On Nov. 14-15, 2020, guests at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, N.J. can sample sips from eight New Jersey wineries at the park’s Holiday Wine Festival.
The Holiday Wine Festival will begin at 12:30 p.m. on each date inside the Merry Marketplace (near Justice League: Battle for Metropolis). In addition to wine-tasting, guests will also be able to get a head start on their holiday shopping and enjoy tasty treats from the Holiday Feast or onsite food trucks.
The following wineries will be participating in the Six Flags Great Adventure Holiday Wine Festival:
- DiMatteo Vineyards
- Plagido’s Winery
- Salem Oak Vineyards
- Tomasello Winery
- Valenzano Winery
- Villa Milagro Vineyards
- Villari Vineyards
- Wagonhouse Winery
All wineries will have bottles for sale with a complimentary wine pickup service available. Any bottles not sent to wine pickup must be consumed within the festival area or taken to your vehicle before entering the main theme park.
Theme park admission or Season Pass/Membership is required to access the festival, and all tickets must be pre-purchased online. When purchasing festival tickets, you will be asked to choose the visit date and arrival time. Once the transaction is complete, this will also confirm your park reservation. Guests must be 21 or older and show valid ID to sample wines.
General Admission (Non-Season Pass/Membership Holders)
$44.99 – Festival Package that includes theme park admission and samples from all participating wineries on either Nov. 14 or Nov. 15.
Season Pass/Membership Holders:
$24.99 – Wine Fest Sampling from all participating wineries on either Nov. 14 or Nov. 15.
Click here to purchase tickets.
There is no safari wine sampling this year, but guests are encouraged to visit the Safari Drive-Thru before the festival. Discounted Safari Drive-Thru tickets are available for $10 per person. Parking is required to attend the festival at a discounted daily rate of $15.00.
The Holiday Wine Festival will follow health and safety guidelines, including temperature screening, mandatory masks (except at winery tasting stations or when seated to eat and drink), and social distancing with no more than eight people permitted at each station at a time. Click here for more information on safety protocols.