NEW FOR 2016

NEW! DARK OAKS ASYLUM

Run for cover and get out while you can…the souls of demented inmates and tortured patients have overtaken this decrepit and weary asylum. Your only hope for survival is to find the exit, and quick!

Get out while you can, before you’re eternally committed…

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NEW! RAGE OF THE GARGOYLES

 

Northern California’s first fully interactive virtual reality (VR) coaster experience! Are you ready to battle the monsters in real time?

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PACIFIC RIM 5-D

Experience this suspenseful, action-packed 5-D ride complete with monstrous creatures and robots! The world’s only motion-based Pacific Rim-themed ride attraction.

A pulse-pounding sci-fi adventure at Iwerks 4D Theater.

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MORE ZOMBIES THAN EVER BEFORE!

Once the sun sets, you’re no match for those ever-present creatures of the night. Zombies, ghouls, creepy creatures and the walking dead populate the park, and your space.

Find these monstrous creatures in the Scare Zones and in our Monstertainment!

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FRIGHT FEST RETURNS FOR 17 DAYS OF TERROR.

SELECT DAYS, SEPTEMBER 24 – OCTOBER 30

The park is family-friendly by day, but we turn up the terror at dusk! Fright Fest at night is not recommended for children under 13 or anyone who scares easily.

PLAN YOUR TRIP

Don’t come to Fright Fest unprepared — it’s not for the faint of heart. Find the details you need for planning your trip, then plan your escape.

Saturday, September 24   Noon to 10:00 p.m.
Sunday, September 25   Noon to 9:00 p.m.
Friday, September 30   4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Saturday, October 1   Noon to 10:00 p.m.
Sunday, October 2   Noon to 9:00 p.m.
Friday, October 7   4:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Saturday, October 8   Noon to 10:00 p.m.
Sunday, October 9   Noon to 9:00 p.m.
Friday, October 14   4:00 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.
Saturday, October 15   Noon to 11:59 p.m.
Sunday, October 16   Noon to 10:00 p.m.
Friday, October 21   4:00 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.
Saturday, October 22   Noon to 11:59 p.m.
Sunday, October 23   Noon to 10:00 p.m.
Friday, October 28   4:00 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.
Saturday, October 29   Noon to 11:59 p.m.
Sunday, October 30   Noon to 10:00 p.m.
Keep these directions handy, you’ll need them. Fear is a destabilizing emotion. Memory is impaired. Confusion is common. Objects appear closer than they really are.

Our address is:
Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
1001 Fairgrounds Drive
Vallejo, CA 94589

Whatever direction you’re coming from, you’ll Discover a Kingdom of terror.

FROM SAN FRANCISCO/OAKLAND
Take Highway 80 eastbound. Take the Highway 37 exit, just five miles east of the Carquinez Bridge. Are you sure you want to do this?

FROM SAN JOSE/SOUTH BAY
Take Highway 680 over the Benicia Bridge. Then Highway 780 through Benicia to Highway 80 and then east to the Highway 37 exit. Remember: There’s no safety in numbers.

SACRAMENTO
Take Highway 80 westbound. From Highway 80, take the Discovery Kingdom exit. Your family would be better off at home. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

MARIN/SANTA ROSA
Take highway 101 to Highway 37. Take Highway 37 eastbound. From Highway 37, take the Fairgrounds Drive exit. Do not pick up hitchhikers. It’s the oldest zombie trick in the book.

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS

BY FERRY
High-speed catamaran ferry service is offered from San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf at Pier 39. Beware of killer barracudas. For schedule information, call the Blue & Gold Fleet at 415-773-1188 or Baylink at 707-64-FERRY.

BY TRAIN
Amtrak serves Six Flags Discovery Kingdom through the Thruway Shuttle from the Martinez Station. Bus transit time is 20 minutes. Call 1-800-USA-RAIL for information. It’s coming to take you away, haha.

BY BART
Vallejo BartLink offers transportation to Six Flags Discovery Kingdom from El Cerrito Del Norte BART station. See that man in the black cap? Why is he staring at you? Call BART at 510-236-2278 (for train information) or BartLink at 707-648-4666 (for shuttle information). No Sunday service.

BY BUS
Greyhound Bus Lines serves Vallejo with connecting service on Vallejo Transit to Six Flags Discovery Kingdom. Call 707-643-7661 for more information. If the line goes dead, pay no mind.

