Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, CA

26101 Magic Mountain ParkwayValencia, CA 91355
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Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, California

Overview

Get ready for an adrenaline rush at Six Flags Magic Mountain. Lauded as the best thrill park in the world, there are 19 world class roller coasters and over 100 rides, games and attractions included with your ticket purchase. In addition to the nail-biting fun for older kids, Bugs Bunny World appeals to the little ones so the whole family can experience a day of theme park fun.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Valencia Travel Experts
  • One of the best thrill parks--anywhere.
  • Full Throttle, the world’s tallest and fastest looping coaster.
  • LEX LUTHOR: Drop of Doom, the world's tallest vertical drop ride.
  • Twisted Colossus, the world's longest hybrid coaster.
  • Bugs Bunny Land, a six-acre playground for kids.
  • Parking fees apply.
  • Lockers available to rent.
  • FLASH Pass available to skip ride lines.
  • No outside food or beverages.
  • In 2016, Six Flags Magic Mountain will debut an all-new ride experience, The New Revolution.

Description

from Six Flags Magic Mountain
Six Flags Magic Mountain is known as the "Thrill Capital of the World," the 260-acre theme park features 19 world-class roller coasters and over 100 rides, games, and attractions for the entire family and is voted by USA TODAY readers as America's Best Theme Park.

The New Revolution debuted in 2016 to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the world's first 360-degree looping coaster. The New Revolution features newly designed trains, special ride effects, and a new look.

Among the Park's world-class roller coasters and thrill rides are Twisted Colossus, the world's longest hybrid coaster; Full Throttle, the world's tallest and fastest looping coaster; LEX LUTHOR: Drop of Doom, the world's tallest vertical drop ride; Tatsu, the tallest, fastest and longest flying coaster on Earth; and much more.

We haven't forgotten our youngest guests. Within Six Flags Magic Mountain is Bugs Bunny World, a six-acre, interactive wonderland featuring numerous rides and attractions that provide thrills for kids and adults alike.

Parking fee: $25 or $45 for valet parking.

Tripster Customer Reviews

18 Reviews
Juana Alvarado
Sunland Park , NM
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Awesome"
August 2019
We had a great time!! ;)
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Tip: Wear comfortable clothes

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Bella Diaz
Los Angeles, CA
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"My experience at six flags"
April 2019
Had an awesome day. Every employee was great. Great food. Great service.
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Liliana Contreras
Pleasant Grove, UT
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Waited 5 hours in traffic"
January 2019
Unfortunately I chose to go to magic mountain on an e frénelo busy day. It took us 5 hours to get into the park. Traffic was the worst I’ve ever seen. We only rode two rides before having to leave. The lines to the restroom had a 50 min wait. Fortunately, we went back a few days later and things were much better.
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Tip: Avoid going when it’s crowded and be there before the doors open, around 9:30a to get early parking and be one of te first ones in.

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Brenda Gunderson
Portland, OR
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Fast, Efficient and I Saved Me Money"
December 2018
Using reserve Los Angeles was easy. The hardest part was getting past my fear that because it was a good deal, it might be a scam...but when I called, they put me at ease and answered all my questions. Rates from six flags were higher especially because we were buying our tickets for the same day we wanted to go, we saved $30 a person by using Reserve Los Angeles
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Tip: Bring a sweater for evening and if going during the holidays make sure to stay till evening to see the lights.

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Karin van der Lelij
NL
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Six Flags"
November 2018
It was a great day! Little crowded butr it was on a saturday
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Belanger Brett
Pompano beach, FL
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Six Flags fright fest"
November 2018
We really had a great time at fright fest. It was nice the roller coasters were open at night and the mazes were great
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Tip: You can’t dress up in costumes during fright fest

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Bella Diaz
Los Angeles, CA
2 Reviews
Verified Traveler
"Excellent"
November 2018
It was great, had fun. Went on the rides that I want it to go. Friendly the employees.
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Tip: Going to have alot of fun.

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Jesus Rodriguez
GREELEY, CO
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Six flags fun"
November 2018
The best the of the year spent overall! Rode on all the coasters and enjoyed eveeything the park offers from food to entertainment and rides.
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Tip: This is a thrill park and have some of the best coasters in the country!

