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Six Flags Fiesta Texas San Antonio

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Six Flags Fiesta Texas
17000 IH-10 West
San Antonio
TX
78257
Tel: 210 697 5050

Directions

Six Flags Fiesta Texas is located just 15 minutes from downtown San Antonio. You'll find us at I-10 West and Loop 1604. Take exit 555, La Cantera Parkway.

Where are we going today?

It's Six Flags time! Are you ready for fun, adventure, and LOTS of thrills...and even spills! Six Flags Fiesta has so many attractions and rides, you might have a hard time trying to get them all done in just the one day!

Right - are you ready to talk some serious coasters? Six Flags Fiesta KNOWS great roller coasters - want to hear about a few? Let's go! 

First - some exciting news! NEW in 2015 - the new Batman 4D coaster - you will have never seen Gotham City like this! Are you brave enough? This world class 4D Free Fly Coaster will give those brave thrill seekers a completely immersive, high-speed adventure around Gotham City. Your ride starts as you board the latest creation by Batman himself, and embark on a mind-warping thrill coaster with TONS of special effects! 

We'll leave the vertical drops as a surprise! Oh...we may have said too much....!

Perhaps you want to take on the Bahama Blaster - that EXTREME water slide for those over 48". The Big Bender is a perfect storm of pulse-racing and classic elements which you will experience on your raft in the enclosed slide. The Blowout is a super fun drop on a body slide, and the Frisbee - weeeeee! Spin, swing, and swoop your way around this super dizzying ride! 

Families, there are rides all for you that you can enjoy - from the wavy Lone Star Lagoon with a wave pool shaped like Texas (how fun!), bumper cars where you can try and out manoeuvre each other, as well as that old classic - the ferris wheel. 

And for those littlest thrill seekers who are too small for the bigger rides - there are tons of great rides just for you! They will spin and fly these little ones on magical journeys that are age and height appropriate. From that classic carousel to a jiggly, bouncy bouncing tower, there is plenty to do so they don't feel left out. 

Water, thrills, relaxing rides and a TON of family fun - get down to Six Flags Fiesta and experience it all for yourself! You know you want to! 

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$67.99
  • Children$51.99 (under 48")
  • Free Under: 2 years old
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

Hours vary for the month, so check before you go.

April to October

Teachers corner

What a great place for kids to learn! Yep - the park couldn't run without physics, so why not bring the science class to enjoy the fun? It's also a great place to celebrate an end-of-year reward! .

I'm Hungry!

Food is fuel, and you need fuel to keep enjoying those thrill rides over and over again! There is so much to pick from at Six Flags - from American fare, to Asian, ice-cream, Italian, Mexican, and snacks. Take your pick! .

Healthy Eating!

The park ensure there are salads, fresh fruits, and gluten-free options so you can stay healthy all day long! .

Any Top Tips?

To avoid long lines, the best times to visit are weekdays during summer, and any day during April, May, Sept and October. .

Doing our bit

Safety is first priority for the park, so make sure you check what the height restrictions are for the rides - they are there to make sure kids are only going on the rides suitable for them. .

Need a little extra help?

Six Flags Fiesta Texas is one of the most ADA-accessible theme parks in the nation. They offer rental of wheelchairs, motorized chairs, telecommunication devices for the deaf (TDD) and assisted listening devices in indoor theaters. .

Baby Facilities

There are a number of strollers available in the park - you can find them for rent just inside the front gate. .

Can I get one of those?

From apparel, to candy to gifts of your Six Flags experience, you will find a range of items to take home after you have enjoyed your amazing and THRILLING day! .

More information

Call the park before you go to take advantage of the best discounts, and to plan your activities so you don't miss out! .

What people are saying?

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    I moved to San Antonio the same year the park opened. I have gone many times over the years. I promise you, this is one of the cleanest theme parks you will ever visit ! KUDOS ! I love the wide assortment of rides. They have several rides that toddlers can ride as well. Yes, sometimes the lines are long. Try going midweek during the summer. Food is overpriced, but you can always bring your own coolers and get your hand stamped. Leave the park to eat and then return. This park has much to offer. Ignore the haters, slather on the sunscreen and...Read More

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    I don't know if the park if trying to keep up with higher energy costs or they are being greedy. Parking is $20, food prices are just as inflated. The lines are long and the only way to decrease your wait time is to buy a "flashpass" for over $100. The entertainment is just ok, being theme park quality consisting of teenagers looking for their big break on american idol. I recently went during fright fest and the only thing frightening was how expensive everything was and the poor quality of their so-called scare zones. They consisted of a half...Read More

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    I've always had good memories there every time I go since I was a kid (i'm 31 now). I recently went for the haunted houses. They were very short, and the scare zones were extremely short as well. I recommend lowering the prices to attract more people / volume. Just 2 people was about $180 with haunted houses and parking. A family of 4 can get too expensive for most pockets. I highly recommend upper management to revise admission pricing to increase volume during fall season. I understand summer, but during fall, most people go for the haunted houses.

