It’s not Christmas, but it is the most wonderful time of the year….for kiddos. That’s right, Spring Break! And what is the perfect companion to no homework? A trip to Six Flags Over Texas, of course, to enjoy great food, family entertainment and Texas-sized thrills. Arlington is centrally located in the region, so we are perfect for a quick weekend trip. There’s a ton to see and do at the theme park, and here are some of our top suggestions to maximize your Spring Break smiles:

  • If part of your fun involves finding a great deal, listen up. The Arlington CVB is the only place that offers exclusive savings to combine hotel rooms with both one-day AND 2-day Six Flags Over Texas passes. No one else will save you the green that we can. Who loves ya?

  • Adrenaline junkies can enjoy more than 14 world-class roller coasters and nearly 20 thrilling rides. And there are plenty of rides for kids throughout the park. Families will want to find areas like Bugs Bunny Boomtown for maximum cuteness.

  • Superhero and comic book fans should note the park’s alliance with DC Comics, so you can be chillin’ like a villain in Gotham City with themed roller coasters like HARLEY QUINN Spinsanity, MR. FREEZE: Reverse Blast and JUSTICE LEAGUE: Battle for Metropolis. Get your photo taken with Batman or one of the other JLA members. Or grab a superhero cape from the gift shop and strike your best Wonder Woman pose. Selfie time!

  • Cool off with an adult bevy or be a kid at heart again with Pink Thing, which is the park’s iconic, frozen cherry-flavored treat on a stick.

  • Food abounds at the park, and you’ll find something for all ages and price points. Enjoy Asian cuisine, pizza, hot dogs, burgers and even a BBQ smokehouse. Prefer a healthy option? Or are you gluten-free? No worries, we got that too.

  • Take a load off to watch live music, local bands, Six Flags Karaoke, the Spring Break Performance Feature series, and Spring Break Lip Sync Challenge. 

  • See the soon-to-open AQUAMAN: Power Wave water coaster! This, the park's 15th coaster, will launch riders backwards and forwards, straight up, and then down more than 700 feet of track for a massive splash down. It isn’t open yet, but that’s ok! It just means you’ll have to plan a return trip.

  • Staycationers…we heart you, too! Buy your 2-day pass, an exclusive combo deal, for tickets only.

  • More good news! If you can’t make it to Arlington for Spring Break, Six Flags Over Texas is open every weekend in 2020!

So put some “spring” in that step, March 7-22, and make plans now for the best, most memorable and electrifying spring break getaway yet. YOLO!


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Six Flags Over Texas Spring Break, March 7-22