Six Flags Mexico
Find the attractions you like best from around 50 options at Six Flags Mexico. Bring the youngest kids to enjoy the gentle appeal of carousels and kiddie cars in Bugs Bunny Boomtown and Cowboy Village; take older children and thrill-ride aficionados to the Batman, Wonder Woman, and Justice League rides in Villa Hollywood.
Once you tire of all of the adrenaline, take a break at the snack bars or catch a live show. Six Flags Mexico is Latin America’s most visited theme park, so book admission tickets in advance to guarantee entry and save time waiting in line on the day you arrive.
Things to Know Before You Go
Receive a 50 percent discount on the admission price during your birthday month, when presenting your birth certificate and an official ID.
There are ATMs, lockers, shops, and a baby change area on-site.
Most rides at Six Flags Mexico are accessible to wheelchairs and strollers; both are available to rent within the park.
How to Get There
Six Flags Mexico is located in Tlalpan, a borough in the southwest of Mexico City. Most visitors find it easiest to arrive by car. Drivers should navigate to the Pichacho-Ajusco Highway and look for the exit to Six Flags. On-site parking is available. Six Flags Mexico also is accessible via public transit. Take the metro’s Olive Line (Line 3) to Universidad, where there is a stop dedicated to Six Flags buses.
When to Get There
Six Flags Mexico typically is open Tuesday to Sunday, from midmorning to midnight, although schedules may change, so check online in advance. Plan to ride your favorite roller coasters either early in the morning or after 5pm, when lines may be shorter. Avoid weekends and holidays for the least crowded experience.
Six Flags Mexico Rides
With around 50 rollercoasters, rides, and attractions to choose from, it’s tough to know where to begin at Six Flags Mexico. Speed fiends won’t want to miss Batman: The Ride roller coaster. The Supergirl Sky Flight carousel will please fans of spinning rides. The 4D Wonder Woman Coaster is the only one of its kind in Latin America.
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