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Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, Vallejo
(3.5/5 based on 1,400+ reviews on the web)
Swim with dolphins, feed sea lions, or ride an elephant at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom. The park first opened as Marine World in 1968, but transformed into a theme park featuring animal attractions and rides in the late 1990s. It combines an adventure park with roller coasters, entertainment, dining, and live animal shows. Just be sure to book your animal encounter in advance! Put Six Flags Discovery Kingdom at the forefront of your travel plans using our Vallejo tour planner.
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  • We went to the Dolphin Discovery at Six Flags and it was a thrill of a lifetime. The Education Instructor Chelsea was so engaging and personable as was Austin the Dolphin Trainer, both made the whole ...  more »
  • We visited the park on a Sunday and arrived as it opened. We had no wait times for any rides and hit all of the coasters twice in a row, just for starters. We walked right on to Medusa, V2, Superman, ...  more »
  • Maybe it was Halloween weekend but still the lines were so long and parking lots full. Many unsatisfactory remarks were heard from customers there who expected to see a themed fest but were unaware th...  more »
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  • Halloweeb:)! We went to six flags at noon to take the rides and Fright Fest started at 6:30. It was raining cats and dogs so two of the haunted houses and the alleys with ghosts were closed, which made this visit a bit boring. However, the haunted houses were awesome! They are well designed and closely related to the theme. I was at Great America last Halloween. Comparing, GA has more haunted houses and is more popular, but the haunted houses in Six Flags are better! We had a great time overall:) I suggest you take the joker ride at the end!
  • Really bad park half the rides were down and the ones that was working took over a hour to ride.. we got to the park 10 min after they opened and stayed tell they closed we got to ride 6 rides and we eat one cheaply made pizza for 40$ to feed 3 people... marine world was way better then this six flags park, and no killer Wales they cant keep this park clean, trash everywhere and almost no staff 1-2 teenagers staffing a ride that seats 30??? Thats crazy and scary. The fair was much better.
  • Considering I'd only give some place like Disneyland a five star, 4 is still very solid. We have bought season passes for the past couple of years and always get our money's worth. Their holiday events are fun, and the rides are up and running most of the time with only a few down for maintenance over all of our visits. The food is pricy, but that's to be expected at any theme park. We visited with a friend who has peanut allergies but could not find any vendor that could assure us that anything they sold was peanut free. However, they were also fine with us bringing in small prepackaged food for her, so that still goes on the positive list.
  • Looks like old park, to much people on Saturdays, the flash pass is almost absurd 110 dollars each person. Big name for a poor fun experience. BTW the dare devil grill the hamburger combo is expensive 12 $ and worst hamburger ever. If you want to ride the Kong roller coaster even paying for flash pass we had to way for almost 2 hours in line. I lost the all day in those lines! So 130 tickets plus 220 flash pass and 50 on lunch plus 35 dinner. Do the maths.
  • FREIGHT FEST was a complete waste of money. First of all, I am very frustrated with the lack of information/organization of information on the six flags/freight fest site, the times and prices were very hard to find, I did not know that once you buy your super expensive ticket to get in, it is then another $30-$45 ticket to do any of the Halloween mazes! Not to mention the $25 parking! I spent over $120 on myself alone to get into freight fest! But I was already there so might as well spend the extra money to go through the halloween mazes and not just sit around in an empty park. I wouldn't be this angry if the park was actually good, but I am furious because each haunted house had only like 6 people working and felt extremely unfinished. The layout of freight fest was terrible and I had to walk around the whole park twice to find each haunted house because there was absolutely no signage! Most of the rides weren't even running, which I understand, but also frustrated me. Going to Great America and doing their freight fest is much more affordable, and 100 times better. I have never seen a Halloween theme park as disappointing as Six Flags Discovery Kingdom. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY