Spring Break is fast approaching, and with that comes finding activities for your children to do. If you are not one of those traveling to soak up the sun, then we have the perfect place for you to go and create memories that will last long after the tan fades. Six Flags Over Georgia will celebrate no school with its annual Spring Break celebration, April 1 through 9. Featuring 12 high-thrilling coasters and more than 40 rides and attractions, Six Flags Over Georgia is the best destination for thrilling fun.
Along with the park rides and attractions, Six Flags Over Georgia Spring Break will also feature:
The high-flying, gravity-defying BMX Bike and Stunt Show, with multiple ramps and bike tricks daily; and Super Hero Cape-A-Palooza with Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta (CHOA). For every cape purchased at our special Super Hero Cape tent at the front gate, Six Flags Over Georgia will donate a children’s youth cape to CHOA on April 3 and 4.
If you are going to head to one of favorite theme parks, be sure to check out Drops of Doom VR! North America’s first-ever permanent drop tower ride with a virtual reality experience, Drop of Doom VR, is now available for a limited time only at Six Flags Over Georgia. Don’t miss your chance to experience this.
The park is open daily for Spring Break April 1 – 9 and on weekends through May 14. Daily summer operation begins on May 20. For more information and park hours, visit www.sixflags.com/overgeorgia.
Need a job?
Six Flags Over Georgia will hire 3,100 employees during the 2017 season. Hiring for the summer season is currently underway. Applicants must be at 16 years of age or older and apply online at www.sixflagsjobs.com. If found qualified, applicants will be notified by park management to schedule an interview.