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1998 Attractions At Six Flags Magic Mountain

By on 08/17/2012

1998 Six Flags Magic Mountain Map Cover

The following is a list of all the rides, attractions, retail, and food stands that were open for the 1998 season at Six Flags Magic Mountain:

Rides/Attractions:

People Movers:

  • Metro – Colossus County Fair Station
  • Metro – High Sierra Territory Station
  • Metro – Samurai Summit Station
  • Orient Express

Performance Areas:

  • Animal Star Theater
  • Batman Action Theater
  • Golden Bear Theater
  • Magic Moments Theater
  • Warner Bros. Kids’ Club
  • Wile E. Coyote Critter Canyon

Food:

  • Carousel Grill
  • Chicken Plantation
  • Colossal Sausages
  • Dockside Deli
  • Eduardo’s Grill
  • Food Etc.
  • Frum D’ Trees
  • Katy’s Kettle
  • Laughing Dragon Pizza & Pasta Co.
  • McDonalds
  • Mooseburger Lodge
  • The Pizza Vector
  • Plaza Cafe
  • Plaza Ice Cream
  • Surfside Grill
  • Suzette’s Bakery
  • Wascal’s
  • Waterfront Commissary

Retail:

  • Airbrush
  • Animaniacs
  • Ashley’s Antique Photos
  • Bay Jewelry
  • Bayshore Candy
  • Caricature Artists
  • Cartoon Candy Kitchen
  • Earl’s
  • Flags
  • Glass Crafts
  • Guest Necessity Center
  • Looney Tunes Superstore
  • Pacific Coast Candles
  • Psyclone Sale
  • Reel Attitudes
  • The Riddler’s Revenge Photo
  • Six Flags Kids
  • Six Flags Photo
  • Superstore
  • Totally Tweety
  • Woody’s Sign Shop

Misc:

  • Boardwalk Arcade
  • Center Ring Games
  • Mining Town Arcade
  • Mining Town Games
  • Muscle Beach Arcade
  • Palace Games
  • Sharkey’s Shooting Gallery
  • Sky Tower

Areas:

  • Baja Ridge
  • Bugs Bunny World
  • Colossus County Fair
  • Cyclone Bay
  • Gotham City Backlot
  • High Sierra Territory
  • The Movie District
  • Pirate’s Cove
  • Rapids Camp Crossing
  • Samurai Summit
  • Six Flags Plaza

11 Comments

  1. Nicholas L.

    08/17/2012 at 4:39 pm

    What is “Gold Rusher Action Set” ?

    • Kurt

      08/17/2012 at 4:54 pm

      Since The Movie District was the new themed area added to the park for Riddler’s, it looks like they modified the names of the rides around there to fit in with the movie business theme. Look at Freefall, Scrambler, and Tidal Wave. All very goofy names. I’m glad they didn’t last.

    • Kurt

      08/17/2012 at 4:59 pm

      I’m still not even sure why they went with a movie theme for Riddler’s to begin with. They should have opened a connector path behind Tidal Wave and tied it into Gotham City (still can with DC Universe). Would have made a lot more sense.

  2. Jaryd

    08/17/2012 at 5:09 pm

    This is the year i was born so that ride is one of my favorites in the park. Except for the seats they have for the ride.

  3. Andrew

    08/17/2012 at 9:12 pm

    It looks like they just edited a picture of an Intamin standup train for the picture on the map.

    Riddler is a B&M.

    Just like they edited a pic of an S&S drop tower for Lex Luthor, an Intamin drop tower.

    • Kurt

      08/17/2012 at 9:50 pm

      You are correct. I suspect the ride wasn’t complete yet for a photo op by the time these park maps needed to get to the printer.

  4. Josh

    08/17/2012 at 11:35 pm

    What was the Checker Cab Station?

    • Kurt

      08/18/2012 at 12:10 am

      That was a new name for the Sand Blasters bumper cars. It was part of the goofy names given as part of the Movie District theme.

  5. Kyle

    08/18/2012 at 12:50 am

    Do you have the map from that season? It would be pretty cool to see the different maps that Magic Mountain had.

  6. Nicole Leurinda

    09/26/2013 at 6:07 pm

    I LUV Animaniacs! Maybe they were still in Six Flags!

  7. Nicole Leurinda

    10/03/2013 at 5:56 pm

    I will love to work at the Magic Mountain with my group friends and Animaniacs of course!

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