Treat the kids to a day out at Six Flags Mexico, a large theme park featuring rides ranging from easygoing to unreasonably intense. Explore the themed village zones, from "Cowboy" to "Polynesian," with many superhero-themed rides and parlor games to enjoy. Bear in mind that you cannot take bags and backpacks on the rides, and should leave your belongings in the onsite lockers. Expect to queue for entry and rides, unless you reserve your tickets in advance and pay extra for fast-track tickets. Before you head to Mexico City, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Mexico City day trip website , to make sure you see all that Mexico City has to offer, including Six Flags Mexico.
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  • It is the first time I visit this park and I am very pleasant to be surprised by the variety and quality of attractions. The park is very well planned to satisfy everyone. It has excellent games and a huge variety of restaurants for all tastes and pockets I highly recommend it on your next visit to Mexico City
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  • Between games that remain closed, and abandoned attractions and businesses that apparently stopped having some kind of maintenance a long time ago, stands an amusement park where almost everything goes wrong, From the parking lot you walk around a place abused that needs to be urgently resurfaced, employees (most) serve you in a friendly way and I understand that it should be a monumental task to give support and maintenance to the whole park and the attractions, but it is logical that with what they charge and the memberships they advertise you around the whole park don't earn enough, to give a paint to many places or to update its attractions. I think they got too far away from the original concept and now they're focused on selling food at high prices, when they used to sell a pleasant and fun experience. It's a pity that a place named Six flags is in such deterioration.
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  • We had a lot of fun trying the various roller coasters! Superman was the favourite, though by 2:30 the lines were getting long for a weekday. Arrive right when it opens to try the popular rides first! Our first ride (Medusa) had no line, so we stayed on for 3 times. Cons: Process to validate online tickets was cumbersome (took 20+ minutes). Couple rides were closed. Very few food options with really nothing vegetarian /vegan and all food quite expensive (normal for amusement parks I suppose). Few cons but we had 40% off entrance promo so still gets 4 stars. If you don't want to have a sore neck by getting your head jolted back and forth - don't go on Boomerang!! The ride is certainly not smooth and we all had headaches after. Others were also holding their necks after coming off the ride.
  • Very fun spot to go but not as big as the one in Cali. Try buying the popcorn pack which includes refills on popcorn and drink. Also buying the golden year package includes parking and bunch of discounts all around the park(worth it). It does get really packed so if you can arrive very early or/and buy the flash pass that will get you set. If you smoke there are designated areas around the park also. Be ready to get soaked in water rides. Enjoy.
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