Six Flags Worlds Of Adventure, Aurora, Ohio

The "Wild Rides" side of the park is full of fun from the water park on the left to the Big Dipper and Superman Ultimate Escape in the center to one of the coolest children's areas on the right.  I can't wait to take Bond there to play a bit.

Six Flags Worlds Of Adventure, Aurora, Ohio

From left to right along the lake is Serial Thriller a Vekoma suspended looping coaster, Batman Knight Flight which is a floorless looping coaster from B&M and Raging Wolf Bobs at the far end of the "Wild Rides" section.  As toy can see there is a bit of land right in front of Serial Thriller that could be developed into a ride.  I guess we'll have to wait and see what they put there.

Six Flags Worlds Of Adventure, Aurora, Ohio

The Big Dipper is a classic coaster from the 1920's that is just fun.  It's a nice out and back coaster and you've got to love the trains...no seat dividers with plush leather seats so if you get the chance to ride by yourself you spend your time sliding back and forth.

Six Flags Worlds Of Adventure, Aurora, Ohio

Ok, I normally don't tell people to avoid rides but avoiding the Bermuda Triangle is a must.  I ride simulators because Carrie is into them but both of us agree that this was the worst simulator by far.  Even though the ride was lame-o the theming on the outside was pretty cool.


Six Flags Worlds Of Adventure, Aurora, Ohio

Which way is up?  I'm not sure because the Time Warp flips you in every which way.  All I know is I won't ride it because I'd probably spew in every which way.



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