Six Flags Great Adventure, the world’s largest theme park, plans for more roller coaster thrills and Halloween scares in 2015. The 510-acre theme park, which was recently voted America’s second best theme park by USA TODAY readers, debuts the park’s thirteenth roller coaster El Diablo – a pendulum-style thrill ride that offers gut-wrenching loops with maximum “hang time,” and expands its notoriously scary Fright Fest Halloween festival with two new indoor mazes, “Big Top Terror,” a 3-D, black light experience, and a terrifying surprise maze. Next door, Hurricane Harbor introduces its first outdoor grill and new, luxury cabanas.
Find out what's happening at the park. These articles have all the latest on rides, entertainment and special events making news at Six Flags.
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Fifth-Annual ‘Grape Adventure’ Wine and Food Festival
Monstrous Fright Fest Features Three New Attractions in 2014
Six Flags Great Adventure Announces New Looping Coaster and Bigger Fright Fest for 2015
Celebrate with twelve innovative and exciting coasters.
Readers of USA TODAY voted Six Flags Great Adventure as one of the top 2 theme parks in the US.
Healthy male pup named “Kona” weighed approximately 18 pounds at birth on June 25.
Join us in August for several action-packed events and concerts.
Riders plummet from 415 feet into the sky at speeds of up to 90 miles per hour.
Six Flags Prepares for the British Invasion
Animal Education, Fiestas and Daily Operation Begins
Zumanjaro: Drop of Doom Today Breaks World Record for Tallest Drop Ride at 41 Stories
Park Opens April 12 for 2014.
Move Over Winter...Here Comes the Bloom
Animal Care Team Plays 'Mom' to Three Fuzzy Lion Cubs
Six Flags offers a wide variety of positions and paid internships and provides team members many benefits.
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