Your Premier, Unofficial Guide to Six Flags Over Texas
Holiday in the Park
The most wonderful time of the year returns to Six Flags Over Texas on select dates from November 16th through December 30th. Guests can enjoy miles of Christmas lights, specialty foods, and the Merry Marketplace. Click the button below for a full guide to this year's event!
SFOT Source originally began in 2005 with the intention of providing the most comprehensive information of Six Flags Over Texas on the internet. Back then we were the only website with full event guides, in-depth ride information, and a year-to-year history timeline.
We give you a closer look at Fright Fest 2018 scare zones and the park's live entertainment line-up. We also check out more of the specialty food and drink items and the permanent closure of one of the park's normal restaurants.
Visitors of SFOT Source tend to ask us what we think of the haunted houses. Which one is the scariest? Which one is the most effective? Is there anything unique in any of the houses? We’ve decided to take it a step further and rate all of the haunted houses based off of a 5-point system.
Fright Fest is right around the corner (beginning September 22nd) and this edition of The Queue Blog will break down all the changes happening to the event. While a handful of new attractions are coming to Fright Fest this season, the event itself is actually slimming down on offerings.
Holiday in the Park is Six Flags Over Texas' holiday event taking place on select dates from November 16th through December 30th. This event includes tons of holiday decor and lights, entertainment, and many other family-friendly activities.
Then & Now Series
Series Five of our Then & Now Series, released August 2018, is now live! Take a step into the park's past and see how it compares to the images of today.