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Six Flags LA, which is how an overwhelming majority of people search for the park on Google, is actually comprised of a theme park called Six Flags Magic Mountain and a water park called Six Flags Hurricane Harbor. As a Six Flags Magic Mountain regular, I get asked a lot of the same questions about the park over and over again. To help people out, I thought I’d answer some of the really common ones here. The following park information is provided as a convenience to maximize the enjoyment of your park visit. It was deemed to be accurate as of November 29, 2013 and I will strive to keep it as accurate as possible going forward. Since TheCoasterGuy.com is not affiliated with Six Flags Magic Mountain or Six Flags Entertainment Corporation, you should always check the official Six Flags Magic Mountain web site for the most up-to-date information.
26101 Magic Mountain Pkwy, Valencia, CA 91355 (Google Map)
Six Flags Magic Mountain is open year round, however they maintain a limited schedule of weekends and holidays during winter. They may also close unexpectedly due to weather, unforeseen acts of nature, or special events. The absolute best way to check their operating hours for any given day is to look at their online calendar, located here.
Ticket prices as of November 29, 2012 are as follows:
- General Admission (Adult) – $67.99
- General Admission (Adult) – $47.99 (Online purchase only)
- General Admission (Adult) – $42.99 (Online purchase 3 days in advance)
- General Admission (Child < 48″) – $42.99
- General Admission (<= 2 years old) – Free
- 2014 Thrill Pass – $67.99
- 2014 Season Pass – $72.99
- 2014 Season Combo Pass – $109.99
- 2014 Season Gold Pass – $129.99
- Group Admission (15+ people) – $29.99 ea.
- Parking (1-Day) – $20.00
- Parking (Buses/RV) – $25.00
- Parking (Valet) – $35.00
- Parking (2014 Season) – $65.00
- VIP Tours (min. 4 people) – $329.00 ea.
- Flash Pass (regular) – $45.00
- Flash Pass (gold) – $75.00
- Flash Pass (platinum) – $105.00
Six Flags often times partners with other companies on special promotions that could save you some money. For example, specially marked cans of Coca-Cola or coupons at local fast food restaurants might provide a discount on park admission. There’s no easy way to track when or where these are going to be available, but keep your eyes open if you know you’ll be visiting the park in the near future.
Six Flags reserves the right to change their prices at any time for any reason, so please check the Six Flags Magic Mountain tickets page for the most accurate pricing and to purchase tickets online.
There is a sizable collection of lockers available behind Guest Relations you can rent by the day to store your belongings in. Additionally, some of the larger rides have smaller, one-time use lockers for rent to put your belongings in while you are on the ride.
There are several ATMs located throughout the park for your convenience. Please refer to the park map for their exact locations
With the exception of service animals, pets are not allowed inside the park. Six Flags offers free kennel services while you are visiting the park. Do not leave any animals unattended in your car. The park personnel will go through whatever means necessary to remove unattended animals from a personal vehicle, at your expense.
With the exception of a few designated areas, smoking is strictly prohibited inside the park at all times. Please refer to the park map for the designated smoking areas.