While at the park, match the number posted on the display item at the Crackaxle Canyon Mini Museum to the number in the Mini Museum Key below for more info about that item.
The Crackaxle Canyon Mini Museum is located in the windows of the old Radio Ranch building located across from the waterfalls in the Crackaxle Canyon section of the park.
Mini Museum Key
- 1992 Crackaxle Canyon Original Park Map & Guide: In 1992, guests used this original park map and guide to learn more about Crackaxle Canyon’s featured attractions and amenities.
- Crackaxle Canyon uniforms/costumes: These festive ensembles were once worn by a few Crackaxle Canyon team members in the park’s early days.
- Foam photo of The Rattler: While the Iron Rattler may now proudly reside in Crackaxle Canyon, the glory days of the original Rattler can still be seen in this photo.
- Photo of The Rattler construction: The Rattler’s original construction in 1991 is memorialized in this photo.
- Welcome to Crackaxle Canyon Sign: When visiting the park in 1992, this sign welcomed guests to the rollicking 1920’s boom town of Crackaxle Canyon.
- The Rattler’s front car nose: A monumental piece of Six Flags Fiesta Texas history, The Rattler was once considered to be “the world’s tallest, fastest, and steepest wooden roller coaster” at the time of the park’s opening in 1992.
- The Rattler logo: This “The Rattler” logo was featured in the original queue line.
- The Rattler Ride Safety Sign: This “The Rattler” ride safety sign were featured in the original queue line.
- San Antonio Express News front page detailing The Rattler’s closure: This front page of the Express News detailing The Rattler’s closure was the talk of the town in 2012.
- Photo of The Rattler: While the Iron Rattler may now proudly reside in Crackaxle Canyon, the glory days of the original Rattler can still be seen in this photo.
- KJ97 Radio Ranch Sign: Crackaxle Canyon was once the former home of KJ97 Radio Ranch, which proudly played classic 90s country live from Six Flags Fiesta Texas.