended the stores and attractions are not kind or at least friendly with the guest in most of the cases, at least as I expected in a place like this. The park is really disappointing :(
  • June 28, 2017
    It's a great amusement park, but I've seen better ones. The roller coaters are excellent, the place have lockers so you can store your belongings. In general it's a great place to spend an aferternoon.
  • April 24, 2017
    (Bonus: +2 Star at the end) Third world park, focused for local people. It's a "subscription-model business" more than a thematic or attraction park. No English. Maps have cost some days. Lack of identity: Almost nothing is first party, but third party, specially restaurants (which servings are smaller and almost double the cost); the only stuff are the DC comics and Looney toons characters but only half the attractions and most of the marketing. Lying personnel: The battle for metropolis attraction got halted with customers on the 1:30 ~ wait line. They lied to us twice, first saying that we could wait around 1 hour or less to save our already wasted time and still get in after restarting operations, but then after 10 minutes more they lied to the 30 ~ customers already inside the building by saying we could get in, but they said that to make us move to the last exit just before entering the attraction carts (dirty trick), so we lost our "respected-but-already-wasted spent wait time". To re-kill, they punished a family that got inside the building after they *lied* us about "we could finally enter the game" (which, again, it was nothing but a trick to make us leave the building, so that was really unnecessary and rude looking). +2 Stars bonus: If you stay or go to the park at night or after a "sudden" rain stops, you may be lucky so to ride all roller coasters with almost no wait line (and maybe even with an "unlimited bonus"). If so, the park experience will skyrocket.
  • June 1, 2017
    It's a good place to go in weekends, if you live in CDMEX is cheaper to buy the annual pass and has a lot of discounts and great cupons.

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