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Six Flags Over Texas, Arlington

Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
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3.7/5 based on 2,200+ reviews on the web
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. Add Six Flags Over Texas and other attractions to your Arlington trip itinerary using our Arlington vacation planner.
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  • Come here with very low expectations and anticipate waiting in slow moving lines for extremely mediocre experiences. It's a great place to work on your tan but that's about it. Food: Extremely slow se...  read more »
  • As a Theme Park enthusiast and being very impressed with Six Flags Magic Mountain in LA, I was very excited to go to Six Flags Over Texas and I can say I was not disappointed. The thrill rides at any ...  read more »
  • Great Halloween experience! The whole park was transformed and the Haunted Houses really added to it. 
  • I'm from Houston and we used to have a Sixflags when I was young. Coming to the park today definitely brought back great memories. We came on a Sunday so the lines were short which allowed me to maximize the value of my dollar. The price of the tickets are double what I paid 15-20 years ago on top of paying $20 for parking. The designers of the park are good about making sure their are plenty of cooling spot so no one gets over heated. My son did complain that the slides on the playground were hot and it was hard to breathe on the inside. My 2yr old daughter claims she burned her arm on the slide but all else was perfect! We will be back soon!
  • Very fun park I would recommend not going in summer I would either go in fall or spring time! Also at winter time the park has a cool attraction called the slope it is like a snow hill you slid down its pretty fun.
  • Where else can you go in the state of Texas and drop 255 feet face first or take in a 400 foot 360 degree view of the city all while knowing that there are people just as excited as you lined up for hours to enjoy the same experience! The combo food pass is an amazing option and frankly I don't know of how it's so cheap. The bathrooms are almost always well kept and ice cold from the AC. Fun for the whole family but be prepared to wait in lines and cover a lot of walking.
  • Six Flags is a great place to go with your family for some weekend fun. I highly recommend getting the gold season and dining passes. They're a great value and a great way to eliminate your excuses for not getting out of the house. Six Flags is also a Pokémon Go treasurer trove. All around it's a fun time.
  • What a bunch of scammers. Wow, never felt so insulted and treated poorly in my life. This park overcharged us $100 as they charged the children with adult prices and also charged us for a season pass when we didn't want one and we went and tried to talk it over at the service desk. It took over 45 minutes of going back and forth to one another with manager and all they could do was offer us around $15 back. I checked my credit card statement today and it says they added $15 to my credit card instead so I paid even more now. Man, whoever works there needs to be fired. Will be getting a lawyer now and suing this dump to the ground. DO NOT GO here. Everything is overpriced anyway I mean $4.50 for water and $20 per photo. Man, sick. Never again.
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