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 day trip website , to make sure you see all that Mexico City has to offer, including Six Flags Mexico.
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  • The Park is very well but if already a renewed general, very good games need you, but if it is advisable to buy the fast pass you if you do not take all the time in rows is good to have the gold pass because you can go several times and already you take advantage , it was a good experience, also is father to go in October for Halloween gets incredible still that if you have to pay for the extra attractions but they are worth, I loved that put stranger very good things.
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  • We buy the VIP ticket since it was Easter and didn't want to make much tail. The attractions are not bad but it's not that they surprised much... for my taste they lack innovation and surprise. On the other hand, assumes that at the last minute after all day from one side to another, it is when they want to sit and have a beer or a soft drink, but you can't because starting from 6 o'clock and they let you consume alcohol and also the majority of jobs are now barren... . souvenir shops are out of everything, but are not even attractive to buy and restaurants offer is quite simple and linear...
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  • To celebrate children's day there is no better place which is, upon arrival they gave us a map of the Park and we don't expect anything to enter... Fortunately there were not much people are day and look forward to maximum 15 min to get to the attractions. Everything is well designated, of course all sporting the sky screamer attraction gave access to a person who was in a wheelchair. The price of the products in particular foods are high you can buy a pizza for 4 for $500 or 3 burgers and 3 soft drinks for the same price, we expect them to be the prices more reasonable. Despite this we would like to go back and have fun much.
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  • A really fun place to go and if you want to take a break from the traditional sight seeing. A few warnings though..AVOID school holidays or else, like ours, 80% of your time will be in cues. If you go for the FLASH pass to avoid cues, there are still cues, just much shorter but the pass is quite expensive. In the evenings, all rides stop for the light show (not sure if the light show is every night or just around Christmas when we visited. If you have been in a cue for 120 minutes and then then close for 30 mins, it’s really, really...annoying. Some great rides though. Medusa was much scarier than I thought it would be
  • For once I had absolute no fun in a park! Bad experience from beginning to end. Went on a Wednesday when there wasn't many people, taking a friend's son. The kid had a yearly pass, which should allow him a companion, but they made me pay 600 pesos when it said 450 for the day pass. Again I wasn't somehow qualified for that discount, but they tried to push me a yearly pass for 750 pesos. Strangely the same yearly pass was offered me on the way put for just 350 pesos. Even with a somehow empty park, all the lines were at least 60+ minutes long. If you want to go faster you have to buy the VIP passes or Flash packages, so the lines are a very intentional trap. The food was expensive and of the lowest quality imaginable. For a meal for two of cold burgers, flat soda and soft cold oily fries I spent almost 1000 pesos and you have to wait at least 30 minutes in line until served. Even if it's just 5-6 people in front of you. On top of all that, they constantly push you to buy containers and bottles for the refill of popcorn and soda, which they do not allow you carry into most attractions or offer you where to put it.
  • A great way to spend time with family and friends and have fun with the different rides. I personally love the superman though the Medusa is also great. Even if there where long lines it is a great place to have fun!
  • Nice amusement park! It has a wide variety of games and that opens possibilities for everyone in the family to have a great time! Food, parking and other products and/or services are overall expensive, so make sure you take enough money :/ On certain days it is really crowded and the waiting times for some rides can be of 3 hours or so! Fortunately you can buy a flash pass and save lots of time bt avoiding long lines!
  • Stressed? Visit this amusing amusement park. Bring your kids to queue into extreme rollercoasters and customized attractions to spend some time. A bit pricy but funny. Enjoy!
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