Six Flags Great Adventure, Jackson
Categories: Theme Parks, Water & Amusement Parks
Not only a popular amusement park but also a renowned concert venue, Six Flags Great Adventure contains eleven themed areas, three of them designed with small children in mind. In 2012, the complex combined its 65 hectares (160 acre) with a 140 hectare (350 acre) animal park, making this one of the largest amusement parks in the world. Choose from over 100 rides, shows, and special events, or go on an off-road safari adventure for a chance to see and feed a range of big and small exotic animals. To help find your way inside the enormous park, pick up a map at the front gate. Save money and avoid long lines by buying your tickets online. To visit Six Flags Great Adventure and get the most from your holiday in Jackson, create itinerary details personal to you using our Jackson vacation builder.
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Hicimos un viaje desde Atlantic City (una hora) sólo para visitar Six Flags... sus montañas rusas son excelentes!!! La más veloz: Kinda Ka... pero todas son impresionantes: Green Lantern, Batman, Toro... read more »Made a trip from Atlantic City (one hour) just to visit Six Flags... their roller coasters are excellent! The more rapid: Kinda Ka... but all are impressive: Green Lantern, Batman, Toro, Bizarro, the Toro, Nitro... This Park is highly recommended for those who like the Russian mountains and enjoy the speed, vertigo and adrenaline... He further was that starting from the 6:00 pm began to exit characters disguised of terror... Fright Fest... very good costumes and characterizations. The only downside is that the day we went (Monday October 03) weren't operational Joker, Superman, and which were water...show original
Although I went many times to Great Adventure when I was young, this past Monday (Columbus Day) was the first time that I have taken my 2 sons - ages 9 & 12. I wanted to wait until the younger one was... read more »
Everyone in your family can find something fun to do. Get the season pass. Get the season pass meal pla.
One of the Six Flags jewels, this park is an East Coast must-visit. Tallest drop tower in the world? Check. Tallest and fastest coaster in North America? Check. Included safari ride with lions, tigers, and bears (oh my), plus zebras, giraffes, more bears, and even more tigers? Definitely. Gorgeous scenery, landscaping, and an attention to thematic detail? Yup. Tons of rides for small kids as well as big kids? That, too. Impressive selection of food and drink options? You can see where I'm going with this. I love, love this park. It's busy, it has its hiccups, but it's a truly great park.
We have season pass. We come Here often so trying to get in everything in one trip is not really a problem for us. The place will try to nickel and dime you but it can done fairly cheaply. It can be very crowded and wit times for rides can be really long. So be prepared for that. But overall, one of the best Six Flags in the country
if you can afford it I would get a flash pass, the regular should be fine, gold is perfect for what you need. That platinum one is a waste of money. Even using the gold, if your ride has a wait time, it takes you that long to walk to it. However some rides aren't available on gold... (that's how they get you) and that's the one time of they day you pretend you're a normal person and get in line like the rest, then once off the ride rise back to superstardom with your gold pass. otherwise the lines are a killer.. I guess its to be expected
Extremely disappointed in this park!! First off the entry tickets are outrageous and unaffordable. Tag on another $25 to park. You can take your family on a weekend vacation for the price to get in this park. Food is all junk and overpriced. My son fell while in the park only a few feet from am employee, he didn't even acknowledge us as my son screamed. I sent a message to customer support (I regret not addressing at that moment!) to notify them of the hazardous condition in the children's area of the park . Not even a reply, phone call, NOTHING! Disappointed to say the least. I've lost all respect for this company. The ONLY thing they care about is MONEY!
to the season pass holders of six flags great adventure although there are a few decent ones. please research information when you are planning a trip to six flags. it does not take much. I see you waving your smartphones while you are yelling at me. do not yell at the a teenager making $8.50 an hour because you can not bring a friend in for $9.99. on the day the promotion is not for because you read an email wrong or did not even bother reading the email at all or you used the promotion already and are lying through your teeth . just curious, do you go into the local grocery store and start screaming at the check out girl because you can not get food for free? also, for moms who husbands work so you can spend your summer doing nothing...do not think you are entitled and can scream and belittle an employee because your hard working husband spent a whopping $93.99 on a season pass. wow....$93.99 you're the queen of England and should be treated like one. learn how to read an email and look at dates...save the extra $9.99 to bring in a friend and instead place it in a jar to accumulate enough money for the etiquette school you are going to need to send your daughter to after she witnesses you belittling six flags employees over such pettiness. As if employees control or set up the pricing system. the park would not be so bad if it weren't for these horrible season pass holders and their guests. if you can not afford a general admission ticket than do not come. no one wants to listen to your cheap @ss at admission.
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