Six Flags Over Georgia
- General Info:
- Six Flags has the world's largest inventory of branded roller coasters including Batman - The Ride, Superman Ultimate Escape and The Joker s Jinx. Six Flags Over Georgia features many attractions including Skull Island, Ridgeline Racer Coaster and the Crazy Bus. Six Flags is one of the world's largest regional theme park companies. Through its subsidiaries, the company owns and operates more than 25 parks in North America. Six Flags parks serve 34 of the 50 largest metropolitan areas in the United States including Atlanta, Los Angeles, Houston and Seattle. Six Flags was founded by Angus Wynne and opened in 1961 in Texas.
I know not how to win souvenirs in the ride section let alone the weight challenge tent/game.I went there a very long time ago and bought a tape of recorded karoke music and tried to make people laugh later on the group bus and did too be a b-ball player but not softball(a first baseman)and never traveled to Georgia only through, when gas was fifty five cents a gallon and i had vivid imaginations.
Six Flags is so overpriced. $50 per person + $15 for parking. Food is expensive and of poor quality (The "deal" while we were there was $49 for a family pack that included 12 chicken fingers, 2.5 lbs of fries, and 4 drinks....really?!?) Also expect to pay additional fees for some attractions. We were there for frightfest. The haunted house was $12 per person after 6 PM. "The Last Ride", a simulator in which you lay in a coffin for less than 2 mins, was $5. $1...view more2 for a refillable drink cup (refills free the day you buy it, $1 per refill thereafter).
Not much to do here. Waits for the good coasters are 60 min to 3 hrs, so you pretty much waste your day in line. Of course you can purchase a fast pass for $30 to $87 per person. There aren't enough non-coaster rides. Just bumper cars (which we waiting an hour for), the monster mansion, the train, mine ride, sky buckets, and swings. I was even forced to give up my seat on the mine ride after waiting 45 mins because a small child sat in front of me and the employee did not feel the bar was lowered far enough for him. Safety is important, but an effort should have been made to switch our seats with someone smaller or to have me stand to the side for the next train.
I also expected alot more for frightfest. The "spooks" wandering around the park were pretty tame and I'm pretty convinced they pay young girls to run around screaming to try to drum up interest.
All in all, I can think I can find better ways to entertain two people in Atl for $100+.view less