Free Six Flags Over Georgia Tickets

Six Flags Over Georgia is to the west of Atlanta and is easily accessible off Interstate 20. The park covers an area of  230 acres (1.10 km2) and opened on 16 June 1967.

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The park was founded by Angus G. Wynneonly and was the second Six Flags theme park to open after Six Flags Over Texas and combined with Six Flags St. Louis they represent the only three parks in the Six Flags chain to have the honor of using the “Six Flags” name from the outset.

Six Flags Over Georgia Rides
The current park features around forty rides, amongst which are currently ten roller coasters. The Dahlonega Mine Train is the oldest on the site and dates back to the original opening in 1967. The remaining coasters in chronological order are the Great American Scream Machine (1973), Mind Bender (1978), the Georgia Cyclone (1990), Ninja, Batman: The Ride (1992), Georgia Scorcher (1999), Superman: Ultimate Flight (2002), Wile E. Coyote Canyon Blaster (2004) and Goliath (2006). Goliath is notable for being the first hypercoaster in the southern US.

Not al visitors want to ride coasters so there are a wealth of other attractions for those seeking less thrills. Acrophobia, which opened in 2001, was the worlds first floorless freefall tower ride whilst the historic Riverview Carousel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Six Flags Railroad, an original ride dating from 1967, is a great way to see park.

Free Six Flags Over Georgia Tickets
Free Six Flags Tickets are available through clicking one of the links on this page. Alternatively your can purchase tickets either at the gate or online. Free tickets are available for children under two. A range of season passes are available, many of which get you access to other Fix Flags theme parks.

The Georgia park is open from March through to October. Opening hours vary depending on season and any special events taking place.

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