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|The park's main attractions are the New Texas Giant, Titan, Mr. Freeze, Batman the Ride, Superman: Tower of Power and Justice League: Battle for Metropolis.
Other attractions that can't be missed are Joker, Shock Wave, The Runaway Mine Train, and Yosemite Sam's Gold River Adventure.
For those hot summer days, the park offers three water rides: Aquaman Splashdown (shoot-the-chutes ride), El Aserradero (standard log flume), and Roaring Rapids (river rapids ride).
For the little ones, the park features Looney Tunes USA, with the highlight being Wile E. Coyote's Grand Canyon Blaster kiddie coaster.
|Johnny Rockets is the only chain in the park. Burgers, dogs and chicken can be found throughout the park. JB's Smokehouse tends to get a long line but has some of the better food in the park. Be on the lookout for Bacon Cheddar Ranch Waffle Fries. For the sweet tooth, the park is home to a Cold Stone Limited and Pink Things, a cherry-flavored ice product that has been exclusively served in the park for over 45 years!|
For more info, please visit the park website:
|The park is open from mid-March to December, with daily operation starting in 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 and Holiday In the Park, which is held every year from late November through the end of December on select nights. |
|Access & Location|
|For navigation devices, the park address is:
Six Flags Over Texas
2201 Road to Six Flags Arlington
Arlington, TX 76011
Access by car:
From West Texas: Travel east on I-20 toward Dallas Fort-Worth until you reach the exit for DFW Airport (State Highway 360 North). Travel north on 360 for approximately six miles and take the Interstate 30 (Six Flags) exit on your right. Follow signs to the park.
From East Texas/Shreveport: Travel west on Interstate 20 toward Dallas-Fort Worth until you reach the exit for DFW Airport (State Highway 360 North). Travel north on 360 for approximately six miles and take I-30 (Six Flags) exit on your right. Follow signs to the park.
From Houston: Travel north on I-45 until you reach I-20. Travel west on I-20 toward Dallas-Fort Worth until you reach the exit for DFW Airport (State Highway 360 North). Travel north on 360 for approximately six miles and take the I-30 (Six Flags) exit on your right. Follow signs to the park.
From San Antonio/Austin: Travel north on I-35. When you get to the city of Hillsboro, I-35 will split. Take I-35W North until you reach Interstate 20. Travel east on I-20 toward Dallas-Fort Worth until you reach the exit for DFW Airport (State Highway 360 North). Travel north on 360 for approximately six miles and take the I-30 (Six Flags) exit on your right. Follow signs to the park.
From Oklahoma City: Travel south on I-35. When you get to the city of Denton, I-35 will split. Take I-35W South. Travel south on I-35W until you get to I-30. Take I-30 east toward Dallas until you get to exit 28 (Six Flags). Follow signs to the park.
From Texarkana/Little Rock: Travel south on I-30 toward Dallas-Fort Worth until you get to exit 30 (Six Flags). Follow signs to the park.
Access to park by bus is available through Greyhound.
A trolley service is also available with participating Arlington hotels.
|There are several lodging options within minutes of the park, including Holiday Inn Express, Sheraton, Days Inn, and Howard Johnson. There is also a LaQuinta Inn, which is located adjacent to the park and is within easy walking distance to the front gate. |
|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:
|The park holds concerts at the Courthouse Stage in the Texas section of the park. For the kids, there are also meet-and-greet opportunities with the Justice League and characters from the Looney Tunes. |
For a list of shows and entertainment, please visit the park website:
|The original Six Flags park stands out as one of the best balanced parks in the chain for its thrill rides, efficiency, theming, and ride variety.|
Along with typical franchise food vendors found in all Six Flags parks, SFoT still retains some of their own traditional offerings.
Many of the coasters and flat rides are family firendly with 42" height requirements, allowing families to ride together.