Six Flags New England

Gate Prices: Adult $59.99 / Child 49.99

4.5/5 2 Reviews
Six Flags New England
Gate Prices Adult $59.99
Child $49.99
Welcome to the only place in New England where you can Ride zero-gravity coasters, get dropped from 115 feet in the air at speeds of 55 mph, and then immediately go cool off on an extreme water coaster! This pass gives you access to Six Flags New England and Hurricane Harbor, combining the best summertime theme park thrills into one fun-filled day-trip that's just a short ride from Boston! 

Six Flags New England and Hurricane Harbor, located in Springfield, Massachusetts are the perfect warm-weather excursion.  Just a car ride from Boston, this amusement park provides all the action and adventure you and your family could hope for, and you can even cool off at Hurricane Harbor for some extra fun. See below for a look at the rides and highlights at each.

New in 2015, is the intense Wicked Cyclone hybrid coaster! This innovative attraction will be the 11th coaster to join the Coaster Capital of New England with the classic thrills of a wooden coaster and the speed of steel track. Don’t miss the New England SkyScreamer - the tallest of its kind in the world, lifting you 400 feet in the air, swinging you around at 35 miles per hour and providing stomach-churning spins along with breathtaking views. With something for everyone, children can play in one of the four kids’ areas. These rides spin, fly and take kids on journeys that are perfect for their age. Experience New England’s largest Halloween attraction Fright Fest, as the property provides Thrills by Day and Fright by Night weekends in the fall.

 

Six Flags New England

 

Batman-The Dark Knight: This heart-pounding roller coaster takes you up 12 stories you in a ‘flying chair’ and sends you into two corkscrews, a vertical loop, a dive loop, and even a zero-gravity roll.

Bizzaro: Voted the #2 Steel Coaster of 2011 by Amusement Today, this ride features fog and fiery special effects.  Bizarro plunges you 221 feet into the twisted world of Bizarro, as you fly along at 77mph, banking turns and soaring through weird buildings and open-aired “S-shields”.

 

Mind Eraser:  This suspended looping coaster (presented by SNICKERS) leaves you hanging at 115 feet in the air before dropping you at speeds of up to 55 mph on one loop that you’ll navigate five times and three different ways.

 

Tomahawk: This thrill rides simultaneously spins you while it swings, at 18 revolutions per minute. 

 

Thunderbolt: This Six-Flags classic wooden roller coaster has been in operation since 1941, bringing riders 7-stories high in a giant figure 8.

 

Hurricane Harbor

 

Typhoon: Catch a wave on this extreme water coaster and ride down its twisty, turny course in a three-passenger raft.

 

Tornado: This awesome ride drops you more than seven stories into a 60-foot funnel/tunnel, and forces you into 5,000 gallons of churning water until you reach the gulf below.

 

Cannonball Falls: This incredible ride features three 32-inch, high-speed water-tube body slides that churn over Hurricane Harbor.  The green slide rivals the height of Six Flags Batman ride!

 

Big Kahuna: This four-slide inner tube complex is a real treat for anyone wanting to cool off.  Big Kahuna propels riders into a criss-cross course, before dropping them into a pool below.

       

Getting In

Redeem your Go Select pass for a Six Flags admission pass at the Group Sales Window - Main Gate.

Hours

Mid-April-May: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday;
May 22–August 31: Open daily
September–October: Weekends only.
Please call or visit web site for hours.
Hurricane Harbor Water Park open Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Please note, Go Boston Card holders may enter this attraction until closing or 5:00pm, whichever comes first.

Closings

End of October through mid-April. May be closed major U.S. holidays.

Address

1623 Main Street
Agawam, MA 01001

Driving Directions

From Boston: Mass Pike West to Exit 6. Take I-291 West for 4.2 miles, merging right onto I-91 South for 2.8 miles, to Exit 3 (Agawam). Cross bridge and take first exit. Follow rotary to Rte 57 West then to Rte.159 South (Main Street). Continue south for 2.9 miles.
 

Reviews for Six Flags New England

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 4.5 out of 5 stars (based on 2 customer ratings)
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[2 of 2 customers found this review helpful]

Fun Family Day
By Suzy Verified Reviewer from Roanoke, IL on
Pros:
Safety is important, Clean Park, Lots for all ages
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Six Flags New England & Hurricane Harbor:

We took our 3 boys ages 9 and 11 for the day and they had a blast! We went on a week day and the lines were not too long. Get the souvenier Six Flags drink cup for $15 and you can get free refills all day long. Go early to the rides you want to do before the crowds get there. In the water park you had to rent a tube if you wanted one for the lazy river area. Overall a very fun day for the family!

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[4 of 4 customers found this review helpful]

Go for the coasters
By Leena Verified Reviewer from Salt Lake City on
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Smart Destinations Six Flags New England & Hurricane Harbor:

The Batman and Bizarro roller coasters are THE BEST! Love the water rides too even though the lines are long. Parking is disorganized and pricey at $20 - they lose a star for that.

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