Six Flags Magic Mountain is a theme park located in Valencia, California north of Los Angeles. It opened on Memorial Day weekend on May 29, 1971, as Magic Mountain, by the Newhall Land and Farming Company. In 1979, Six Flags purchased the park and added the name Six Flags to the park’s
There are presently nine separately themed areas within the park – each zone featuring its own distinct rides, attractions, and foodservice venues.
Six Flags Plaza
Turn of the century portal that guests utilize to enter and exit the park. Features gift shops, foodservice venues, photo services, and guest relations.
South of the border flair can be found in this barren desert landscape where three roller coasters await guests.
Guests can partake in a myriad of rides and attractions including a go-kart track, two roller coasters, and a water flume.
The world-renown DC Comic Books inspire the rides and attractions in this area. (Formerly Gotham City)
Japanese folklore and mythology come to life in the form of two roller coasters atop this rugged hillside.
Rapids Camp Crossing
This area simulates a campsite set deep in the American wilderness.
Colossus County Fair
Carnival-style games test skills of every kind while three gargantuan roller coasters of three different natures beckon thrill-seekers.