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MichaelComeau94
Oceanside, California
"Prepare to walk. A lot."
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed February 19, 2020 NEW
While this is one of the most out of the way parks for those of us nearer to San Diego, if you care at all about big time thrill rides, this is most definitely the place to go. Huge variety of coasters, both old and new, and definitely one of the most iconic places to go for their coaster lineup. Not wholly walkable if you are out of shape since there is no real transport around to the park's various areas, but if you are an enthusiast, this is most definitely a place to go to get a great number of wonderful rides, and some icons that may change within a few years time. Definitely eat outside of the park if you can help it, though. Their prices for food in the park are a T O T A L ripoff. And its just standard fare as far as food and drinks go, so its not like you are missing out on much at all, food wise. The selection of merchandise is pretty big, of course, as the Six Flags parks are across the country and encompass a large number of rides and attractions. I didn't explore too far into the children's side of the park, though I know there is one, but I think overall that if you wanted to go somewhere with your younger party members, I would recommend Disneyland or even Knott's Berry Farm over Six Flags Magic Mountain. This park's definitely more geared towards the thrill seekers over family amusements from all I have seen.
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itsforjulieee
"A Guide to Six Flags from a Ride Junkie "
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed February 18, 2020 NEW
EXTRA! EXTRA! READ ALL ABOUT IT! All you need to know about Six Flags' Magic Mountain! Table of Contents: - Season Pass vs Daily Tickets - Ride Reviews - Fright Fest: Worth It? - Misc: Tips and Tricks (Save Time + Money!) ------------Season Pass or Nah?-------- If you plan on visiting Six Flags at least 2 times during a year, a season pass is well worth your money due to the benefits including: unlimited visits to the park (up to $93/visit ), free parking ($30/car), and Bring a Friend Free days. Additionally, you can visit ANY Six Flags park in the world for free. Fortunately, I was able to scoop my Six Flags Season Pass during their Labor Day sale for $58+tax (70% off!). Benefits includes: upgrade to Gold Season Pass, free ride picture, free skip the line pass, admission to rest of 2019 and all of 2020. I recommend purchasing your season passes near Labor Day since that's when the discounts are largest and upgrades are available. Memberships are slightly more expensive and offer more discounts for food and merchandise. There are different tiers, with increasing levels of discounts. I wouldn't recommend these unless you love repping the Six Flags brand. ------------RIDE REVIEWS------------ MUST-GO: - Twisted Colossus (5/5) - X2 (5/5) - Tatsu (5/5) - Full Throttle (4/5) - only if the wait is less than an hour though. This ride is like 45 seconds long. - Apocalypse (4/5)- a really nice wooden coaster - Crazanity (4/5) JUST OKAY (not worth a wait over 45 min): - Goliath (3/5): after the big drop, it's just okay - Lex Luther (3/5) - Scream (3/5) - Viper (3/5) - The New Revolution (2.5/5) - Gold Rusher (2.5/5): a kids ride that's more fun in the back - Justice League (2.5/5) Battle for Metropolis NOPE (ride only if it's less than 10 min wait): - Batman the Ride (2/5) - The Riddler's Revenge (2/5) - Wonder Woman Lasso of Truth (1/5): barf central. ----------FRIGHT FEST----------- I went on Fright Fest 2019 and it was pretty freaking good. If you already have a season pass, I do think it's worth it for you to spend an extra $20 to get the experience at least once. The whole park is well decorated and the mazes were fantastically spooky. ----------MISCELLANEOUS---------- LOCKERS: Luckily, they are pretty lax on this policy regardless of the signs. The only time I needed to purchase a locker was on X2. Otherwise, every other ride allows you to stash your items on the side. Save your dollar bills and don't purchase an all day locker pass. It's not worth it! START ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE PARK. There's two reasons for this. (1) All the best rides are on the left side (2) the walking experience is better. If you start on the right side, you'll be faced with a very hefty uphill that's very tiring to get through. If you do follow my advice, head straight for X2 because this is the first ride that reaches a 1-2 hour wait time regardless of whether it's off season or not. Next, I'd go to Tatsu which is right next door.
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Tony O
"great fun"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed February 12, 2020 NEW
some of the best roller coasters I have ever been on, As per usual with theme parks the food\drinks will cost you fortune
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grahamcN3769DJ
"Rip off"
TripAdvisor user rating 2 out of 5
Reviewed February 04, 2020 NEW
We are visitors from the UK - Six Flags - doesn't permit you to take in your own food and boy did we find out why! What a rip off for 3rd rate catering way overpriced - 1 x muffin $6 - small pack of Twix bites $5.45 come on - makes London seem positively reasonable and that's a tourist rip off! No hot water to wash hands in any of the rest rooms and some were dirty and unkempt - park generally in need of big face lift. Please please please Disney or Universal buy this park and impose your high standards thereon, it needs you Graham pp Cook family
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MauiWorldTravelers
Kahului, Hawaii
"Thrill Seekers' Utopia"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed February 02, 2020 NEW
Six Flags Magic Mountain has been my favorite theme park because I'm a rollercoaster fanatic! They once held the record for the most rollercoasters in a single park but I think they've since lost it. It's been a few years but what memories... Your excitement builds as you approach the park and see the numerous tubes of colorful steel rising above the tree line. I could've strangled my accompanying friend as he accidentally brought along a Swiss Army knife in his backpack and he didn't trust leaving it with the security office. I'm like "just throw that ***t away, I wanna go in!" He eventually succumbed. Another thing I love about the park is that it's not filled with little kids like Disneyland. PERSONAL FAVORITES: Revolution - Its claim to fame was its vertical 360-degree loop. Other than that, nothing really special about this ride. It's still in operation with a new name "The New Revolution". Log Jammer - While not as uniquely-themed like the version at Knott's Berry Farm, I still enjoyed it as I love water rides. This ride is long gone. Colossus - An all-wood structure with steel wheels on steel track was the ultimate coaster experience. Noisy and rough-riding with big dips. Dual tracks made for a race-like experience. It has been retrofitted to be a steel coaster and renamed "Twisted Colossus". Ninja - What makes this suspended coaster fun is that the carts sway freely, even whiplash-like when going around bends. Viper - As far as fun-factor, this is the best coaster (IMO) in the park as it's fast with corkscrews and loops. Roaring Rapids - 12 passengers, a big circular raft, rapids and waterfalls. Some got soaking wet! Batman: The Ride - Suspended, floor-less, inverted coaster. Your feet are dangling so it feels like you're in a chair flying through the air. Having no floor screws with your peripherals especially with the numerous upside down moments. Superman: The Escape - Ever went 0-100 mph in seven seconds? Damn, this was insane. A small cart shoots you up a vertical track to meet the caped-crusader at the top. Riddler's Revenge - My first standup coaster experience. Unnerving and so much fun with it's g-forces, banks and loops. Deja Vu - You start by being pulled backwards up a vertical track before being dropped, roaring through the station at full-speed, into some twist and turns, pulled straight up a vertical track again then fall back down. Genius! Scream - The platform drops from under you before the ride takes off. Another floor-less coaster similar to Batman: The Ride. Not the greatest but I did buy a t-shirt, LOL. Goliath - While this beast lacks going upside down, its drop height (255' after ascending), is mind-blowing as you head full force into a tiny covered tunnel at the bottom, making you feel like you're about to be decapitated. The g-forces are mean! X - I was freakin' bummed, disappointed, sad and pissed as this was not operating when we were here. Not sure if it was broken but it was enn-eh. Ugh. Was so looking forward to my 4-dimensional coaster ride. OVERALL: I need to get back to Valencia. I hope my older body can still handle it. Only one way to find out!
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Frequently Asked Questions about Six Flags Magic Mountain

