robbalvey wrote:So wait...where exactly is it in the park??
Robb, the exact location is where the old tram turnaround used to be located and next to the picnic grove. The drop is located right above the entrance, and the far turnaround is directly about the drop off-zone. The 3rd pic from the top, which is the path leading to Goliath, is right next to the park entrance on the left side.
I think that's odd that you can stand right under the first drop and the loop, I would think that would pose a safety hazard. I wonder if they will put up any netting to keep loose object from flying off and hitting people since that is a pretty high G force point.
I really like the colors on this though, it looks better than some of the Batmen themed ones and I think it certainly looks a lot better than the other San Antonio "Batman"
Six Flags Fiesta Texas Announces Addition of 'Wiggles World' For Spring 2009
New Area Themed Around The Most Popular Children’s Entertainers In The World
Six Flags Fiesta Texas announced today plans for an all new interactive children's area, Wiggles World, featuring delightful adventures, food offerings, and live entertainment designed just for kids. The area will be located in the heart of Spassburg and will open in Spring 2009.
“Although Six Flags is known for excellence in live entertainment and extreme thrills, our ultimate focus has always been on the family experience. We are excited to present this unique area for little ones and their parents to enjoy together,” said Six Flags Fiesta Texas President Martin Bozer. “Wiggles World will offer a variety of new adventures including colorful rides, live entertainment, branded merchandise and delicious food options all geared to the younger set.”
The Wiggles are the most popular children's entertainers in the world, and Wiggles World will be designed to showcase their vast recognition and status among children ages 2-6. Since 1991, The Wiggles have performed to more than 1 million audience members a year. To date, they have sold more than 22 million DVDs and videos and more than 5 million albums worldwide; The Wiggles' successful television show has been broadcast on Disney Channel's Playhouse Disney since 2002.
Wiggles World will feature specially themed rides and attractions including The Big Red Car ride, The Big Red Plane ride, The Romp Bomp A Stomp coaster ride, The Fruit Salad Yummy Yummy ride, The Wiggly Trail ride and a uniquely themed S.S. Feathersword's Playship structure for exploration and fun. The area will also feature a retail location, the Wiggles Gift Shop, and a restaurant with delectable creations—Yummy Yummy Café.
Wiggles World will be populated by The Wiggles' cast of supporting characters: Dorothy the Dinosaur, Captain Feathersword, Wags the Dog and Henry the Octopus, who will pose for photos and perform in daily shows in their own “Get Ready To Wiggle” show at Wiggles Theater.
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Last edited by larrygator on Sun Dec 11, 2011 6:27 pm.
Glad to see that they are continuing to add Wiggles Worlds. It was sad to see that The Great Escapes version only had two rides for the little ones and their families. SfGam, SfGadv, and SfNe have excellent sections with at least 5 rides!
Can anyone confirm the possibility of the coaster to be a re-theme or completely new?
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