While at the park, match the number posted on the display item at the Los Festivales Mini Museum to the number in the Mini Museum Key below for more info about that item.
The Los Festivales Mini Museum is located in the storefront window outside of Heroes Gifts & Collectibles in the Los Festivales section of the park.
Mini Museum Key
- 1992 Map – 1992’s Original Park Map and Guide for Los Festivales
- Piñata Photo. In the park’s early days, Los Festivales was home to Texas’ Largest Piñata!
- Mi Pueblito – The Mi Pueblito restaurant was a go-to spot for hungry six flags guests – once located where our Season Pass Center resides today. With a menu filled with delicious Tex-Mex options and a fictional family history of delightful Fiesta Texas characters, the location was known for both its food and its atmosphere.
- Opening day collage – Six Flags Fiesta Texas’ opening day featured an energetic celebration on the grounds of Los Festivales. Filled with excited Looney Tunes and even more excited guests, the park burst to life with joy of what was to come.
- Fiesta Texas Certificate – Sold as a way for guests to show their support for the park – this certificate would allow its owner to symbolically own a square inch of the park’s grounds. The certificate is then signed by fictional characters Sam Houston Hayes of Crackaxle Canyon and Rafael Ventolera of Los Festivales.
- Patsy Torres – Tejano artist Patsy Torres graced the stage of the Teatro Theatre at Six Flags Fiesta Texas in early years of the park’s history. The performer later went on to win awards for not only her music, but her humanitarian efforts as well.
- Coke bottle – In 1992, to celebrate and commemorate the grand opening of Fiesta Texas, Coke released this limited-edition bottle. Six Flags Fiesta Texas and Coke have since shared many years of partnership.
- “Celebrate” Article – Shortly before the opening of Six Flags Fiesta Texas in early 1992, “Celebrate” was published. This article features the ‘soon to be’ musical show park, along with its rides and world class entertainment.
- Fiesta Texas team members once adorned traditional Mexican-inspired clothing whilst working in the Los Festivales area of the park.
Mexican Paper Flower – They are widely used as decorative flowers for houses and parties. Also known as Mexican marigold and flower of the dead. These beautiful arrangements were handcrafted and available for purchase in the early years of the park.