We offer the best Six Flags tour in Mexico City. There is no other way to enjoy safely and comfortably the many rides to be found in this park, one of the biggest in America. We have many other services like shuttle routes, chauffeured vans and so many other tours that we know you will love. Contact us today!
The history of Six Flags begins in 1876, with the creation of Six Flags Over Texas by Angus G. Wynne in Tarrant County, Texas. It originally offered as attractions the Native American village, gondola rides, a small railway, and a performance of The Wild West and Skull Island. Book your Six Flags tour in Mexico City with us today and come see it.
This first park also provided an excursion aboard French ships through a canal filled with moving puppets. With the passage of time, all these attractions, except the railroad were replaced by others such as roller coasters, flying chairs and observation towers. Wayak's Six Flags tour in Mexico City are a great way to enjoy this park in its full.
The chain grew with the acquisition of other parks, such as the Great Adventure Park and Safari in Jackson, New Jersey and the Great America in Gurnee, Illinois, which had been founded by the Marriott hotel chain. Today, there are 13 parks in the US and you can visit the only one in Latin America with our Six Flags tour in Mexico City, book it now.
The history of Six Flags in Mexico began more than 20 years. In the middle eighties, a group of businessmen opened a large amusement park with rides as direct competition to that found in the Bosque de Chapultepec. The name of the place was Reino Aventura. Book your Six Flags tour in Mexico City to the previously known as Reino Aventura Park.
In the nineties, it was decided to remodel the park to be christened The new Reino Aventura. The greatest attraction here was the presence of Keiko, a killer whale which was symbol of the golden age of this amusement park, due to its appearance in the film Free Willy. Book your Six Flags tour in Mexico City with Wayak and come have a great day.
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