Six Flags is inviting guests of all ages to spend this Christmas at Holiday in the Park, the annual winter event offered at 13 Six Flags parks across the country.
Holiday in the Park features plenty of themed entertainment, festive food offerings, and Six Flags’ collection of roller coasters, rides, and attractions. For the first time ever, Holiday in the Park at Six Flags Great Adventure and Six Flags Discovery Kingdom will be powered by renewable energy.
“We are thrilled to be introducing the nation’s first solar-powered Holiday in the Park events. The marvelous wonder of this special time of year truly comes alive in our parks with a smorgasbord of seasonal delights to see and experience,” said Tom Iven, senior vice president of US Park Operations. “Our elves go all out to deck the largest halls, trim the tallest trees and turn millions of lights on extra bright to welcome our guests to the biggest and most immersive holiday celebration anywhere in the world.”
Offerings for this year’s event include:
- Millions of LED lights and light displays throughout
- Christmas trees covered in poinsettias, peppermint swirls, and twinkling stars
- Meet-and-greets with characters like Snow Princess, Holly Day and the Evergreen Queen
- New seasonal menu items like s’mores sweet potato fries, fried gingerbread cookies, and prime rib dinners, along with winter comfort dishes like meatloaf, roast turkey with trimmings, and hot chili and soups served in bread bowls
- Making s’mores and keeping warm over wood-burning fire pits
- Dozens of holiday-inspired photo-ops featuring giant ornaments, stacks of presents, and larger-than-life toys
- Live entertainment with strolling carolers, DJs spinning holiday tunes, and stage productions featuring reenactments of the Nativity with live camels and donkeys
- New themed sections like Gingerbread Village with Christmas trees and an entire family made of gingerbread, and A ScreamPunk Christmas, complete with swirling fog, metallic trees, and glistening snowflakes
- Holiday shopping with hundreds of options like apparel, ornaments, and plush toys
- Expanded hours of operation
Another holiday offering for this year is the Polar Coaster Challenge at select Six Flags Parks on Dec. 7. This event will challenge guests to ride Six Flags’ coasters in either summer or winter wear.
Holiday in the Park is open on weekends through January 2020 and is included with all active Memberships and Season Passes. To learn more, visit SixFlags.com.