6 Bucket List Items to Complete
What’s on your theme park bucket list? We bet most of your "list" items can be fulfilled at Six Flags America. Here are some great bucket list ideas that you can check off your list.
1. Soar through the air on FIREBIRD when it opens in May.
Have you ever dreamed of a new roller coaster experience? The FIREBIRD coaster will be your chance when it opens in May. Thrill seekers will soar through incredible twists, drops and turns at 56 miles per hour all while seated in state-of-the-art floorless trains. Soar like a bird along an exhilarating path that takes off with a heart-pumping 9-story drop. We'll save a seat for you and bet that you will want to ride over and over again!
2. Go white water rafting.
You can experience an authentic whitewater adventure on Renegade Rapids. Our 9-person rafts will float down the raging river, twisting and turning as you encounter rocky patches, wild waterfalls, and turbulent currents. You never know which way the untamed waves will twist your boat—just like a real whitewater journey. These obstacles will make your drift unpredictable and very wet.
3. Conquer a fear of heights.
You’re determined to overcome your fear of heights, and what better way to do that than by riding some sky-scraping rides? It’s a long way down from the top of the impressive 200-foot SUPERMAN: Ride of Steel, one of the largest coasters in the area. You can also see a great view of the park from the top of Apocalypse, as you stand up to face your fears at 100 feet in the air. And don't forget The Wild One, with its 10-story drop, was once the world’s tallest coaster!
4. Meet someone famous.
What about meeting some famous characters for your bucket list? Only at Six Flags can you meet the entire Looney Tunes gang, including Bugs Bunny, Tweety, Daffy Duck, andSylvester. They’re all waiting to greet you. You can hug them, give them high fives, and even take pictures with your favorite character. After you meet them, you can enjoy the rides named and themed after them.
5. Complete a backflip.
You can flip head-over-heels at Six Flags without even taking gymnastics. On The Mind Eraser, you’ll overturn numerous times in the inverted, looping, rolling, and spinning track. And it’s no joking matter that you’ll flip upside-down four times as you spiral and twist on THE JOKER’s Jinx until you don’t know which way is up.
6. Break a world record.
Many people dream of breaking a world record, and at Six Flags America, you can be a part of record-breaking history. At 5,400 feet long, 74 miles per hour, and 200 feet tall, SUPERMAN: Ride of Steel is one of the tallest and fastest coasters on the East Coast. Furthermore, The Wild One set a record the day it was built as the tallest coaster in the world. And the Mind Eraser holds a place in history as one of the first inverted looping coasters ever built.
What’s on your bucket list?