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|The park's main attractions are Wicked Cyclone (and unique RMC creation), Superman: The Ride, Joker and Batman: The Dark Knight. Other attractions that can't be missed are Houdini: The Great Escape (Vekoma Mad House), Harley Quinn Spinsanity, New England SkyScreamer and Pandamonium (a spinning coaster with a small footprint and low capacity.) |
On those hot summer days, the park has a full-size water park included in the park admission. For the young ones, the park has two dedicated areas: Looney Tunes Movie Town and KIDZOPOLIS. The highlight of these areas is The Great Chase roller coaster.
It is best to get to the park when it opens and head straight to Bizarro; that will allow you to get a ride or two in before the lines build to over an hour long.
|The park has several options for food from BBQ (JBs Smokehouse), to seafood (Bay Street Fishery) to hamburgers (Johnny Rockets Express). Panda Express has a very limited menu at SFNE. For the sweet tooth, the park is home to Peaches and Cream and Sweet Shoppe.
For more information on dining options please see the park's website:
|The park is open from mid-April to October, with daily operation starting in late May and ending in August. For hours of operations on the date of your visit, please check the park's website at:|
|Established Seasonal events|
|The park holds the annual Fright Fest event during weekends in October.
Holiday in the Park runs between Thanksgiving and New Years (mostly on weekends) with limited ride openings
|Access & Location|
|For GPS Navigation Devices the parks physical address is:
Route 159, 1623 Main Street
Agawam, MA 01001
From Boston: Take Mass Pike-West to Exit 6. Follow I-291 West 4.2 miles, merging right onto I-91 South to Exit 3 (Agawam). Cross bridge and take first exit. Follow rotary to Route 57 West, then take Route 159 South (Main Street) 2.9 miles to Six Flags New England.
From Albany: Take Mass Pike-East to Exit 4. Follow Route 5 South 5.8 miles to Route 57 West (Agawam/Southwick), then take Route 159 South (Main Street) 2.9 miles to Six Flags New England.
From New York City: Take I-95 to I-91 North to Exit 47W. Follow Route 190 West to Route 159 North, and continue 3.8 miles to Six Flags New England.
Access to the park is provided by Peter Pan Bus Service from Boston, Worcester, Springfield, and Hartford
|There are no lodging options within immediate proximity to the park.
The closest town with lodging is in Enfield, CT where options include a Hampton Inn, Clarion Inn, and Holiday Inn. There is also a Holiday Inn Express and Comfort Inn in nearby East Windsor, CT. |
|Virtual Queue Options|
|The park does offer the Flashpass electronic queuing system, in both regular and "gold" versions. For pricing and other information, please visit the official park website: |
|For more information about shows, please visit the park website: |
|Six Flags New England sits on the edge of the Connecticut River, hence the former name of Riverside Park.|
The park is highlighted by two very good coasters surrounded with a few more above-average coasters. Superman: Ride of Steel and Wicked Cyclone The park contains a wide variety of flat rides, many of which are unique to American audiences. There are plenty of rides for families to enjoy together, including the those in the water park.
Sometimes in the summer the park will attract a surly, less patient crowd.