It can get a little pricey here but I figured if you only go twice in a year then it is worth buying the yearly pass. Also pay for the plastic soda cups so you can get free refills on your return visits.
Six Flags Magic Mountain
- BBB Rating:
Summer Hours (2015/06/07 - 2015/08/07)Mon - Fri10:30 am - 9:00 pmSat10:00 am - 10:00 pmSun10:30 am - 9:00 pm
Spring Hours (2015/04/13 - 2015/05/17)Mon - Fri10:30 am - 6:00 pmSat10:30 am - 9:00 pmSun10:30 am - 8:00 pm
- General Info:
- With 260 acres and over 100 different attractions, this theme park has something for everyone.
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Spanish Info Line: (661) 255-4854
Guest Relations: (661) 255-4103
- Thrill Rides, Family Rides, Kid's Rides, Live Entertainment, Dining, Shopping, Season Pass, Group and Educational Events, Lost and Found
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Parking: Lot, Private
Posted: 6/18/2012Provided by Citysearch -
Drove out here with a few friends of mine, and of course a park like this you're going to have fun if you try out all the crazy roller coasters. The only thing that really sucks is high cost of everything and really long lines, coming in the summer isn't advised. Just be prepared when you come, you'll most likely spend a lot of time here. Still, rides are fun.
Posted: 12/31/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Frankly, all I can give stars to would be the rides. The rollar coasters are built for speed and fun and, if you like thrill rides, this is the place.
However, this is not a cheap experience, or very efficent. We were there during winter break and the average line was 1 1/2 to 2 !/2 hours long. Plan to spend most of the day waiting. Here is where the money part starts: you can avoid the super long wait by purchasing one of three levels of ""flashpasses"" and they are NOT cheap. A family of four is going to have to roll out a few hundred bucks to make the rides accessible.
Food? Forget it. Very limited choices. Small bag of plain popcorn is five bucks and the few meals available (pizza slice, chicken fingers, burger) come in ""baskets"" with add ons whether you want them or not. These ""baskets"" are really just a few cold fries and are priced at a ridiculous $8.99. Sodas and water begin at 3.75. Good luck finding anything other than the above -- unless it's ""Dipping Dots,"" which franchise seems to have a strangle hold on the place. Very little variety.
Don't forget parking for $15.00. Bottom line: If you have the cash, get the flashpass, eat before or after you go, and then it might be enjoyable.
Posted: 8/28/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Rides are fun, food is expensive, pack a lunch in a cooler- you will be better off. Not a lot of healthy options here. Bathrooms stink, one ride is near the dumpsters, so if you like the smell of rotting food on a 100 degree day you came to the right park. If you loose something on a ride, nobody will help you. I lost my ID, park pass, on a ride and it's been a week, and I don't think they even bothered to look. Which explains why there is so much trash beneath the rides. Oh and they charge $25 for a replacement park pass. Yeah right, thanks for nothing. Great park policy, nice customer service. You aren't the only theme park in so-cal. If you go be careful, once in the park you are on your own, nobody is there to be helpful, the staff is just there waiting for you to leave.
Posted: 8/9/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Been to six flags quite a bit and the lines while long really aren't as bad as disneyland or most other theme parks. The food is generally very bland and over priced but with a Wendies just down the hill it's not a big deal. The only complaint I'd have is their lost and found which I've had possibly one of the most infuritiating situations with. I lost my phone on Deja'Vu and saw it on a net hanging just about twelve or so feet over the exit. I reported it immediately in the morning and was told it would only be able to be retrieved early the next day, perfectly understandable. However here I am three weeks later and not only has not a single e-mail I sent been returned but I've called multiple times and listened to the phone wring or sit on hold for hours on end. Finally when I did get a reply I am told that the processing or lost items, do to the number coming in, can take up to a month. This is complete nonsense because the people sitting in lost and found couldn't possibly be so busy as to be a month behind on these things, a week maybe, but a month? What are they doing? There's never a line at lost and found except at the end of the day and even then it's a minimal one what could they possibly be doing the whole time the parks open? Overall, good rides, bad food, decent lines and horrible customer service.