Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom

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Visit their website at sixflags.com/kentuckykingdom

TICKETS:

FRONT GATE PRICING
General Admission $37.99
Child Under 48" $21.99
Senior Citizens (55+) $21.99
Senior Citizens (65+)FREE
Children 3 and Under FREE

Walk Up Group Rate (15 or more) $24.99

Parking at Kentucky $5.00 Fair & Expo Center/Day

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DIRECTIONS:
 To Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom
Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom is conveniently located at the intersection of I-65 and I-264 in Louisville, Kentucky.

FROM CINCINNATI:
Take I-71 South to Louisville. Exit I-71 South at I-65 South. Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom is approximately 5 miles from downtown Louisville at the Crittenden Drive exit, Exit 132. Enter the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center through either Gate 4 or Gate 2 on Crittenden Drive and follow the signs to Kentucky Kingdom once on the Fair and Expo Center grounds.

FROM LEXINGTON:
Take I-64 West to downtown Louisville. Exit I-64 West at I-65 South. Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom is approximately 5 miles from downtown Louisville at the Crittenden Drive exit, Exit 132. Enter the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center through either Gate 4 or Gate 2 on Crittenden Drive and follow the signs to Kentucky Kingdom once on the Fair and Expo Center grounds.

FROM INDIANAPOLIS:
Take I-65 South to Louisville. Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom is approximately 5 miles from downtown Louisville at the Crittenden Drive exit, Exit 132. Enter the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center through either Gate 4 or Gate 2 on Crittenden Drive and follow the signs to Kentucky Kingdom once on the Fair and Expo Center grounds.

FROM NASHVILLE:
Take I-65 North to Louisville. Exit I-65 North at the I-264 West Exit. Follow the Crittenden Drive exit. Turn right on Crittenden Drive and enter the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center through either Gate 4 or Gate 2 on Crittenden Drive and follow the signs to Kentucky Kingdom once on the Fair and Expo Center grounds.

FROM EVANSVILLE:
Take I-65 East to Louisville. Exit I-64 East at I-65 South. Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom is approximately 5 miles from downtown Louisville at the Crittenden Drive exit, Exit 132. Enter the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center through either Gate 4 or Gate 2 on Crittenden Drive and follow the signs to Kentucky Kingdom once on the Fair and Expo Center grounds.


Information about Six Flags:
 For more than 40 years, Six Flags has given children and adults the freedom to discover captivating settings and thrilling adventures. Its legacy began with a single property in Texas and grew to transform the way families vacation. Six Flags is the world's largest and most diverse regional theme park company delivering fun-filled experiences to visitors at 30 parks.

Six Flags' unique form of entertainment was born in the imagination of Texas oil barren Angus Wynne, the father of the modern-day theme park. Mr. Wynne set out to create a destination that would capture the excitement and wonder of the imagination. With Angus' vision and the support of the Texas community, Six Flags Over Texas opened in 1961.

The first Six Flags park took its name from the six countries whose flags had flown over Texas throughout the state's extraordinary history.

Six Flags Over Texas featured six sections reflecting the spirited cultures of those nations -- and offered guests a vibrant experience straight out of their dreams.

Mr. Wynne envisioned theme parks of a grand scale -- bigger than Disneyland -- located in different regions across the country, making them convenient and affordable to families everywhere. Today, Six Flags has made his dream a reality. Six Flags' fun, family environments comprise innovative rides and exciting attractions including live shows, cutting-edge thrill rides, games, kid friendly play areas, land animals, marine mammals, concerts, and special events.

Did you know . . . ?

  • Six Flags owns and operates 30 parks in North America, including 15 of the United State's largest theme parks
  • Six Flags is building a 13-acre waterpark near Chicago called
    Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, opening Spring 2005. This new waterpark will be included FREE with your Six Flags Great America theme park admission!
  • Nearly the entire U.S. population -- 98 percent -- lives within an eight-hour drive of a Six Flags park
  • The world's largest regional theme park is Six Flags
    Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey
  • Six Flags parks are located in or around 34 of the 50 largest metropolitan areas in the U.S.
  • Six Flags Wild Safari's 350-acre wildlife preserve in New Jersey is the largest drive-through safari outside of Africa
  • Six Flags has the world's largest inventory of branded roller coasters including BATMAN -- THE RIDE, SUPERMAN ULTIMATE ESCAPE, and THE JOKER'S JINX
  • When its sixteenth roller coaster opened in 2003, Six Flags
    Magic Mountain in Los Angeles shattered its own Guinness World Record for the most roller coasters in a single theme park
  • In an effort to increase wildlife conservation awareness, the zoological parks operated by Six Flags have been successfully caring for marine mammals and land animals, and providing educational programs for 34 years


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