Six Flags Over Texas, Arlington, Texas
2201 Rd to Six Flags, Arlington, Texas 76011| Map |
Six Flags Over Texas is a major amuseument park located in Arlington, Texas, about 15 miles west of Dallas. It is the oldest park of the Six Flags chain.
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Ratings by kids' ages
- Tots (0-2)
- Little kids (3-5)
- Big kids (6-8)
- Tweens (9-12)
- Teens (13+)
Tips for Families
Certain rides may be closed during severe weather. Pets are not allowed in the park with the exception of working service animals.
Address: 2201 Rd to Six Flags, Arlington, Texas 76011| Map
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- Visited: October 2008
- Submitted: Sep 24, 2013
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- Visited: December 2012
- Submitted: Mar 19, 2013
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Little Kids (3-5) and Big Kids (6-8)
Christmas Time at Six FlagsFlag review
We took our kids for Six Flags version of Holiday in the Park and we all had a blast. The lines weren't that long and there was many things to do for all of us. My wife and myself enjoyed sledding down snow hill while my kids loved riding the kids rides. The only thing that disappointed us was many of the scheduled shows were not being played despite being on the schedule. We also liked the all you could drink hot chocolate deal they had, it really helped with it being so cold. I would recommend bringing your kids out for this, it's a lot of fun for everyone.
Tips for Families
Bundle up and bring a stroller in case one of your little ones gets tired from walking
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Came here on Black Friday, and it wasn't too crowded. I'm a whiny baby and don't want to wait more than 5 minutes for a ride, but 20-30 seemed to be average'ish and was tolerable. Notes: THE PINK THINGS ARE NOT THE SAME. Screw that. They are like cotton candy flavored now and in push pops. Not right. The Runaway Minetrain is so legit, I love it! The new Texas Giant is legit fun. AND YOU WILL LOSE YOUR CELL PHONE. I had a rubber case on my iPhone, it was in my pocket. I thought it felt safe. I ignored the fact that 2500 had been lost so far, and like 7 that day. Nooooo, wasn't going to happen to me. Six Flags has been very helpful so far in getting it back to me :) Props to them! From the security g...
Growing up poor, white trash... this was where my family would "vacation" during the summer. When I was in college, my friend and I had season passes one semester. After our morning classes, we'd hit Six Flags at least every other week until it closed for the season. It pays for itself after 2 or so times. So, it's a bargain as long as you stay away from the trinkets and such. Going during the week when the youngsters are back in school, you'll virtually have the whole place to yourself. I just took my 5 year-old there for the first time. Luckily, he's tall for his age so we could ride rides that I liked too (Shock Wave, Pandemonium etc.) - although don't think he's "Titan Material" just yet. Next y...
MOMS, READ THIS! Best time to go is midweek, go first thing in the morning when they open, and bring a handkerchief to help you keep cool. I took my husband (who hates Texas heat), 6 year old son, and 4 year old daughter. There are plenty of rides to take both children on and cool prizes to win at the game tables (my son won Shadow!). The park was very, very clean and every attendant was kind and helpful. I bought a funnel cake and wasn't so sure we'd like the apples on top and the lady behind the counter told me to bring it back if I didn't like it. The park offers free cups of water at every eating place and there is a mister every 20 or so yards in every direction to help cool off. I haven't been to...