Six Flags Fiesta Texas

(210) 697-5000 | View Website

17000 Ih-10 West, San Antonio, TX | Directions   78257

29.604601 -98.604713

 
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Six Flags Fiesta Texas
Six Flags Fiesta Texas
Six Flags Fiesta Texas
Six Flags Fiesta Texas

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Reviews for Six Flags Fiesta Texas

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

waste of time and money – We drove a 900 miles to come here for spring break with six flags at the top of our list. What a waste. Flash pass is the worst thing to come to six flags. People stand in extremely long lines for hours and then because someone pays $150 extra they can bump you out of line and you are left waiting longer. We rode 5 rides in 8 hours due to lines and flashpasses. Our money is the same money other people paid with. Never again will we waste a dime at six flags. Go to the zoo for fun and fairness.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

DON"T WASTE YOUR MONEY – This park has no concept of what "customer service" means. Add rude, inconsiderate staff to the excessive prices, long lines for lame rides, and terrible food and you have all the makings of memoriiers that will last a life time. Even free tickets would be to great a price to pay for my return. San Antonio is a great city to visit but don't waste your money at six flags. A far better value ($ and entertainment) can be had at Sea World.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

SIX FLAGS – went to alot of six flags around the U.S. san antonio one is ok, not great but not bad in same time, they don't have that many wrolkoster but all in all it is good to have a six flags, just advice the best six flags is in New Jerseay, it is the BEST!!!!!!

Recommends
4.5
over a year ago

For live entertainment, thrilling rides and a great suntan, this theme park tops the list. – The Appeal
Its location in an old limestone quarry sets it apart from other Six Flags parks and puts guests in another world surrounded by 100-foot rock walls. Crowds of teenagers wait in line for thrill rides while families make their way over to rides like Yosemite Sam's Wacky Wagon and Taz's Tornedo.

Facts and Figures
The park is divided into five different areas--Crackaxle Canyon, Los Festivales, Spassburg, Rockville, and the Boardwalk--each featuring shows, attractions, food and rides based on the area's theme. The Superman Krypton Coaster climbs almost 16 stories then drops just as far at 70mph. For a walk on the softer (and cooler) side, take a seat in one of the theaters to enjoy an award-winning show. Or, take a dip in the one million-gallon wave pool and the Lone Star Lagoon.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Fun for All! – This theme park is awesome. Great for the young and old. My son and husband ride all the rides while my mother and I walk around sight seeing and shopping. The burgers are Pete's Eats are wonderful. Kinda expensive but worth it. The night show at this park is beautiful. I love this park being built surrounding a cayon wall. Ten times better than Sea World which is too much walking because it is spread out.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

All in one – The culture, food, rides, swim park, shows all in one park. I love it. Great with kids or without.

Recommends
4.0
over a year ago

Time For All – This venue definitely provides something for everyone. The idea that surrounds offering different regions of the world to visitors was unique and spirited. I definitely enjoy it every time I visit.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Awesome – Its a fun place to go. You should go to Six Flags Fiesta Texas.

Doesn't Recommend
2.0
over a year ago

What a waste of time! – My husband and I went there this past weekend (5/18/02). We didn't expect a large crowd as school is not out yet and "summer vacations" haven't really started. We were horrified to find that a middle school from all over Texas was at the park that day. It was literally swarming with people. The food was poor and expensive, get a $10 discount (per ticket) from the Visitors Center across from the Alamo. We watched the Rockville Show, but were disappointed at the quality.

 

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