Six Flags AstroWorld

Six Flags AstroWorld
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amusement park
Location
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Houston, Texas, USA
Status Defunct
Operated 1968 to October 30, 2005
Owner Six Flags
Previous names AstroWorld
Area 85 acres

Six Flags AstroWorld was an amusement park located in Houston, Texas, United States. It closed on October 30, 2005 due to the park becoming outdated as well as an eyesore. Other reasons included issues such as the park's performance and parking issues.[1] Most of their rides have been moved to various other parks across the country.

Former roller coasters (12)[edit | edit source]

Name Manufacturer Type Opened Closed Relocated
Batman The Escape Intamin Stand-Up 1993 2005 Darien Lake
Excalibur Arrow Dynamics Mine Train 1972 1998 -
Greezed Lightnin' Schwarzkopf Launched 1978 2005 Joyland Amusement Park (stored)
Mayan Mindbender Vekoma Enclosed 1978 2005 Wonderland Amusenent Park
Serial Thriller Vekoma Inverted 1999 2005 Great Escape
Serpent Arrow Dynamics Kiddie 1969 2005 -
Swamp Buggy Chance Rides Sit-Down 1970 1972 -
Texas Cyclone Frontier Construction Company Wooden 1976 2005 -
Texas Tornado Schwarzkopf Sit-Down 1998 2000 Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
Ultra Twister Togo Pipeline 1990 2005 Six Flags America
Viper Schwarzkopf Sit-Down 1989 2005 -
XLR-8 Arrow Dynamics Suspended 1984 2005 -

Former attractions[edit | edit source]

This list is incomplete, please expand it if you can.
Name Manufacturer Type Opened Closed Fate
Bamboo Shoot Arrow Dynamics Log Flume 1969 2005 Scrapped
Barnstormer Sky Fun 1 Inc. Skycoaster 1995 2005 Scrapped
Barrel O'Fun Unknown Rotor 1970 Unknown Unknown
Diablo Falls WhiteWater West River Rapids 2003 2005 Relocated to Six Flags New England
Dungeon Drop Intamin Drop Tower 1997 2005 Relocated to Six Flags St. Louis
Looping Starship Intamin Ranger 1986 2005 Relocated to Six Flags Over Texas
Swat S&S Worldwide Sky Swat 2003 2005 Relocated to Six Flags New England
Thunder River Intamin River Rapids 1980 2005 Scrapped
Tidal Wave Arrow Dynamics Shoot The Chute 1988 2005 Scrapped

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