Arlington’s Six Flags Over Texas is the company’s flagship park. It opened in 1961 and was the first theme park to feature Broadway-style shows. With award-winning roller coasters, incredible dining, shopping, and other entertainment, you’ll find plenty to do at this popular destination.
Look no further than Morgan’s Wonderland in San Antonio for an inclusive theme park in Texas. This fantastic attraction was explicitly designed for people with special needs and features 25 accessible rides and facilities for guests of all ages and abilities.
This inspiring marine-life theme park offers countless exhibits, shows, attractions, and experiences. You’ll learn about different species of marine animals and can interact with them. You’ll also enjoy exciting rides and activities.
The name gives away what this park is about: big thrills, fun, and waterslides.
Located in New Caney, Big Rivers is a family-friendly Texas waterpark that offers 6-story water slides, wave pools, and the largest lazy river in the Houston area. It’s the best place to visit during hot Texas summers.
The thrill capital of South Texas is celebrating its 30th year, and there’s plenty to get excited about. For starters, you can hang tight on Dr. Diobolical’s Cliffhanger, the steepest dive roller coaster in the world!