Six Flags Discovery Kingdom is Northern California's only combined marine life, wildlife and wild rides destination delivering Northern California's most thrilling theme park experience. Our 135-acre park features exciting wildlife shows, interactive animal encounters and exhibit attractions and the most daring and thrilling roller coasters around. You'll experience a full day of fun and discovery as your adventure includes enjoyment of over 40 rides and attractions, plus wildlife encounters, with such opportunities to feed a giraffe, sea lion or touch a stingray. Sign up to participate in our popular dolphin swim program and really get to know these engaging marine mammals one-on-one. With eight thrilling roller coasters, you won't want to miss Medusa with its 150-foot plunge and the one-of-a-kind SUPERMAN Ultimate Flight! With wet and wild water rides, kid-friendly play areas like Looney Tunes Seaport, Tava's Jungleland and Seaside Junction, there's something for all ages, all year long.
New in 2016
The most anticipated new ride to come to Northern California in 10 years is here! The Joker takes the best of a wooden coaster experience and adds dual purple and yellow colored steel tracks in this wild and chaotic ride that features the first ever step-up under flip inverted roll, plus 3 inversions, the only breaking wave turn on the West Coast and 15 extreme airtime moments. Opens May 29!
You can purchase your 2016 Season Passes today for unlimited visits to the park with our huge July 4th Fest through to Fright Fest presented by SNICKERS® and our popular Holiday in the Park celebration.
Holiday in the Park, Northern California's premier holiday celebration wit all new Six Flags Dazzle light show
Northern California's biggest and most terrifying Halloween event is Six Flags Fright Fest.
Roar, the iconic wooden roller coaster will close on Sunday, August 16 to make room for future expansion.
Beloved male walrus, Sivuqaq passes away
Head-Shaving Fundraising Event to Benefit St. Baldrick's Foundation
Calling All Daredevils for Newest Daring Thrill Ride
Liz and Valerie, the park's two remaining resident elephants were relocated to a safari park in Oregon.
Breast cancer survivors gather to form the biggest Circle of Promise during the Six Flags and Komen event.
Six Flags turns pink for the Cure with Komen Sacramento to raise breast cancer awareness in African Americans.
Female sea lion pup born June 9 to mother Alani and believed to be sired by Sgt. Nevis, a rescued sea lion.
Guests should get ready for a boatload of fun on the new Tsunami Soaker interactive water ride.
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