Located in San Antonio, Six Flags Fiesta Texas invites visitors to explore its six themed areas (Rockville, Spassburg, Los Festivales, Crackaxle Canyon, KIDZOPOLIS, and Fiesta Bay Boardwalk), enjoy its award-winning live shows, and experience its variety of rides for adventurers big and small.For teens to adult riders, Superman: Krypton Coaster boasts the world's tallest vertical loop and suspended seats, Scream offers a 205-foot drop, and Poltergeist is a powered coaster that kicks off from 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds.For younger riders, Bugs, White Water Rapids is a classic water flume ride, and the Crow's Nest Ferris Wheel gives riders a 90-foot view above it all.
Spin at 40 miles an hour at the top of a 20-story tower on the appropriately-named SkyScreamer.The Boomerang rockets riders through three quick loops, then sends them back to the beginning, in reverse.Goliath's name is no exaggeration; the giant steel roller coaster includes huge loops and twists, reaching speeds of 50 miles-per-hour.
Rates for Individual Tickets and Season Passes can be found here.
Best time to visit
The park is open March through November, mostly on weekends, except in the summer, when it's open all week long.
Near by POI
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