Bigger, faster and more extreme are what count when it comes to roller coasters. So what’s an amusement park to do with aging coasters when those record-breaking crowd-pleasers from years ago are being overshadowed by today’s scream machines?
Try to imagine a 5,000 acre development about the size of Texas A&M University somewhere in Fort Worth or Tarrant County; and its centerpiece is a big, man-made mountain with a snow ski run inside.
SeaWorld says will build new, larger environments for killer whales at its theme parks, and will fund additional research on the animals along with programs to protect ocean health and whales in the wild.
The theme park has announced a partnership to build a Six Flags themed park in Dubai, which would open in 2017.
Six Flags Over Texas expects to hire 1,000 seasonal employees after holding its primary job fair for 2014 season.
Once Six Flags completes its investigation into what caused a woman to fall to her death, the amusement park may not share it with the public.
How a woman was thrown from the 14 story Texas Giant roller coaster and died remains a mystery and the answers to how it happened may never be revealed.
A Florida entertainment company is moving its headquarters to Fort Worth.
There was no fun or fright at Six Flags on September 28, what was supposed to be the opening night of Fright Fest.
The park development would sit on 400 acres along Texas 121. It would supposedly create tens of thousands of jobs while bringing eight million tourists to The Colony annually.
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