Take a seat and travel in style in these charming cable cars as you fly 100 feet over the Six Flags.
Behold the shining cable cart beauty. Built in 1968, the Sky Buckets was one of the first attractions at Six Flags Over Georgia. For over 50 years, the Sky Buckets have been a family go to when you're ready to lay off your feet and take a relaxing trip across the park.
You will be able to see almost every section of the park from an aerial view. Make sure you wave hello, when you pass others!
Sit back, relax and enjoy the ride as you and your party take in the view and find safe haven from ghouls and monsters on this sky-way adventure that runs between the Legends of the Hooch and the Harvest Festival section of the park.
Once onboard, you will be able to see all of your favorite rides and the horrifying fog that has engulfed Six Flags Over Georgia’s scenery from seven stories high. If you listen closely, you will even hear the screams of guests below you.
Everyone knows flying is better than walking, especially when it means avoiding the terrifying horrors that await you below. So whether you just want to take in the view, run away from monsters or just let Six Flags take you from one end of the park to the other, these sky buckets are sure to be a frightening favorite for all.
Height Requirement: Min. 36″
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