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8 Thrilling Theme Parks in Texas

There is a sudden adrenaline rush when you hear ‘theme parks’ and here in Texas ‘everything is bigger’ ; quite literally
Gaurav Kadam Jul 3, 2019

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ZDT’s Amusement Park

The name ZDT comes from the three children of the park’s owners – Zac, Danielle and Tiffany. It was designed keeping families in mind. The park has a wooden roller coaster, parachute drop, go-karts and the newest attraction - Mad Raft Water Coaster.

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Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier

Here you can test your bravery. The 5D ferocious Shark Attack ride will drop your jaws. The other adventurous rides include the Iron Shark roller coaster, Pirate’s Plunge and Sea Dragon.

Seawood San Antonio

Want to swim alongside a dolphin or hold a penguin in your hands ? If yes, this is the place for you. Watch killer whales, seals, otters and sea lions. It also has the all new sea swinger, riptide rescue and the wave breaker.

Six Flags Fiesta Texas

Fiesta Texas has an amusement park, a water park, live entertainment and restaurants. It houses rides for everybody – right from the toddlers to old wines. The special attractions here are Batman (world’s first 4D free-fly coaster) and Superman (world’s tallest vertical loop).

Kemah Broadwalk Amusement

Situated overlooking the beautiful Galveston Bay, the Kemah Broadwalk Amusement is an ultimate family getaway. The park has some cool rides like the Aviator, the pendulum ride – Pharoh’s Fury, a 140 ft Drop Zone and a 65 ft Ferris Wheel.

Wonderland Park

Started in 1951 as a dream project of Paul and Alethea Thompson, the park is now run by their fourth generation. The park boasts of more than 60 rides along with a miniature golf park.The roller coaster named Texas Tornado is the most famous attraction.

Six Flags Over Texas

El Diablo, the world’s largest loop coaster is located here. The park has introduced the virtual reality feature for rides namely the Riddler's Revenge, Catwoman's Whip, and Harley Quinn Spinsanity.

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Kiddie Park

Established in 1925, it is America’s oldest children’s amusement park. Although renovated, the park has retained its 1920’s old-fashioned ferris wheel, hand-carved Herschell Spillman carousel, and other classic children rides.