Summer Fun! Get Ready For New Rides And Enhancements At Six Flags Over Texas
When you make your yearly visit to Six Flags Over Texas this summer, understand the park is in the middle of a multi-year transformation and you may want to read this before you leave your house. There have been a ton of changes at the popular Texas amusement park.
What Are The New Changes To Six Flags Over Texas?
Your money is no good here.
Seriously, cash is useless at Six Flags now as they have gone cashless, so you need either a credit card or your phone to make transactions in the entire par. But they'll also be new food choices, and you'll see freshly painted buildings and new landscaping.
Extreme Flying Experience At Six Flags Over Texas
One of the newest attractions is basically a modification of The Texas Skyscreamer according to NBC DFW made to have riders feel like they are flying, now being called the Extreme Flying Experience.
Riders will wear a flight suit soaring belly down 400 feet in the air at 40 mph!
Trading in a traditional seat for a flight suit to soar “belly-down,” 400 feet in the air at 40 miles per hour. It’s made to feel like riders are literally flying.
New Rides At Six Flags Over Texas
There will reportedly be two more brand new rides called Pirates of Speelunker Cave, which is a modified version of the Cave Dark ride, and the new AQUAMAN: Power Wave, a new multi-launch water coaster.
Six Flags Over Texas Hours
Currently, Six Flags Over Texas is only open on weekends but the full daily schedule begins on May 30th.
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