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Six Flags Great Adventure
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1 Six Flags Blvd Jackson, NJ 08527
1 Six Flags BoulevardUSNew JerseyJackson08527
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Six Flags Great Adventure offers fun for the entire family including the new The Joker 4D Free-Fly coaster for a total of 14 thrilling roller coasters including Kingda Ka, Nitro, and El Toro, three children’s areas, interactive animal entertainment like the Wild Walkway, and a sensational concert line-up. Our Safari Off Road Adventure encounters more than 1,200 exotic animals from six different continents on massive, open-air safari vehicles. Right next door, Six Flags Hurricane Harbor offers fun in the sun at the No. 1 water park in the Northeast. For a list of special events, concerts, and operating schedule, please visit

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Large, vibrant amusement park featuring fast, high-tech roller-coasters, wildlife areas & more.- Google
"Grate amusement park with the ultimate roller coasters."
"Now Six Flags has 3 levels of Flash Pass that start at $100 and go up to $200."
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Shane Walsh
3 weeks ago
The roller coaster got hit by a giant tornadoe and thruster me 6,000 feet into the sky. However no one else saw it. I tried to tell the doctors but they just put me in the looney bin. Watch out for the twisters. After I landed on my feet from the drop, I bought some over priced ice cream to celebrate a miracle. I felt like Jesus Christ. Since I landed so far out of the boundaries of the park I was forced to pay the admission fee of 64$. They really ripped me off at every angle. Despite my frustration, the rides were astonishing. Fun place to bring your dog
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Natasha English
2 weeks ago
Awesome roller coasters! Love this park! Season passes often go on sale September for around $70 and are good for the current and following year! Would've given it 5 stars but at least one of the roller coasters are always down when I go...I go at least once every other week.
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Leda Cela
in the last week
This place was so fun and amazing. But the only thing is it is $25 just for parking and way more inside. Also the rides are extremely long. I love take it easy Creek because it is so relaxing and it is amazing. The people who wants to go here I insist you go but make sure you bring money with you and well as your patience.
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Jeffreyman101 gaming
a month ago
I love the safari! It is Giant 2 part tour! Load of animals! Great customer service! They also have lots of rollercoasters! Amazing experience we will so come again!
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Eric Flora
a month ago
I have held season passes for my family and I from 2007 to 2011 when we move to Florida. Since then we have held season passes for Universal Studios and have been going to Disney for the past 5 years that we have lived there. All three Parks have treated us well especially Six Flags and Universal Studios but, my family and I agree that none of the parks compete with Six Flags when it comes to the best rides at the best price. I have just visited New Jersey and purchased 3 season passes for 2016 even though I no longer live here. We have been to the park twice and they have more than paid for themselves. If we still lived here I would have purchased the dining passes. They are a great bargain for the price. My family and I wish they would build the biggest and best Park in Florida. It could be open all year and none of the other parks could compete with the rides. Great Adventure is one of the things we miss most about living in New Jersey. The only complaint I can say about Great Adventure is that they need to give it a Fresh coat of paint brighten the place up a little. Some of the rides look old and Rusty especially the children sections.
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Kody Ahrens
2 months ago
Parking lot in bad shape, they force you to pay to hold your bags during the ride - no putting your bags at the ride station! EVERY OTHER RIDE was broken down. Lines are rediciously long. High prices for everything. WILL NOT be going back! Check out other parks in the area.
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Monique Dockery
a month ago
I have not been to Six Flags Great Adventure since I was 18, that was almost 19 years ago. I was about 350 pounds and could not fit on any of the rides. I have since lost a lot of weight and have no issues with the rides. I purchased a photo pass. A not bother. I was very disappointed when I got home and my first ride on a roller coaster was not on the site, instead they had someone else's photos on there. The process in getting the photo's seem to have no system and you have to view a million photo's before finding yours. The people do not seem to speak English that work in that area. I have season passes and would go again because I had fun other wise, but do not waste your money with the photo pass.
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Angela Tamayo
in the last week
This is the first year that I bought season passes for my two kids (11 and can ride everything) 8 and is 48 inches so she's limited to what she can go on, and one for my mom ( limited rides heart and back issues) and for myself,we bought them on July 6th ( upgraded all our day tickets) made sure I got parking on the passes for 2 of them. And I must say they have paid for themselves already,there hasn't been a single week that we haven't gone multiple times (I do work 6 days a week) but we have gone up to ride one single ride and end up staying until close, or have gone up first thing in the a.m. left at 3 p.m. and went back at 6 p.m. to finish our rides, everytime we went we never waited for more than 30 minutes (my son has timed them) and sometimes we double rode bc there was no lines even though lines are to be expected. I just got home about 20 minutes ago and was reading these reviews and saw how some people were crying about long lines and paying too much for flash passes( and I laughed bc we have yet to come on a day when we needed flash passes!!) Great adventure is a theme park where people want to go and enjoy themselves and ride rides so why wouldn't there be lines? There are PLENTY OF children's rides and there are two different sections, one on each side ( down by batman maybe Frontier? Said the 11 y.o. who still enjoys a children's ride every once and a while) the other in the vicinity of El Toro(by the teacups bugs bunny land) and don't forget the water part by El Toro. There is also rides for the younger kids strategically placed by bigger thrill rides. I cannot stress enough how I hate flash passes! But if you want to be better than everyone else and waste your money don't cry later. But like I said not a single time have we waited a long time. Also if you want to play games and win prizes there are several places thru the park that will hold your stuff while you ride the rides, they don't allow you to put them on boarding station bc it holds up the lines and distracts the operators use the pick up later FREE SERVICE,unless you must absolutely carry them around to show off how "skilled" you are at winning these games, then that's on you. As far as food prices go they are comparable to prices at a carnival. We usually eat b4 we go then have a quick snack there, or pack lunches if we are going to be there a long time. Tonight we had 2 chicken sandwiches, 3 orders of ff and 1 modelo beer for 40.99 and that wasn't any kind of special. That was at great adventure cafe. Food wasn't anything special but it's a theme park you don't go for the food. Now as far as rainy weather/storms threatening area and not getting a refund- show me a park that does that-- it is your responsibility to check the weather, they still run the inside rides and the arcades, bizzaro and El Toro and 2 other coasters run just not during thunder and lightening, so there is still stuff to do. Dorney park and Disney do not offer refunds for rain I Googled it and checked on both websites,so this is normal policy for most theme parks. Now on to customer service- every Shop inside g.a. is owned by other people and not by g.a. (i.e. sweet treats and dipping dots and heros ( next to sky screamer) so they set their own prices and hours(asked today bc sweet treats was closed) but every c.s.r. that we have ever encountered has always been great, bc my 8y.o. (48 inches rider cannot ride all the rides) has to wait for us, every time we came back into the boarding station she has always made friends with a c.s.r. and has always looked out for her and engaged her while we were riding, so just bc you don't get your way about something don't call out all c.s.r. read the fine print before you go. If you plan your trip correctly (look for least busiest times Mondays, Tuesdays(all day long) and Fridays after 530 and Sundays after 4 p.m. ) pack food in a cooler, and don't cry over spending $1000 on flash passes alone, then you will most certainly have A GREAT ADVENTURE.
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