MILEAGE CHART TO SIX FLAGS DISCOVERY KINGDOM:
Oakland—25 miles
Sacramento—55 miles
San Francisco—30 miles
San Jose—65 miles
Santa Rosa—45 miles
Stockton—65 miles
Concord—20 miles
Fremont—50 miles
Napa—10 miles
San Rafael—25 miles

Over the years, we’ve learned a thing or two about making the most of a day at Six Flags. These tips will help ensure that you have a fun and memorable experience.
  1. To check park operating hours call us at (666) 666-6666. Demons are standing by. Or you can also check our online calendar.
  2. Visit the park on nights when it is closed! You won’t be able to get in, but we will have someone there to meet you. Come alone, and don’t tell anyone where you are going.
  3. Bring a jacket or sweatshirt for cool evenings. We wouldn’t want you to catch your death of cold! Store it in one of the lockers located in the small dark shed behind the food stand closest to Guest Services.
  4.  Our park is a smoke-free facility. This is a safety measure — smoking attracts demons and werewolves, and you really don’t want to do that. Smoking is allowed in designated smoking areas only. You won’t be safe from demons and werewolves, but at least everyone else will.
  5.  If you get lost, we will eat you.
  6. When arriving, note the location of the exits and other places that might be helpful when hiding from zombies, flying creatures and blood-sucking fiends. Look hard. One really good place to hide is the dark shed behind the food stand located closest to Guest Services. Just close your eyes and come on in. It’s the safest place in the park! We promise.
  7. Stop by Stroller Rental if you need a stroller, wheelchair, wooden stakes, silver bullets, garlic, or holy water.
  8. Weapons are not allowed in the park so please leave wooden stakes, silver bullets, garlic and holy water at home. It will be more fun for you if you are completely defenseless.
  9. Review the park map. You may think you know where everything is but you don’t. We rearranged everything since your last visit. Just to make it more fun for you.
  10. Pick up a show schedule at the small dark shed behind the food stand closest to Guest Services.
  11. Start your day at attractions farthest from the exits. Your best bet for a good time is to stay as far away from the exits as possible. Bad things happen at the exits. Good things happen in remote locations deep within the park.
  12. Respect your loved ones: make all of your final arrangements in advance.
  13. To save time, eat at non-traditional lunch and dinner hours.
  14. Last year we surveyed a few of the survivors following their escape from the park. Before we ate them they recommended that the most important thing to ensure that you have a fun, safe evening is to wear a hat. They also told us that screaming is your only defense. The louder you scream, the safer you’ll be.
  15. Expect to hear lots and lots of screaming. If you hear any of it coming from the shed located behind the food stand closest to Guest Services don’t worry. It probably just means that someone is being safe.
We try to make the Fright Fest experience as confusing as possible to keep our guests in a terrorized, zombie-like state. However, for those who like to stare into the void, here are a few answers.

What are your operating hours?
For more information, see our operating calendar.

What are the current ticket prices?
We are pleased to offer a variety of gruesome ticket packages. See our tickets page for information and prices on nightly admission, season passes and other options.

Are there any rides at Fright Fest that won’t scare me?
No.

How many scary things happen during Fright Fest?
There is no way of knowing. Those who have tried to count were found in a corner, sobbing with fright.

I’m not afraid of Fright Fest. Is that okay?
Keep telling yourself that if it helps. The truth is something that will speak for itself.

Aren’t you making up all this Fright stuff?
Keep telling yourself that if it helps.

Can I wear a costume or mask?
Yes! But with some restrictions! The ghosts, demons and zombies may be quite flattered to know there are others that think they’re cool. Just be sure your costume does NOT include masks, hoods or painted faces. And no props to accessorize your look – which means, no guns, knives, devil’s fork, canes, whips – or anything like that. Follow our Code of Conduct – so you must wear shoes and a shirt, but make sure the shirt is not offensive or vulgar in any way! Jokes aside — this is a safety issue. So please follow the rules and do not wear a mask into the park or our monsters will get confused and might accidentally start eating each other instead of you.

Are Zombies real?
That is the kind of question that is going to set you apart from the others and act as a magnet for everything you will wish you’d never met. Fortunately for you there are dozens of free roaming zombies at the park who would be more than happy to answer your question.

Which ride is the least scary?
The one to the park.

How long has Fright Fest been going on?
It’s like time; there was never a start. It has always been there. A better question is: when will it end?

