Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom is located right in the heart
of Louisville and is one
of the best theme parks for families with children. Louisville
is full of fun summer events and
activities, and Six Flags Kentucky tops the list of
Most Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom rides can be described as thrilling and exhilarating. The free-fall ride, Hellevator, is one ride that will have visitors screaming. Rollercoaster enthusiasts love the Greezed Lightning roller coaster which swings around a series of loops both forwards and backwards.
There are also several rides at Six Flags Kentucky that are designed with kids in mind. The Zepplin, the flying Dutchmen, and the International Carousel are just a few of the rides that your kids will want to ride over and over again. The Looney Tunes Movie Town features a free-fall ride, a tiny Ferris wheel, and flying swings.
Besides Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom rides, there are also other attractions that will make for a fun day out. The Looney Tunes Acme Factory is a tree house of fun, with swinging bridges, stairs to climb, and foam balls that fall from the ceiling.
There is also a newly renovated water park called Splashwater Kingdom. Admission to the giant water park is included in the Six Flags ticket price. The water park features a water roller coaster called Deluge, in which riders are propelled through twists and turns while aboard a four person raft. Lockers are available to prevent your belongings from getting wet while enjoying the water rides.
Besides exhilarating Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom rides and a fun water park, there are several events that take place at Six Flags every year that are worth taking advantage of. Daily events include shows, concerts, and a daily parade. Visit Six Flags in October to experience Fright Fest, the ultimate Halloween experience.
Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom can be an affordable outing for the entire family, especially if you purchase a Six Flags season pass. The season pass is under sixty dollars and can be used at seventeen different Six Flags theme parks across the country. A season pass holder would have to visit Six Flags theme parks twice to make up the cost of the pass, so for people who live in the Louisville area or vacation often, the season pass is a great deal. Coupons can often be found in local grocery stores and fast food restaurants, depending on the promotion going on at the time.
To avoid long lines and crowds, consider visiting Six Flags Kentucky on a weekday. The park tends to be less crowded in September and October when children are back in school after the summer break. For the convenience of families, a stroller rental service and lost and found is available.
For a day of laughs and thrills, visit Six Flags Kentucky
Kingdom in Louisville. The variety of rides and attractions will make you feel like a kid again.