Kids enjoying the mule pack ride.

Los Conquistadores Mule Pack Ride

1961 - 1962 | Spain

• A burro ride featuring live animals.


Las Cocheses Cabras

1961 - 1963 | Mexico

• A goat ride that was removed to make way for the La Cucaracha roller coaster.


La Cucaracha when it was located in the park's USA section.

La Cucaracha

1961 - 1964 | Mexico

• An Allen Herschell Wild Mouse roller coaster that was originally constructed in the park's USA section and moved to Mexico for the 1962 season.


A look at the Overland Butterfield Stagecoach in action.

Overland Butterfield Stagecoach

1961 - 1967 | Old South

• A live stagecoach ride that was eventually removed to make way for the Spee-Lunker's Cave attraction.


Guests are treated to a bird's-eye view of the park on Sky Hook.

Sky Hook

1963 - 1968 | Boomtown

• A Sky Crane modified by Von Roll to be an observation attraction. Eventually relocated to Magic Springs. Was located in the current spot occupied by Mini Mine Train.


A look at Jet Set in action.

Jet Set

1967 - 1970 | USA

• Jet Sets was an Intamin Mini Jets attraction. This was the first-ever amusement attraction created by Intamin and it occupied the same location as Big Bend.


The Flying Jenny was located in the park's Old South section.

Little Dixie Carousel (Flying Jenny)

1961 - 1974 | Old South

• A carousel attraction that was powered by mules.


Guests could walk up to the first level of Oil Derrick and enjoy a slide down to the ground.

Tower Slide

1969 - 1976 | Tower

• Tower Slide was a multi-lane Fun Slide attraction that came off the first level of Oil Derrick.


Ferrocarril Fiesta Train

1961 - 1978 | Mexico

• A train ride that once resided in the park's Mexico section.


Guests enjoying a ride on Big Bend.

Big Bend

1971 - 1979 | USA

• Big Bend was a Schwarzkopf Speed Racer roller coaster. The ride was transported to Six Flags St. Louis but never reassembled. 


Looking down on AstroLift's USA station.

AstroLift

1961 - 1980 | Texas, USA

• A Von Roll 101 attraction. The ride had two stations located in the USA and Texas park sections.


Guests enjoying a spin on Crazy Legs in 1974.

Crazy Legs

1973 - 1982 | Goodtimes Square

• The park's first version of Crazy Legs was a Eyerly Aircraft Monster attraction located in Goodtimes Square.


Cannons going off during a boat's adventure.

LaSalle's Riverboat Expedition

1961 - 1982 | France

• LaSalle's Riverboat Expedition was a guided boat ride in which guests took an adventure through various themed scenes. The ride once sat in part of the current location of Roaring Rapids.


A skull slide attraction featured inside of Skull Island.

Skull Island

1961 - 1982 | Skull Island (Current Tower Area)

• Skull Island was a multi-functional playground attraction (and its own area) that was eventually removed completely as the park's Tower section expanded.


The Petting Zoo was a classic, family-friendly attraction.

Petting Zoo

1961 - 1983 | USA

• The Petting Zoo was an attraction featured in the park's USA section. Was located in the current Bugs Bunny Boomtown location.


An early look at the Caddo War Canoes.

Caddo War Canoes

1961 - 1983 | Boomtown

• An interactive canoe attraction located in Boomtown. Guests would aid in the rowing of their canoe.


The former Chevy Show is now currently Lone Star Theatre.

Cinesphere Chevy Show

1969 - 1984 | Texas

• A Cinema 180 attraction. The Chevy Show location is now known as Lone Star Theatre.


Happy Motoring Freeway was a 50s-style car attraction.

Happy Motoring Freeway

1961 - 1987 | USA

• An Arrow Dynamics Auto Ride attraction that sat in the current location of the Pandemonium roller coaster.


A look at the building that housed Rotoriculous.

Rotoriculous

1975 - 1988 | Goodtimes Square

• A Wisdom Rides Himalaya attraction that was located in the park's Goodtimes Square area.


Guests waiting in line to ride Spindletop.

Spindletop

1967 - 1989 | