Screamin' Eagle, once the fastest roller coaster in the United States opened in 1976 and is located in the back of the park. Other rides include Batman the Ride, The Boss, Mr. Freeze, Xcalibur, and The Ninja, as well as many others. Superman: Tower Of Power, a very large 230 ft. Intamin Giant Drop at 63 mph, from AstroWorld, opened May 19, 2006, and Bugs Bunny National Park opened on April 1 2006. The park opened a Gerstlauer Spinning Coaster called Tony Hawk's Big Spin in 2007, replacing the Sherwood Forest Theater.
A water park designed for families, Hurricane Harbor opened in 1999 adjacent to Six Flags, as a free water park available with admission to the theme park. The water park has many slides, pools, and interactive play areas. The Tornado debuted on May 28, 2005.
|Original themed areas ("Six Flags" of the park)||Other name(s) and notes||Current themed areas|
|Illinois (1971 - ?)||northern half becomes Old Chicago (1974 - 1988)||Illinois (1989 - Current)|
|USA (1971 - 1993)||USA/Movietown (1994), Time Warner Studios (1995), Warner Bros. Backlot (1996 - 2001)||Studio Backlot (2001 - Current)|
|England (1971 - 1992)||Great Britain (1993)||Britannia (1994 - Current)|
|Spain (1971 - 1996)||DC Comics Plaza (1997 - Current)|
|France (1971 - 1994)||Choteau's Market (1995 - Current)|
|Missouri (1971 - 1992)||1904 World's Fair (1993 - Current)|
|area was the southern half of original Illinois section and part of original France section||Gateway To The West (1993 - Current)|
|area was part of Gateway To The West and the Illinois section||Bugs Bunny National Park (2006 - Current)|
|Goodtime Hollow (1975 - 1984), Looney Tunes Town (1985 - 2005), 1904 World's Fair ("Fairgrounds") (2006)|
|Ride Name||Year Opened||Removed In||Manufactuer/Ride Type||Other Notes|
|River King Mine Train||1971||1988||Arrow Mine Train||Located in France section. One of two separate Arrow Mine Train roller coasters. |
Other Names - The River King Mine Train (1971), River King Run-Away Mine Train (1972 - 1983), River King Mine Train (1984 - 1987).
|River King Mine Train||1971||Arrow Mine Train||Located in Gateway To The West (originally part of the France section). One of two separate Arrow Mine Train roller coasters.|
In 1984, the ride received a custom made Arrow Stand-Up trains and became known as Rail Blazer, however, it was a mechanical nightmare and caused a person to fall to their death during its first year as Rail Blazer. In 1985, the Stand-Up trains were removed and the ride was then reverted back to River King Mine Train.
Other Names - The River King Mine Train (1971), River King Run-Away Mine Train (1972 - 1983), Rail Blazer (1984).
|Rockin' Roller||1975||2007||Bradley and Kaye Little Dipper||Located in 1904 World's Fair ("Fairgrounds") - formerly Looney Tunes Town and Goodtime Hollow. Location moved from south side of kiddie area to north side (next to Log Flume drop) in 2006.|
Ride was removed from the park late in the 2007 season.
Other Names - Rock Candy Express (1975 - 1984), Acme Gravity Powered Roller Ride (1985 - 2005).
|Screamin' Eagle||1976||Philadelphia Toboggan Coasters wooden roller coaster, designed by John C. Allen.||Located in Illinois section. Opened as the world's tallest, longest, and fastest roller coaster. |
Received new PTC trains in 1990, replacing the original PTC trains.
|Jet Scream||1981||1988||Schwarzkopf Looping Star||Located in USA section, where Batman: The Ride is located today. Replaced Super Sports Car Ride.|
Indirectly replaced by Ninja, ride moved to Six Flags Astroworld where it operated as Viper until the park closed in 2005, then the ride was scrapped.
|Ninja||1989||Vekoma Custom MK-1200||Located in Studio Backlot. Relocated from Vancouver's Expo 1986 fair where it was known as Scream Machine.|
Repainted in 1998 with black track and grey supports, replacing original red track and white supports.
