The Holiday Seasons are beginning with December 1st right around the corner. This season brings plenty of entertainment opportunities for families across the United States of America. One such place is Six Flags, who decorates the entirety of their park to immerse visitors in an enchanting wonderland based around the Christmas Holiday. All parks located in America operate the Holiday in the Park annual festivities, giving everyone from Buffalo to Florida something to enjoy.
Those that participate in the holiday festivities with Six Flags will see the entire amusement park transform into an atmosphere that compiles millions of dazzling lights and Christmas events. While on rollercoasters, decorations like a snowman or large Christmas trees will be on display. These exciting events began on November 24th and will continue until December 31st, 2019. One of the newest attractions appearing for the Holiday in the Park festivities is the Riverview Carousel, which sees more than ninety thousand illuminated lights appear over 1,350 feet of garland. Attached to this garland are more than 1000 ornaments and 200 illuminated candles. This created a visual experience, unlike any other holiday theme-park nationwide.
When arriving at an American theme park, there’s an immediate sense of adventure, especially during the holidays. Another attraction being displayed in various Six Flags across America includes the Pandemonium, which sees a massive swing take players through dangling Christmas lights. It should be noted that this attraction is exclusives to adults and is considered to be the most dangerous ride maintained with Six Flags.
Stepping into the main gate at any six flags across America will see visitors hit with a wave of holiday canopies and lights throughout Main Street. It’s estimated that every park manages more than 100,000 lights throughout the main street. This extends to two million park-wide and multiple Christmas trees throughout the facility. The biggest of which is twenty feet in the centre of Main Street.
Those acquiring some delicious treats while exploring the Six Flags Holiday in the Park festivities can traverse to the Peppermint Plaza. This designated area will provide visitors with dozens of Christmas and Holiday-themed food/threats. After the children have been fed, they can be taken to the North Pole and tell Santa Claus precisely what they want for Christmas. There is even the Santa Soup Kitchen, where children can help Mrs Claus with all her cooking duties. Anyone wishing to experience these events can expect to pay anywhere from $250.00 to $2,000.00 depending on your length of stay.