Get ready for an adrenaline rush at Six Flags Magic Mountain. Lauded as the best thrill park in the world, there are 19 world class roller coasters and over 100 rides, games and attractions included with your ticket purchase. In addition to the nail-biting fun for older kids, Bugs Bunny World appeals to the little ones so the whole family can experience a day of theme park fun.
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If you love roller coasters and thrilling rides then this is the place! X2 is one of the best roller coasters I have ever been on! Many other high thrill rides like Superman, Drop of Doom, and many others. Fast Pass good on crowded day. It is not really great for those who do not love thrill/scare rides, as they have very few activities other than eating for this kind of guest. Corn on cob pretty tasty and their funnel cakes are yummy too! BBQ best bet food wise! Our 100+ Teens loved it! We got picnic package with ticket which was good deal but food just okay (hot dogs, chicken fingers, corn, baked beans, rolls and salad. Had ice cream also, overall not great for strict eaters. Picnic area okay but a bit boring with covered area and plastic tables, had yard area but not made for eating just playing and kinda hidden from eating area. Tidal Wave was closed while we were there but other water rides open. They are very nice and accomodating to groups - suggest getting there 45 min. Before it opens so you can get through security and run to ride you want first.
Visalia, United States
Lines getting into the park were poorly managed, everyone passes through metal detectors but unlike every other amusement park in the US, they don't separate those with and without bags to expedite entry. Once inside the park is a lot of fun, tons of roller coasters and most lines are well managed. Food is pricey as expected, but the quantity and quality needs improvement for the price point. A nice change from Disney, need some additional in park transportation due to lots of steep hills. Not recommended for wheelchair guests or those with challenges walking long distances and up and down steep grades.
It was the best experience for roller coaster rides. The thrill was endless!! there was at least 20 different roller coaster rides.
First of all - we loved the rides. Best thrill rides on our whole vacation in the States (we were there for 6 weeks which included 11 different theme parks). However, the park was lacking! The theming was terrible and the place just looks extremely run down. The lay out is horrible and needs a make over!!!!! We purchased the Platinum Flash pass which was ridiculously expensive however as we were there at a peak time only for 1 day, we thought we might as well. We only needed to use it on a few occassions (in particular for Twisted Colossus which it would only allow you to use it once). We also paid extra for X2 which stopped working half way through the day before we had used our Flash Pass for it so we had to fuss around getting a refund. Another thing that bothered us was how disorganised the lines were. We had purchased the flash pass but spent a lot of time working out how to get onto the ride (it just seemed that the Flash pass line was an after-thought and had us walking up exit lines and back stairs to figure out where to go!). Another frustrating aspect was that even though the flash pass got us past a lot of people in the line, we still had to wait a LONG time once we were scanned on. We could not figure out how the flash pass actually cut out 90% of the wait time!! And finally, we were disappointed that the ban of the use of go-pros/cameras on rides was not properly advertised. We had a go-pro attached to our wrist once we were strapped into a ride (after not seeing any signs to say it wasn't allowed). We ended up having one staff member rudely telling us it wasn't allowed and that we had to leave it on the side of the ride whilst we rode it (it's an expensive camera- we weren't just going to leave it!). When we told her we wouldn't just leave it on the side of the ride, another more pleasant staff member came up and said that it was ok if we didn't use it and put it in a locker straight after we rode (which we were happy to do - we had just put all our other belongings in a locker). These two staff members proceeded to disagree about what should be done, all whilst the entire line looked at us. We didn't care that we couldn't use our camera- it would have just been nice to know in advance and that the two staff members didn't need to have caused a scene. We got off the ride before it began, put our go-pro in the locker and went back on the ride. After all of this, we asked the staff member where it said we couldn't use the camera and she didn't have an answer for us!! It did say in small print on the map which we saw afterwards, however as we had just came from Disney where their ban on items such as selfie sticks was plastered all over the place, we expected more from Six Flags and would have happily not brought along our gopro.
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How much is parking?
Parking is $20 or $35 for valet.
Are pets allowed?
Pets are not permitted in the park, with the exception of service animals. Six Flags Magic Mountain does provide kennel services. Please ask a parking attendant for the location outside of the park.
Are strollers and wheelchair rentals available?
Located in Six Flags Plaza behind Guest Relations. Strollers, wheelchairs, and electronic wheelchairs (ECVs) are rented on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Are lockers available?
Lockers are located behind Guest Relations. Lockers may not be reserved in advance. There is a nominal daily charge, plus a refundable key deposit.
What happens if it rains?
The park contains all types of activities, many of which are not dependent upon good weather, including indoor shows, games and arcades. While some rides and shows may close due to rain or wind, they are opened as soon as the weather clears. Refunds and rain checks are not offered.
What does my Six Flags Magic Mountain admission ticket include?
Admission ticket includes unlimited fun on rides, attractions and shows with the exception of special events and certain attractions that require a fee.
Do you offer a non-rider ticket?
No, you have to buy an admission ticket to enter the park. They offer a wide variety of shows, attractions, slides and other entertainment.
Is the FLASH Pass included with my ticket?
No, this is an additional price and can be purchased at the park. THE FLASH Pass is an electronic ride reservation system that holds your place in line at the park's most popular rides while you enjoy other attractions.
Can I re-enter the park if I have to leave for some reason?
Guests who leave the park and plan to return must get their hand stamped before they leave the park at the exit e-entry gate. When Guests return to the park, they must enter through the re-entry gate with a proper hand stamp or re-entry will not be allowed.
Does my child need a ticket?
Children two years old and younger receive free admission to Six Flags Magic Mountain.
What items are prohibited?
No outside food or beverages, coolers or pets (other than service animals). No recreation wheels, or skate shoes or any footwear with wheels. Weapons of any kind, firearms, pocket knives or tools, selfie stick, monopods or similar devices. Guests entering the Park will be asked to pass through metal detectors and carry-in inspection area.
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