|Batman: The Ride||1995||Bollinger & Mabillard Inverted roller coaster||Located in Studio Backlot. Mirror-image clone of standard Batman ride.|
|Mr. Freeze||1998||Premier Rides LIM launched roller coaster||Located in DC Comics Plaza. Originally intended to open for the 1997 season, but problems with the LIM Launch system forced a delayed opening until 1998.|
OTSR removed from trains in 2002, replaced with lap bar only system.
|The Boss||2000||Custom Coasters International terrain wooden roller coaster.||Located in Britannia section.|
|Tony Hawk's Big Spin||2007||Gerstlauer Spinning Coaster||Located in Britannia section. Ride replaced Sherwood Forest Theater (former Dolphin Arena).|
|Evel Knievel||2008||GCI wooden twister coaster||Located in 1904 World's Fair Ride will be located where the Moon Antique Cars were located and where the "Fairgrounds"/Looney Tunes Town/Goodtime Hollow kiddie area was located. |
The ride has 2 millennium flyer trains and will feature 16 hills and 14 crossovers.
|Ride Name||Year Opened||Manufactuer/Ride Type||Other Notes|
|Log Flume||1971||Arrow Log Flume||Located in DC Comics Plaza. Ride has 2 separate/different sides.|
Other Names - The Hoo Hoo Log Flume (1971 - 1977), Nestea Plunge (1978 - 1979/1980), Log Flume (1979/1980 - 2000), The Ice Mountain Splash (2001 - 2005).
|Moon Antique Cars||1971||Arrow Antique Cadillac||Located in 1904 World's Fair. Ride originally had 2 sides/tracks, one side/track removed during 80's, track shortened in 1999, lengthend in 2006. Ride was modified for the 2008 season.|
|Tommy G. Robertson (Six Flags Railroad)||1971||Crown train||St. Louis (located in the 1904 World's Fair area) and Bugs Bunny National Park (formerly Chicago) stations Park originally had two engines, one was sold to Busch Gardens Tampa.|
|Grand Ole Carousel||1972||1915 PTC Carousel||Located in Britannia. Other Names - Carousel (1972 - 1983), Grand Ole Carousel (1984 - 1994), Enchanted Carousel (1995 - 1997).|
|Shazam!||1972||Eli Bridge Scrambler||Located in DC Comics Plaza. Originally located in USA section (near where Ninja's station is located), moved to current location in 1988|
Other Names - Space Scramble (1972 - 1981/1982), The Scrambler (1981/1982 - 1986), U.S. Express (1987), El Toro Bravo (1988 - 1996)
|Water Street Cab Company||1973||Soli bumper cars||Located in Illinois. Other Names - Dodge City (1973 - 1990).|
|Highland Fling||1977||Schwarzkopf Enterprise||Located in Britannia.|
|The Joker Inc.||1980||Intamin Bounty - swinging ship||Located in Studio Backlot. Other Names - The Buccaneer (1980 - 1986), Yankee Clipper (1987 - 1994), Gotham Harbor (1995).|
|Thunder River||1983||Intamin Rapids water ride||Located in Gateway To The West. Replaced Mississippi Adventure, entrance replaced Tiltmore Hotel.|
|Riverview Racer||1983||Chance Rides Yo-Yo - swings ride||Located in Illinois. Originally located in England section (replaced Sky Chuter), moved to current location in 1996.|
Other Names - Aero Flyer (1983 - 1994), Dragon’s Wing (1995).
|Colossus||1986||Carousel Holland B.V. 180 ft. tall Ferris wheel||Located in 1904 World's Fair. Replaced Petting Zoo.|
|Rush Street Flyer||1987||Chance Rides Falling Star||Located in Illinois. Ride was SBNO (broken) for the 2005 season.|
|Tidal Wave||1991||Hopkins Shoot-the-Chutes water ride||Located in Illinois.|
|Scooby-Doo! Ghostblasters – The Mystery Of The Scary Swamp||2002||Sally Corporation interactive family dark ride||Located in DC Comics Plaza. Heavely modified former dark ride (replaced Castaway Kids).|
|Xcalibur||2003||Ronald Bussink Professional Rides Evolution||Located in Britannia. Replaced Great Escape arcade (original Illinois Sky-Way station building).|
Ride moved from Six Flags Great Adventure.
