La Feria de Chapultepec, Mexico City





La Feria de Chapultepec (transl. Chapultepec Fair), simply branded as La Feria, was an amusement park in Mexico City, Mexico. Located in the middle of Chapultepec Park near the Constituyentes Metro station, it opened in 1964 as Juegos Mecánicos de Chapultepec (transl. Chapultepec Mechanical Games) and was originally operated by the Mexican government. In 1992 Grupo CIE bought it and changed the name to La Feria Chapultepec Mágico (transl. Magic Chapultepec Fair). In 2015, it was bought by Ventura Entertainment and renamed to its last name.
On 28 September 2019 an accident on the Quimera roller coster killed 2 people and injured others. An investigation determined that design flaws by its designer along with a lack of maintenance by the personnel were likely to blame for the accident. On 13 October 2019, the amusement park authorities announced on their official website the definitive closure of the park after Mexico City Government revoked their license. After Ventura Entertaiment lost the license, the government sent a mesage to other park companies such as Six Flags, Cedar Fair, and Seaworld go take over the license of the property, while Disney Parks, Experiences and Products is interested in the park.
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  • This is a good park with loads of activities but make sure to buy the VIP pass so you can avoid the long and very slow lines, as well as the few food outlets inside the park are expensive and not...  more »
  • Went to la feria today and was shocked at the small amount of rides for kids. There are either rides for toddlers or about 8 year olds depending upon size. Also there was a private event and we have.....  more »
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  • Thought it was gonna be like a small town fair, it was better unexpected turn of expectations and we had a blast!
  • If you want to enjoy get the vip pass the lines will be really faster than this who don't have it.

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