The following items are not permitted at any time:
Food/coolers (except special diet and infant food)
Magic markers, spray paint
Chemical weapons, mace/pepper spray
Also note, open-flame cooking is not allowed at any time in our parking lots.
This park is for sure a fun place to visit , but it isn't for the budget friendly. The food was very expensive and so was the admission. There was rides and games for all ages though. The water park was nice, the older kids could go on the slides and the younger ones could wade in the shallow end. The lazy river ride was really nice !
If you want to get on plenty of rides AND visit a water park, Six Flags New England is where you need to be. The lines for the roller coasters can get pretty long. The wait can get pretty bad if it's a hot summer day. You can just go cool off in the water park afterwards though! There are plenty of activities for the younger kids too.
We had the best time here! They have a ton of rides and everything seems safe as well as clean. The lines are long of course but getting there earlier in the morning helps avoid some of that. Only complaint would be that food is expensive and bringing outside food in isn't really aloud.
I have never seen as comprehensive an amusement park as six flags.
My son (2) loved the kids section, with Sesame, Wiggles and other character rides and activities. There was no shortage of food or drink, though I think it's unfair not to allow any outside food, given the cost of the ticket.
There is something to do at every turn, and if you have young kids and take turns, the grown ups can ride the coasters and daredevil rides too.
My little one LOVES rides, and 6 Flags New England has plenty.
Lots of opportunities for those under 36", and plenty for parent ride-ons. The Wiggles World shows were "OK", actors need some work... but it was fun none-the-less. Lots of food options, but it gets expensive FAST. Wish that there were places to get water to drink for the big travel cup, rather than the $3.50 bottled water, which is outrageous. The Season Pass is definitely worthwhile if you are local. Staff in the kiddie parks was well-trained, kind, and good with the little kids! Totally handicapped accessible. Did not notice places where those with electric wheelchairs could recharge, however...
There is no way to see the entire park in one day! It's HUGE! You will want to have one day just for the water park, another for the kids rides and one day for just the grown ups to go and have some fun! The season passes are well worth the money you'll spend on going. We pack a lunch in a cooler and keep it in the car so we don't have to eat in the park, it's just too expensive for a family of 6 to eat in the park. There are many ride that both adults and kids can go on together. So even though there are scary rides for adults there are also plenty of rides that are family friendly.
Spent two days there with kids aged 10-16. They arll had a blast ncluding the parents. The rides was excellent and the water park was awesome. One of the biggest things for me was that it was so clean. The place is spotless. The parade was excellentl. Great vacation had by all
Six Flags of New England has spared no expense ($200 million in renovations) to give you a “high.” Additions include a new children’s area, the Wigglesworld, home of the number-one children’s band in the world; and Thomas Town. Home to the number-one roller coaster on the planet, Superman, Ride of Steel (a distinction bestowed by Amusement Today, winning the Golden Ticket Award), Six Flags is also home to the largest water park in New England (in 2003 the water park doubled in size). With a hundred rides, shows, and attractions spread over 235 acres, Six Flags can be crowded on summer weekends, but the tumult can add to the experience. There are three water rides in the theme park, ten roller coasters (three are inverted), three Kiddieland areas (Looney Tunes Movie Town, Wigglesworld, and Thomas Town), and a nice old merry-go-round on the grounds. Favorite rides for those with nerve and verve are the Scream (three Scream towers; starts on bottom, shoots you up prior to your twenty story free-fall drop), Shipwreck Falls (a twenty-passenger boat climbing a gradual 100-foot grade, with a steep plunge from the top), and Typhoon (a raft ride that goes both uphill and downhill—the only one in New England!). There are daily performances. The Hurricane Harbor Waterpark has seven complexes with water slides, two lazy rivers, and two wave pools. Note that one price admits you to both Six Flags of New England and Hurricane Harbor Waterpark (the water park is within the theme park). Check the Web site for concerts, special events, and festivals.
Between the Wiggles area and all of the rides, there's something for everyone! All ages (except maybe infants) can enjoy the park, even if the price is a little high for a family of four to afford more than once a season.