Will Fright Fest scare my parents?
They’re already scared.

What kinds of food does the park have?
It depends: do you prefer to be fried, baked or just eaten raw?

Will my boyfriend or girlfriend be eaten?
It depends how full we are after we finish eating you.

“A huge Halloween event with multiple mazes, scare zones and excellent entertainment!”
-Marta G., Vallejo, California

“Love the costumed employees throughout the park scaring people. I like the Michael Jackson dancers too.”

-Alexis P., Brazos, California

“It the best Fright Fest I have ever been to. The haunted house are sick and frighteningly fun!”
-Emile H., Sacramento, California

“It is a great experience for those who love to enjoy being scared.  The rides and shows are great and the kids love the haunted areas.  It’s great for a big adrenaline rush.”
-Amir M., Merazo, California

“It is fantastic. Hands down, the best time to go to Six Flags is during Fright Fest. I love it!!”
-Tyler C., Middleton, California

HAUNTED MAZES

REAL TERROR.

REAL THRILLS.

REAL MAZES.

IF YOU GET LOST, NO ONE CAN HEAR YOU SCREAM FOR HELP.

Only the bravest of souls dare to enter our haunted mazes. You’ll be blindsided by darkness as you find your way through the labyrinth while being hunted — never knowing what is lurking around the next corner.

Are you ready to face your worst fears?

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    Captain Bloat's Shipwreck of Horror

    Don’t let your love of money destroy you!

    When Captain Bloat and his pirate crew set sail in search of the legendary Golden Skull, they didn’t know how the tides would turn. Searching day after day with no luck, the prized treasure remained elusive.

    Greed and hatred ensued as the search for wealth turned the pirates against each other. Crew members were drowned, killed or eaten alive by sharks. The fewer the pirates, he better chances for more gold.

    The Golden Skull was finally retrieved from the ocean’s depths. Captain Bloat embraced his prize, but soon his skin deteriorated right to the bone as the rest of the crew each became standing skeletons. As the last pirate lay dying, the Golden Skull slipped back into the ruthless seas.

    The pirates are still haunting the area, searching for the Golden Skull. If you come by looking for your fortune, you may face the same fate.

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    Carnevil - Death Under the Big Top

    The walls are aged and covered in blood. The underside of the smoke-filled canopy is washed in a dim, red, eerie light.

    Welcome to the sideshow. Beware. Something sinister and evil lurks under the Big Top. The clowns have gone crazy and the smell of death is in the air. No one is safe. Enter if you dare.

    Bunko is an angry clown. After being fired from his beloved traveling circus, Bunko turned from a loveable, laughable clown to a vengeful monster, bent on killing his former employers and anyone who got in his way.

    And he did so during his very last performance. Using the sword swallower’s props, with his creepy clown laugh, he took down everyone in his path, including his fellow performers and any audience member in his way.

    Years later, Bunko still torments traveling circuses, luring unsuspecting audiences into his deadly funhouse.

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    Nightmare Manor

    Victorian mansion for sale! Any takers?

    This once stately Victorian mansion was the largest and most coveted house on the block. With an enviable parlor, library, luxurious rooms, and hall of portraits, the house also had a devilishly demented dungeon. House hunters beware because restless, vengeful spirits of the house are rumored to rise from the dead on the 13th hour with a thirst for unwelcome visitors.

    The previous homeowners, Arsenic and Arania Nightmare rarely had visitors, and when they did, their friends were never to be seen again. To this day, neighbors report painful, agonizing screams, yet no one dwells in the house. Or are these evil twins still haunting the place?

    Looking for a place to buy? You can tour this classic house and take heed, Arsenic and Arania may want you to stay. For good.

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    Scrapyard of the Dead

    One chilly night, when Bruce, a scrapyard worker, was throwing garbage into a giant compactor, the blades froze. He shut the machine down to oil the blades to loosen then up. That’s when his boss, Gregory, came by.

    Noticing the power was down and with no idea that Bruce was there, Gregory turned the machine back on. Bruce screamed when he heard the engine turn. The newly lubed blades cut through him like paper in a paper shredder.

    Upset, Bruce’s mother, Lila, broke into the scrapyard and shut the power off. When the men couldn’t get their compactors working, they jumped in to oil the blades. Lila restarted the power, shredding 10 men to bits. Condemned and abandoned for years, the scrapyard is now haunted by the zombified employees.

