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Six Flags America Bowie

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Six Flags America
13710 Central Avenue
Bowie
MD
20721
Tel: 301 249 1500

Directions

BY METRO Take Metro's Blue Line towards Largo Town Center and exit at Addison Road. Transfer to the C21 Bus and exit in front of Six Flags America. FROM RICHMOND AND AREAS SOUTH Follow I-95 North to the I-95/395/495 interchange. Continue on I-95 North towards Baltimore. Cross the Woodrow Wilson Bridge into Maryland, continuing on I-95 North. Take Exit 15A, Central Avenue East. Six Flags America is located approximately five miles from the exit, on the left. FROM ANNAPOLIS, THE EASTERN SHORE AND POINTS EAST Take Route 50 West to Route 301 South. Follow Route 301 South for approximately five miles. Exit onto Route 214 West, Central Avenue. Six Flags America is located approximately three miles from the exit, on the right. FROM BALTIMORE AND AREAS NORTH Take I-695 to Exit 4, I-97 South. Follow I-97 South to Exit 7, Route 3 South towards Crofton/Bowie. Route 3 becomes Route 301 South at the Route 50 intersection. Stay on Route 301 South for approximately five miles. Exit onto Route 214 West, Central Avenue. Six Flags America is located on Central Avenue, approximately three miles from the exit, on the right. FROM WASHINGTON, D.C. Take I-495 to exit 15A, Central Avenue East. Six Flags America is located approximately five miles from the exit, on the left. FROM CHAMBERSBURG, PA; WESTERN PA Take I-81 South to I-70 East, towards Frederick. Stay on I-70 East for about 22 miles. Take Exit 53 to I-270 South. Bear right on the ramp, and continue on I-270 for about 32 miles to I-495 East. Take Exit 15A, Route 214 East, Central Avenue. Six Flags America is located approximately five miles from the exit, on the left. FROM HARRISBURG AND YORK, PA Take I-83 South to I-76/York/Baltimore/Pennsylvania Turnpike. Continue on I-83 South for about 65 miles. You will see a sign reading "I-695 W to I-83/BALTIMORE". Continue onto I-695 (Baltimore Beltway Outer Loop) to Exit 4, I-97 South. Take I-97 South to Exit 7, Route 3 South towards Crofton/Bowie. Route 3 will become Route 301 South at the Route 50 intersection. Remain on Route 301 South for approximately five miles. Exit onto Route 214 West, Central Avenue. Six Flags America is located on Central Avenue approximately three miles from the exit, on the right.

Where are we going today?

Six Flags America is one of those iconic parks in America that families just LOVE! With thrills for those dare devils, spills for those water lovers, and a lovely range of family and kiddie rides for those little ones.

They know that thrill seekers come in all sizes, so they have a ton of options for everyone!

Thrill seekers, listen up because these ones are for you! New in 2015 ist he Bourbon Street Fireball, which clocks it up as the 10th coaster that will bring the heat to anyone who rides it!

The end of the world will feel close on the Apocalypse, with 10 stories of steel with unnerving drops, and you can ride with the masked superhero on the Batwing Coaster!

Have you ever slid down a 6 story downhill adventure with a trapdoor to launch you out on the Bonzai Pipelines, and you can reverse your scares on Roar where you go backwards at over 50mph!

Of course, don't worry if you have little ones, because there are pint sized thrills just for them! There is plenty of water fun with slides, beaches, as well as a fun splash zone with pop-jet water fountains. Want to keep your feet dry? Of course! They can giggle and jiggle on a bouncy tower lift, swing in the fun swinging chairs, or lift up up and away on some hot air balloons!

There is so much to do, you might have to fill out two family days because one day won't be enough!

Of course, it wouldn’t be Six Flags America if there wasn’t live entertainment, so check the times once you arrive so you can plan your day around it!

It’s a special kind of Six Flags America excitement! 

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$59.99
  • Children$39.99 (Under 48")
  • Free Under: 2 years.
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

Seasonal timetables.

Opens April! Closes around October.

Teachers corner

With group discounts, why wouldn't you bring the kids! Great way for them to learn physics, or just have a great time! .

I'm Hungry!

There are TONS of food options, from All-American fare, to Asian cuisine, ice creams, Italian foods and snacks!.

Healthy Eating!

The park have veggie burgers, lean wraps, salads and gluten free fare to keep you going! .

Any Top Tips?

If you buy your tickets online you get a discount! .

Need a little extra help?

The park has good accessibility, but visit Guest Relations when you arrive to see what rides you can go on, and they can help you out! .

Can I get one of those?

Plenty of chances to bag a souvenir! From shirts, toys and games, you might have to start saving your pennies now! .

What people are saying?

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    If you are planning to go to six flags America over the summer, don't. I live 5 minutes from there and it is horrible. First, it is extremely ghetto and not very clean. There are too many fights and the food is not good. All the trouble making teenagers will ruin your experience. Save your money and go to a more family friendly amusement park, such as Busch Gardens. Not raunchy, old six flags America.

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