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Six Flags Great Adventure, Jackson

(3.2/5 based on 2,800+ reviews on the web)
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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  • Six Flags more flags more fun. I recommend coming here on off peak days where there isn't many people coming to the park. That way you can have many chances to ride your favorite roller coasters.  more »
  • For those who like adrenaline, there is the right place! We take NY, direct transport to the bus station to NJ. Tickets may be purchased at the bus ticket and is very punctual. Just pay attention to the dates of opening of the Park. Be sure to go to El-toro which although it loops is as good as if you had!
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  • It was the first time I went, lots of adrenaline in the coasters was the best, if you go in summer can buy a glass of free refill for soda or water for your stay. The smoked legs are delicious and enough for 2 people. Definitely recommend.
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  • It's an amazing amusement park for any age. Sure it's over price food and drinks makes it bad but the rides are thrilling and the lines are okay but the kind workers make it worth the wait. I recommend coming here with your friends and buying a season pass instead of a ticket cuz it's way better. Every year, there adding new attractions for people so they don't get bored of the same rides. I love how they are adding news things every season
  • I love it here. This was the first year I took my daughter here. She's 8 years old now and tall enough for more rides. Her favorite was Skull mountain, her first roller coaster. I already got season tickets for my daughter and I for this year and next year. We love it. Always have a fun time. I also recommend getting the dinning pass, it pays for its self in 3 visits. It's a great value. Plus good food.
  • I have visited the park multiple times since the 90s. The rides are good and it seems that every year they are adding a new attraction every year. The wait times for some rides are better than others. It seems they are adding a new attraction every year. The food prices are high but what can u expect it's a theme park. They have all the usual theme park food but have added some new food options and now they have slushys ☺️. The grounds are kept up pretty good and security is there number one priority. The Halloween parade was actually pretty good and enjoyable.
  • The haunted maze was not worth it. You have to a long line to get into a maze. There were a total 8 maze. Two of them were closed today. One of them is for little kids and no adults can enter. One of them requires you pay an additional 5 dollars on top of the 26 dollars that you paid. I was so pissed off that they ripe you off with the prices. The other rides were okay. Food and drinks at six flags are overprice. Make sure you eat before you come here. Overall the experience was okay...
  • Every year we go with our school and the staff is very accomodating to our special needs students, park is always clean. Last year one of our boys lost his "everyday glasses" on one of the rides and they closed the ride down to help us find them. The Safari... this is a must see for any animal lover. Animals are free to roam and are taken care of very well.