    If...Read More

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    All of the people below me have negative comments. Well of course it's expensive, but you have the choice to spend money. Six flags is a great park although it is expensive you can still have fun for free.
    *Tips from a local*
    -Go right when it opens on Monday or Sunday for short lines
    -Buy your season pass online (No more pictures or hassle)
    -Bring only the amount you want to spend. $50 should be enough for food and games. (bring extra if you want go-karts,2 man slingshot, and other wastes of money.)
    -IF you plan to come back to six flags make sure...Read More

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    Although I am not a thrill ride person I purchased the Gold Pass for myself to take advantage of the over priced parking fee. My children rides, so I just purchased Thrill Pass. Our second visit to the park on August 1, 2014, I had an accident in the park. I slipped and fell from a water puddle in the outdoor patio setting at the Primo's Pizza. I landed hard on my left shoulder and hit my forehead on the concrete floor. I was taken at the Red Cross bldg. I was given bag of ice on my should and Ibuprofen. It was freezing cold in the bldg. and no...Read More

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by Karen Chovanec

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I moved to San Antonio the same year the park opened. I have gone many times over the years. I promise you, this is one of the cleanest theme parks you will ever visit ! KUDOS ! I love the wide assortment of rides. They have several rides that toddlers can ride as well. Yes, sometimes the lines are long. Try going midweek during the summer. Food is overpriced, but you can always bring your own coolers and get your hand stamped. Leave the park to eat and then return. This park has much to offer. Ignore the haters, slather on the sunscreen and enjoy !

by Antonio C

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I don't know if the park if trying to keep up with higher energy costs or they are being greedy. Parking is $20, food prices are just as inflated. The lines are long and the only way to decrease your wait time is to buy a "flashpass" for over $100. The entertainment is just ok, being theme park quality consisting of teenagers looking for their big break on american idol. I recently went during fright fest and the only thing frightening was how expensive everything was and the poor quality of their so-called scare zones. They consisted of a half a block sections where a handful of kids in masks and make-up walk up to you and growl. Actually they only chase the girls that already look scared. They have a long way to go before they are at the quality of six flags or disney. I thought this was a major theme park, but instead it feels more like an over-priced city fair. It definitely is a tourist trap, because once you are in the park you have no choice but to pay for their expensive food and haunted houses which are not included even after you just payed for admission.. At least Disney lets you bring in food and their fast pass is free. Universal is expensive but definitely worth the price and their haunted houses are included. Six flags…? they have to adjust their prices if not they will end up loosing more business, regardless of what new rides they add. I had not been here in a couple of years and I actually live in San Antonio; I doubt I will return in the next several years, if ever. After you see how much you spent for your family, you will be left with a feeing that you were just robbed and also feel less "amused" than when you first arrived.

by Cesar Faz

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I've always had good memories there every time I go since I was a kid (i'm 31 now). I recently went for the haunted houses. They were very short, and the scare zones were extremely short as well. I recommend lowering the prices to attract more people / volume. Just 2 people was about $180 with haunted houses and parking. A family of 4 can get too expensive for most pockets. I highly recommend upper management to revise admission pricing to increase volume during fall season. I understand summer, but during fall, most people go for the haunted houses.

If you are going during October, get there at 7pm, do haunted houses, and by the time you get out, the atmosphere will be better (spookier).

Also, repaint! UV is taking a toll and makes excellent rides look old.

Props on changing the prizes for Halloween themed characters (i.e. zombie Bugs Bunny).

The highschool was the best haunted house, make it longer. Troll highway was horrible. I did a better job scaring people.

by Ronald Winborne

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All of the people below me have negative comments. Well of course it's expensive, but you have the choice to spend money. Six flags is a great park although it is expensive you can still have fun for free.
*Tips from a local*
-Go right when it opens on Monday or Sunday for short lines
-Buy your season pass online (No more pictures or hassle)
-Bring only the amount you want to spend. $50 should be enough for food and games. (bring extra if you want go-karts,2 man slingshot, and other wastes of money.)
-IF you plan to come back to six flags make sure you get the season pass and buy the souvenir bottle ($15) for 99 cent refills on soda or free on ice cold water.
-Bring sun screen cause it's extremely hot!
-The new Rattler is the best ride now that it got remodeled (I'm pretty sure everyone will agree)
-Water park is fun and free! Was never a fan of the wave pool or pee pee river though.
-The park is what you make it, take the right people and you will have a great time no matter what!
-Most of all have fun!

by mamoleilamar Bebley

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Although I am not a thrill ride person I purchased the Gold Pass for myself to take advantage of the over priced parking fee. My children rides, so I just purchased Thrill Pass. Our second visit to the park on August 1, 2014, I had an accident in the park. I slipped and fell from a water puddle in the outdoor patio setting at the Primo's Pizza. I landed hard on my left shoulder and hit my forehead on the concrete floor. I was taken at the Red Cross bldg. I was given bag of ice on my should and Ibuprofen. It was freezing cold in the bldg. and no blanket was provided. Since my injury did not show any broken bone or bruises I was release with a sports creme applied on my shoulder. Later on that night I was in a lot of pain sleeping on a flat bed. I went to the ER early that morning. Although there were no broken bones showed from the x-ray, I am still in a lot of pain and unable to sleep on my bed. I will NOT buy Season Pass ever again. I don't know if we will be back to the park again this season, it is a total loss of money. I am very disappointed.

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