Six Flags Mexico

Amusement park in Mexico

Six Flags Mexico
Mexico City, Mexico
Status Operating
Opened 1982
Owner Six Flags
Previous names Reino Aventura
Area 110 acres

Six Flags Mexico is a theme park located in Mexico City, Mexico. The park is one of two parks outside the United States currently owned by Six Flags.


The park first opened in 1982 under the name Reino Aventura. The park underwent a refurbishment in 1992, but did not see many major changes while it was known as Reino Aventura.

In 1999, Premier Parks, owner of the Six Flags chain of theme parks, purchased Reino Aventura for an estimated $59 million.[1] Due to this, the park was rebranded as Six Flags Mexico, and 20 new attractions were added for 2000.

Roller coasters


Name Manufacturer Type Opened Status
Batman The Ride Vekoma Inverted April 14, 2000 Operating
Boomerang Vekoma Shuttle 1988 Operating
Dark Knight Mack Rides Wild Mouse
March 19, 2009 Operating
Medusa Steel Coaster Rocky Mountain Construction Hybrid June 14, 2014 Operating
Joker Gerstlauer Spinning March 6, 2013 Operating
Superman el Último Escape Morgan Hyper November 19, 2004 Operating
Superman Krypton Coaster Vekoma Sit-Down 1993 Operating
Tsunami Zierer Sit-Down 1981 Operating
Wonder Woman S&S Worldwide 4th Dimension
June 1, 2018 Operating


Name Manufacturer Type Opened Closed Fate
Medusa Custom Coasters International Wooden 2000 2013 Scrapped, supports used for Medusa Steel Coaster



Name Manufacturer Type Opened
CraZanity Zamperla Frisbee 2020
Kilahuea S&S Worldwide Drop Tower 2000
Río Salvaje Intamin River Rapids 1992
Ruleta Chance Rides Trabant/Satellite 2000
Sling Shot Funtime Slingshot 2014
Teen Titans Turbo J&J Amusements Go-Karts 2000
X-Flight Sky Fun 1 Inc. Skycoaster 2015


Amusement parks operated by Six Flags