Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, CA

26101 Magic Mountain ParkwayValencia, CA 91355
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Overview

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.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Valencia Travel Experts
  • One of the best thrill parks--anywhere.
  • Full Throttle, the world’s tallest and fastest looping coaster.
  • LEX LUTHOR: Drop of Doom, the world's tallest vertical drop ride.
  • Twisted Colossus, the world's longest hybrid coaster.
  • Bugs Bunny Land, a six-acre playground for kids.
  • Parking fees apply.
  • Lockers available to rent.
  • FLASH Pass available to skip ride lines.
  • No outside food or beverages.
  • In 2016, Six Flags Magic Mountain will debut an all-new ride experience, The New Revolution.

Description

from Six Flags Magic Mountain
Six Flags Magic Mountain is known as the “Thrill Capital of the World,” the 260-acre theme park features 19 world-class roller coasters and over 100 rides, games and attractions for the entire family and was voted by USA TODAY readers as America’s Best Theme Park.

The New Revolution debuted in 2016 to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the world’s first 360-degree looping coaster. The New Revolution features newly designed trains, special ride effects and a new look.

Among the park’s world-class roller coasters and thrill rides are Twisted Colossus, the world's longest hybrid coaster; Full Throttle, the world’s tallest and fastest looping coaster; LEX LUTHOR: Drop of Doom, the world's tallest vertical drop ride; Tatsu, the tallest, fastest and longest flying coaster on Earth; and much more.

We haven't forgotten our youngest guests. Within Six Flags Magic Mountain is Bugs Bunny World, a six-acre, interactive wonderland featuring numerous rides and attractions that provide thrills for kids and adults alike.

Parking fee: $20 or $35 for valet parking.

Reserve Los Angeles Customer Reviews

2 Reviews
tracy dudley
Lindon, UT
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"If you love Roller-Coasters - GO!!!"
January, 2018
Great fun if you love roller coasters, & by using Reserve Los Angeles, we saved $150 off every package we checked from other companies!
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Tip: Parking is $25 & Can't bring outside food in

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Julia Kratky
1 Review
"Back of Walt"
January, 2016
Im 10 an OMG this is park the best park ever!!!!! Disneyland SUCKS Knott Berry Farm meh
but six flags my god i'd marry it my only suggestion is to make the restraints smaller on tatsu! but every thing else is AMAZING I rode all the rides and ackknoldge im 10 so eh yea
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Tip: Make sure you like fun rides. be 48 or more inches

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pinkglitterprincesss
San Jose, California
"Fun"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed April 21, 2018 NEW
Great ride lots of fun in the back or in the front. The middle is average. I always wait extra time for the spot I want
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Kitman
Oxnard, California
"Rollercoaster Fest! - April 2018"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed April 20, 2018 NEW
If you like roller coasters, this is a park for you! A friend invited me on a buddy pass...so I couldn't refuse. It's been 10 or so years since I was last here. A lot has changed. Some rides are gone and a lot have been added. The first thing that caught my eye was the $25 parking fee! Now when it comes to roller coasters, I'm as big of a wimp as they come. But as my buddy said, I had to "man up!" First ride: Full Throttle totally caught me off guard with the sling shot launch. Yeah, it scared me...but it was really fun too! We were only there for a few hours and only got on several rides. Being early and midweek, there were virtually no lines. This meant re-riding the same ride multiple times in a row. We rode Tower of Doom (a drop ride) twice...first time with a clear view. But on the second ride, we opted for the virtual reality option. This made the ride a lot less scary as you didn't see your height. Of all the rides, my buddy indicated the X-2 coaster was the best so we saved it for last. We walked right to the front...again, the park was pretty empty midweek. We got on...after a little bit of a wait sitting there, my buddy said he hoped something wasn't wrong cause it never takes this long. Right on cue, the ride began to reset to disembark us and an announcement said to get back in line and that there will be a short wait due to a technical problem. After about 10 minutes the announcement changed to "go to other rides" as they were experiencing an extended delay and didn't know when/if the ride would come back online. So that ended our day. Fun times! But like some other reviews have mentioned, this park is geared more toward bigger kids (most coasters require kids to be at least 48 inches tall...otherwise the safety restraints won't properly secure them).
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mellyjordie
Beaconsfield, Australia
"Amazing "
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed April 12, 2018 NEW
Great place to go for families with teenagers... buy the fast pass - it pays for itself - we had an awesome day with memories to last a lifetime xx
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MLGTRD
North West England, United Kingdom
"Great day no queues 👍🏼"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed April 11, 2018 NEW
We had a great day. Was there from 0930-6 on a Wednesday so quiet . Walked onto lots without waiting. We loved them all and done most twice ! Superman is scary, that drop! Not for younger children though
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Cannolaxxx
London, United Kingdom
"Great park-get maximum with minimum spending"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed April 09, 2018 NEW
It was our first USA amusement park and we loved it. We visited it on Wednesday during Spring breaks, we were worried it will be too full and thinking to buy the flash pass to ride as many rides as possible. But we didn´t buy it, and we did good. I don´t know if they were so well organized or simply the park wasn´t so much crowded, but even without the flass pass we did 22 rides (our favourite ones twice), without running, with time to eat and rest and leaving park at 8:15 pm. My suggestions how to get maximum: 1. The parking gates open at 9:30, so be there around 9, to enter among the first. From the parking you have to walk to the entrance, where is security control (they check you everything, to me also pockets in my jacket). If you arrive later you can get stucked in the queue here. 2. Go to the gate, choose the one with less queue and wait there till they open. 3. First make the rides where are limited seats (because here later will be longer queues)-those are: Superman, Full Throttle and Drop of Doom 4. Then go for X2, Tatsu, Golliath, Twisted Colossus (most required, if seems to be too long waiting time come back 1-2 hours before closing) 5. During the peak time go for less required rides: all the others not mentioned above (Green Lantern and Tidal wave were closed during our visit, so I can´t suggest anything) 6. Check also the map in order to go to the rides that are close to each other to avoid loosing time by runnig from one side of the park to the other. A coaster that is really for kids is Ninja-avoid it. They don´t update waiting times very often and even if it was written 45 minutes (the longest waiting time we have seen), we arrived and it was empty and we could ride immediately. Or even if it looked that the queque is long and waiting time was 30 minutes, it was fast and we waited 15-20 minutes (simply, always less that expected). Some rides have paid lockers-we didn´t have any backpack so we didn´t use them. 2 hours (maybe because was getting colder) before closing people started to leave the park, we left 45 minutes before closing and it was already almost empty, no waiting times. So in the last hour was possible to ride many rides. I don´t know if we were just lucky to had possibility to ride so many rides, or it was a good organization of the park (I am sure in summer is more crowded), but we really enjoyed a day spent here. We bought the packet-accommodation + tickets for whatever day-if we subtracted from the total price of the packet the price of accommodation, in this way price of the ticket was only 50 dollars/1 person. So look for these offers.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Six Flags Magic Mountain

How much is parking?
Parking is $20 or $35 for valet.

What is the refund policy?
Tickets purchased on this site are non-refundable. We do not offer cancellations, refunds, rain checks or exchanges. Please be sure you have selected the correct tickets before completing your purchase.

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.

Is smoking permitted in the park?
Six Flags allows smoking only in areas identified as designated smoking areas. E-cigarettes may only be used in designated smoking areas. All other areas in the parks are smoke-free.