Since it’s opening 45 years ago in 1967, Six Flags has transformed itself, changing from mostly historical themes based on American history, to today’s fun and family oriented themes. Many of the attractions in Six Flags are based on cartoon or superhero themes, and today the park features some of the most extreme rides to be found in any theme park.
Six Flags divides their rides into three main categories. They are : Thrill rides, providing an extreme experience; Family rides, where both adults and kids can join in the fun, and; Kids rides, where the junior members of the family can have a day filled with fun and laughter.
New for 2013 in the Thrill rides section is the SkyScreamer. Standing 24 stories over Six Flags, the SkyScreamer is an open swing ride that swings you in 98 foot circles, moving through the air at over 40 m.p.h. The SkyScreamer will give you an outstanding panoramic view of the park and surrounding areas. Old favorites such as Batman : The Ride, Superman : Ultimate Flight and The Georgia Scorcher are also guaranteed to give you lots of thrills.
Taking a break from the action, food and refreshments are never far away from you at Six Flags. You will find a variety of eating establishments spread throughout the park, catering to every taste. You can choose between grabbing a quick snack or ice cream, to having a full meal at one of the many restaurants.
After your meal, you can catch a show courtesy of some of your favorite Looney Tunes characters. You get a chance to watch them at their side splitting best, and maybe have the opportunity to get up close personal with your favorite character.
During the season, Six Flags also puts on daily events. Among these are Physics Day, Military Appreciation Day and much more. Coincide your visit to Six Flags by making yourtravel arrangements and hiring a bus from Bus Rental Atlanta.