How much is parking?
Parking is $25, $35 for preferred, or $45 for valet.

What is the refund policy?
Tickets purchased on this site are non-refundable. We do not offer cancellations, refunds, rain checks or exchanges. Please be sure you have selected the correct tickets before completing your purchase.

Are pets allowed?
Pets are not permitted in the park, with the exception of service animals.  Six Flags Magic Mountain does provide kennel services. Please ask a parking attendant for the location outside of the park.

Are strollers and wheelchair rentals available?
Located in Six Flags Plaza behind Guest Relations. Strollers, wheelchairs, and electronic wheelchairs (ECVs) are rented on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Are lockers available?
Lockers are located behind Guest Relations.  Lockers may not be reserved in advance. There is a nominal daily charge, plus a refundable key deposit.

What happens if it rains?
The park contains all types of activities, many of which are not dependent upon good weather, including indoor shows, games and arcades. While some rides and shows may close due to rain or wind, they are opened as soon as the weather clears. Refunds and rain checks are not offered.

What does my Six Flags Magic Mountain admission ticket include?
Admission ticket includes unlimited fun on rides, attractions and shows with the exception of special events and certain attractions that require a fee.

Do you offer a non-rider ticket?
No, you have to buy an admission ticket to enter the park. They offer a wide variety of shows, attractions, slides and other entertainment.

Is the FLASH Pass included with my ticket?
No, this is an additional price and can be purchased at the park. THE FLASH Pass is an electronic ride reservation system that holds your place in line at the park's most popular rides while you enjoy other attractions.

Can I re-enter the park if I have to leave for some reason?
Guests who leave the park and plan to return must get their hand stamped before they leave the park at the exit e-entry gate. When Guests return to the park, they must enter through the re-entry gate with a proper hand stamp or re-entry will not be allowed.

Does my child need a ticket?
Children two years old and younger receive free admission to Six Flags Magic Mountain.

What items are prohibited?
No outside food or beverages, coolers or pets (other than service animals). No recreation wheels, or skate shoes or any footwear with wheels. Weapons of any kind, firearms, pocket knives or tools, selfie stick, monopods or similar devices. Guests entering the Park will be asked to pass through metal detectors and carry-in inspection area.

Is smoking permitted in the park?
Six Flags allows smoking only in areas identified as designated smoking areas. E-cigarettes may only be used in designated smoking areas. All other areas in the parks are smoke-free.