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Six Flags Fiesta Texas


category : Amusement Parks
Set in a limestone quarry, the 200-acre park highlights Texas culture and music. Attractions include such rides as "Superman Krypton Coaster," and Boomerang, a super coaster that throws riders for a loop and then all over again backwards! The Park also has two water attractions: Lone Star Lagoon and the five-story Texas Treehouse.

Top-notch live show productions are featured along with top-name concerts in spring and summer months. Fiesta Bay Boardwalk is a '50s-'60s-era boardwalk that features a 90-ft. Ferris wheel and more.


Hours: Daily summer; weekends spring and fall . Closed Dec. - Feb.
Address: 17000 I-10 W.
Phone: 800-473-4378
Our Website:www.sixflags.com

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Six Flags Fiesta Texas

Set in a limestone quarry, the 200-acre park highlights Texas culture and music. Attractions include such rides as "Superman ...