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Proceed past the ticket booths to Ticket Will Call.
Feel brave on Scream, the area's first floorless roller coaster. Enjoy the view from Tatsu, an incredibly tall coaster. Hold on for the many turns on the X2 ride. At this thrill-ride haven, they've got it all, with over 100 rides, games and attractions.
Known worldwide as a thrill-ride haven, Six Flags Magic Mountain is a 260-acre theme park featuring 14 world-class roller coasters and over 100 rides, games and attractions for the brave, the young, and the young at heart! Among the park's first-rate roller coasters and thrill rides are X2, the world's only 5th dimensional roller coaster, Tatsu, the tallest, fastest and longest flying coaster, and Scream, Southern California's first floorless coaster! Wow-that’s a lot of superlatives! It’s safe to say then, that Six Flags Magic Mountain is one of the coolest places to spend time in the San Diego area!
Even if defying gravity isn’t your cup of tea, Six Flags Magic Mountain offers lots of less heart-stopping thrills to keep anyone entertained, as well as more tame versions of the giant coasters for the little’uns. Take a spin on the Grand Carousel or cool off on the Log Jammer ride or Yosemite Sam Sierra Falls! All your kid’s favorite Looney Tunes characters are here in force, including Bugs Bunny, Yosemite Sam, Sylvester, and Tweety Bird—and they can’t wait to join your little one for a picture!
Phone: (661) 255-4100
Website: Six Flags Magic Mountain
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Comments about Smart Destinations Six Flags Magic Mountain:
we had fun with an adult group. recommend for any age. a little further drive but we left early on a saturday to beat any traffic and it was easy. great time!
From Anaheim: Take the Interstate 5 Freeway north. Exit Magic Mountain Parkway. Turn left at the traffic signal at the bottom of the exit ramp going under the Freeway overpass. Proceed along Magic Mountain Parkway to the parking toll booths and the Park entrances.
From Hollywood/Universal City: Take the 101 Freeway north to the 170 Freeway north. Take the 170 Freeway north to the Interstate 5 Freeway north (the 170 Freeway automatically ends at the I-5 North). Take the Interstate 5 north to Magic Mountain Parkway. Exit Magic Mountain Parkway. Turn left at the traffic signal at the bottom of the exit ramp going under the freeway overpass. Proceed along Magic Mountain Parkway to the parking toll booths and the entrance to park.