Six Flags America is dedicated to families and helping to unlock more inclusive guest experiences. Sensory Sensitive Days, Wednesday, August 17, are inclusive, not exclusive, park experience days. They are perfect way to enjoy all the rides and slides you know and love, but on a day focused on reducing environmental triggers throughout the park.
All guests are welcome!
Six Flags America is proud to be a Certified Autism Center providing both resources and tools for guests living with Autism. While guests visit the park, they can expect the following:
- Reduced park audio
- Delayed operation of select loud attractions (LOONEY TUNES Prop Warehouse, Whistlestop Train & Bourbon Street Fireball)
- Quiet break areas throughout the park
- Access to park rides
- Increased signage warning of severe environmental disruptors
To make the most of your day at the park, please consider the following items BEFORE your visit.
Guest Relations, located right inside the park’s main entrance, will be available to help unlock additional resources to enhance your day at the park:
- Check in for the Attractions Access Program
- Complimentary earplugs are available as supplies last
- Get an event sticker to show your support for Sensory Sensitive Day
- Get a link to and answer questions about the Six Flags America Accessibility Guide
IBCCES & CERTIFIED AUTISM CENTERS™
Six Flags America is proud to be the first Certified Autism Center™ in the DMV, providing both resources and tools for guests living with Autism.
The Certified Autism Center accreditation is in partnership with the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES), the only credentialing organization providing this form of certification. As part of the program, guests now have access to trained park leadership and additional support elements. Specialty guides have been developed to highlight the various sensory impacts of each ride or attraction to help with planning a day at a Six Flags park.