Six Flags Discovery Kingdom – Review and Savings
Do you want to have some fun in the San Francisco area? Then look no further and head over to Vallejo and bring Six Flags Discovery Kingdom a visit. We went with the whole family, grandpa, little brother, mom and dad and all of us had a really enjoyable day, don’t forget to bring your Discovery Kingdom Coupons to save some money on your trip.
The park offers something for everyone, for the thrill seekers there are some nice rides like Medusa and for the younger ones there even is a zoo in the park and a whale show! But we will cover more on that below as we highlight our favorite rides and attractions.
Always keep an eye out on your valuable items, as you should do at any amusement park.
In the weekends as well on public holidays everybody heads out for fun with the entire family. Although it’s a great way to spend time with you family, you will find yourself not alone with the idea of spending time in Six Flags. If you don’t want to end up with enormous queues, we recommend that you go online for special offers to make your day even more enjoyable.
A Little History on the Park
In 1968 the park opened as Marine World in Redwood city in California as a small oceanarium. Later the park merged with a land animal park called Africa USA in the mid 70s. The park got renamed to Marine World Africa USA.
The park property became a tax burden and the owner looked for a new spot to move the park. In 1985 they found a new larger park facility in Vallejo, California. The new park opened in 1986 and again under supervision of the non-profit Marine World Foundation. The park became property of the City of Vallejo in 1996, because of the debt attached to the park. In 1997 the city hired Six Flags to make some changes to the park and to manage and maintain the park and in 1999 the name of the park got changed to Six Flags.
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom Vallejo Coupons:
Below we will list a few savers which can come in pretty handy if you want to visit this six flags park. And off course you can check out our coupons page to check all the special offers which apply to every single park over here.
- Season Passes: The season passes at six flags discovery kingdom are $54,99 each and you get free parking if you buy for or more passes. Which is a pretty good deal if you live in the area and you visit the park more often and in more seasons of the year! You can bring friends for free with the season pass on some special days but the pluses with the season pass don’t stop there. Season passes give you access to free events, Holiday in the Park, Fright fest and many many more.
- Everyone Pays Kids Price: For only $34,99 you can enter the park one day on the prices of a kid, so we can unleash the kid inside of us and pay the same prices as our children. These tickets have to be payed online before you go to the park and you can bring you printable entree ticket with you.
Great food at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
As most six flags parks, discovery kingdom offers a lott of different foods as well but if you want to bring your homemade cooked food you are aloud to bring that too. The food in the park is of good quality and if you travel a long way to get to the park it might be more convenient to buy your food simply at the park.
- Odin’s Snack Shack: After a day of exciting roller coasters and animals you might want to treat yourself with a nice snack. Odin is the place to be, they have great barbecue nachos, fresh popcorn and many more delicious snacks. Odin’s Snack Shack is located in the Land area of the park.
- Primo’s Pizzeria: Pizza time! If you love Pizza you are going to love Primo’s Pizzeria together with your friends or family. The Pizza place is located in the Sky area of the park.
A Roller Coaster Park? No wait A Zoo!
Well both are true since Discovery Kingdom offers both to its visitors. As stated above, this park has a zoo in its park, which is pretty nice for the small ones coming along. You have to chance to be standing face to face with some of the most exotic creatures in the world. You can even take a ride on an elephant, who has done that before? But guess what if you want to feed and pet a bottle nose dolphin you can do that too at the Dolphin Show. Thrilling rides a zoo with exotic creatures as you see, this parks has something unique and offers something for everyone! Their even is a Dolphin training session available in where you learn to train a dolphin 1 on 1 for $149.
Highlights in San Fransico’s Six Flags Park
- The Zoo: Wander together with your family between the most exotic animals in the world and get of the exiting roller coasters for a second to enjoy the true beauty of nature’s animals in Vallejo.
- Whale Training: Always wanted to swim with a Whale or train a whale, well Six Flags Discovery Kingdom will offer you the chance to do this once in a lifetime opportunity.
- Boomerang Coast to Coaster: Currently featured in 5 other six flags parks, but still a very good ride. You first will be pulled backwards and go face first to the looping until you get to end at which you will do the same looping backwards.
- Skyscreamer: Opened in 2011. Swing at 150 feet high in the air at an speed of 43 mph. Minimum height required for this ride is 48 inches and is located in the Sky area of the park.