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    Dark Oaks Asylum

    In 1913, Dr. Currie founded his Asylum…

    Within a few short years, it had developed a reputation for its unusual treatment methods. Despite countless claims of inhuman treatment, no solid evidence could be found to shut the facility down.

    In 1954, a mysterious fire claimed many lives as it engulfed the asylum. Alice Currie, obsessed with caring out her father’s work, had a new facility build on the original foundation. Strange things began to happen. It was rumored to be cursed. Haunted by the souls of those that died in the fire.

    On an eerie night in October of 1973 the entire staff and inmate population disappeared without a trace. The building was shuttered and fell into ruin. It’s been said that at night the insane comeback to life to roam the empty halls. This is where unspeakable things are said to happen. This is Dark Oaks Asylum, nightmare’s reality…

Scare Zones

THRILLS AT EVERY CORNER.

SIX FLAGS SCARE ZONES ENSURE THE YOU NEVER CATCH A BREAK FROM THE FRIGHTS.

As you walk throughout the park, be prepared as you enter the next scare zone. You’re just trying to pass through, to get to the next ride or maze, but NO! First you must come face to face with elusive bloody-thirsty creatures as they hunt down their next victims. Hopefully you’ll make it through to tell the tale!

Shows

GHOULS? ZOMBIES? DANCING MONSTERS? COME SEE IT ALL.

SIX FLAGS OFFERS LIVE PERFORMANCES ALL DURING FRIGHT FEST.

Our Fright Fest shows will leave you howling for more.

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Drench Rocks!

Before it was converted into a beautiful dolphin sanctuary, the pool at Discovery Kingdom once housed a wicked 70’s roller rink.

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The Aftermath Closing Show

With almost all evidence of the 2005 zombie apocalypse erased, humans are once again willing to re-enter Discovery Kingdom.

 

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The Awakening

Nicholas Nightmare has been accused of horrific crimes against humanity. Is he guilty?

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Monster Mash Bash

There are those that spend a lot of time seeking revenge, and it can be contagious.

Rides

These Rides Show No Mercy

Six Flags is known for pulse-pounding coasters that deliver intense thrills all season, but these rides ramp up the fear during Fright Fest.

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TICKETS & PASSES

SEASON PASSES

Buy a Season Pass and visit the rest of 2016.

Prices start at:


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  • Daily Admission + Haunted Houses

    Price starts at:

    $74.26

  • Purchase daily tickets and Haunted House admission together online and save up to $17 when you buy at least one day before your trip.

  • One-day admission for all day and Fright Fest at night. Haunted House Wristband includes unlimited Haunted House admission on the day of your visit.

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  • Daily Admission Only

    Price starts at:

    $41.99

  • Buy daily tickets online and save up to $25 when you purchase at least a day in advance. Not sure when you’ll visit? Buy an Any Day Ticket.

  • One-day admission for all day and Fright Fest at night.

  • Some haunted attractions require the purchase of a separate Haunted House Wristband.

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  • Season Passes

    Price starts at:

    $75.99

  • For a few dollars more, you can purchase a Season Pass and get unlimited visits for the rest of the 2016 season including park admission during Fright Fest and Holiday in the Park!

  • A Season Pass also includes in-park discounts, free tickets for friends on select days and admission to all Six Flags theme parks.

  • Some haunted attractions require the purchase of a separate Haunted House Wristband.

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  • Memberships

    Price starts at:

    $6.35/mo.

  • A Membership features all of the same benefits as a Season Pass but you can pay for it one month at a time and keep it as long as you like after 12 months.

  • A Membership has minimum upfront costs and immediate activation.

  • Some haunted attractions require the purchase of a separate Haunted House Wristband.

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Haunted Attractions

HAUNTED HOUSE WRISTBAND

Unlimited trips through all haunted attractions on a single visit to the park. Park admission is additional.

Additional Offers

General Admission at the Park

$66.99

One-day park admission purchased at the front gate. Buy online instead and save!  Some haunted attractions require the purchase of a separate Haunted House Wristband.

Child Admission at the Park

$46.99

Admission for kids under 48″, children two and under are free. The park is family-friendly by day but Fright Fest at night is not recommended for children under 13.

Group Tickets

Price starts at:

$32.99

Groups of 15 or more get really big discounts when tickets are purchased in advance.

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