Holiday festivities have begun here in Southern California. And while it does seem quite a bit different compared to what it was in years past, we are still trying to soak in every single moment. The first park we visited this year for the holidays is Six Flags Magic Mountain. Because the park is currently not allowed to be open for normal operation, they have adjusted Holiday in the Park to make it a drive-thru experience. In this review, we’ll share some basic information on the event along with our review.
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Before we begin, the entire Coaster Kings team would like to thank Six Flags Magic Mountain for inviting us out to the park for their media event. We had a fantastic time; the drive-thru experience was an amazing compliment to what is already a consistently great holiday event.
We noticed that the park has installed their “Do the Six” signage. In addition to the signage shown below, you’ll see a bit farther along in this review that there are also safety reminders inside the park.
You enter the park through backstage and into DC Universe. It felt so good to finally be back into Magic Mountain! The event cost varies depending on when you go, but it is free for Six Flags members and season passholders.
My favorite part of Holiday in the Park this year is Crazanity. The park actually has the ride running to provide an additional touch of kinetic energy. Even though we couldn’t ride, just seeing it swing back and forth made me so happy.
We were SO happy to see live performers at the event this year for two reasons. First, they add another layer to the holiday festivities that can’t be beaten. Secondly, Six Flags employees getting back to work!
Overall, we thought Magic Mountain’s Holiday in the Park Drive-thru Experience was fantastic. It’s a great way to get into the Christmas spirit while at the same time being as safe as can be. The loop around the whole park takes about 35-40 minutes. We also had to wait about 15-20 minutes before getting in. Definitely go if you can. Tickets are only $20-30 (depending on when you go) and it is free with a season pass or membership.
Once again, we would like to thank Six Flags for inviting us out for this fantastic event. We will most definitely be back. Thank you all for reading this review of Magic Mountain’s Holiday in the Park Drive-thru Experience. You can check out more photos from the event on our social media platforms. See you all in the next one!