|Superman: Tower Of Power||2006||Intamin 230ft. tall giant drop||Located in Illinois. Ride Relocated from Six Flags Astroworld|
|Ride Name||Year Opened||Manufactuer/Ride Type||Other Notes|
|Kiddie-Go-Round||1975||Herschell kiddie Carousel||Located in DC Comics Plaza Ride was moved to new location in "Fairgrounds"/Looney Tunes Town area in 2006, ride was SBNO in 2007, removed late in 2007 for Evel Knievel construction and then moved to new location near the exit of Log Flume in 2008.|
Other Names - Last Roundup (1975 - 1984), Merry Melodies Go-Round (1985 - 2005).
|Bugs Bunny Ranger Pilots||1975||Chance Rides Red Baron - kiddie bi-plane ride||Located in Bugs Bunny National Park. Moved from former location in Goodtime Hollow/Looney Tunes Town in 2006|
Other Names - Red Baron (1975 - 1984), Daffy Duck Airways (1985 - 2005).
|Daffy Duck Stars On Parade||1990||Zamperla Swing Ride||Located in Bugs Bunny National Park Ride was SBNO in 2007, removed late in 2007 for Evel Knievel construction and then moved from old "Fairgrounds"/Looney Tunes Town location to former Daffy Duck Duccaneer location in 2008.|
Other Names - Tasmanian Devil Twister (1990 - 2005), Twister Swings (2006).
|Foghorn Leghorn National Park Railway||1997||Zamperla Rio Grande – kiddie train ride||Located in Bugs Bunny National Park. Moved from former location in Looney Tunes Town in 2006|
Other Names - Looney Tooter (1997 - 2005).
|Elmer Fudd Weather Balloons||2006||Zamperla Samba Balloons||Located in Bugs Bunny National Park.|
|Marvin The Martian Camp Invasion||2006||Zamperla Crazy Sub||Located in Bugs Bunny National Park. Ride moved from Six Flags Astroworld.|
|Taz Twisters||2006||Zamperla Mini Tea Cups||Located in Bugs Bunny National Park.|
|Tweety Twee House||2006||Zamperla Jumpin’ Star – kiddie drop tower||Located in Bugs Bunny National Park.|
|Yosemite Sam Tugboat Tailspin||2006||Zamperla Rockin’ Tug||Located in Bugs Bunny National Park.|
|Bugs Bunny Fort Fun||2006||SCS Interactive “Treehouse”||Located in Bugs Bunny National Park.|
|Attraction Name||Year Opened||Manufactuer/Ride Type||Other Notes|
|Dragon’s Wing||1996||Skycoaster||Located in Britannia section. Near where the Aero Flyer (now Riverview Racer) was located originally.|
|Speed O’ Drome Go-Karts||1999||J & J Amusements go-karts||Located in Britannia section.|
|Turbo Bungy||2001||Eurobungy bungee/trampoline||Located in Studio Backlot.|
|Slingshot||2002||Funtime Sling Shot||Located in Studio Backlot.|
|Slide/Attraction Name||Year Opened||Manufactuer/Ride Type||Other Notes|
|Big Kahuna||1999||Proslide Technology Inc. Mammoth||family raft ride|
|3 speed slides||1999||Proslide Technology Inc. Speed Zone||Geronimo Falls (green straight speed slide), Kontiki Falls & Wahini Falls (red / blue twisting speed slides)|
|4 tube slides||1999||Proslide Technology Inc. Pipeline||Piranha (red) & Man-O-War (yellow) - partially enclosed, Hammerhead (green) & Stingray (teal) - completely enclosed|
|Hook’s Lagoon||1999||SCS Interactive Discovery Treehouse||family activity area, with Proslide Technology Inc. Twisters’ Zone slides|
|Hurricane Bay||1999||Aquatic Development Group Inc. WaveTek wave pool||Wave pool with a "volcano" at one end and a beach at the other.|
|Gulley Washer Creek||1999||Aquatic Development Group Inc. lazy river||Lazy river|
|Tornado||2005||Proslide Technology Inc. Tornado “Rattler”||funnel shaped tube slide that uses four person “cloverleaf” or two person “whirly wheel” tubes|
|Wahoo Racer||2009||Proslide Technology Inc. 6-Lane ProRacer||Mat-racing slide complex|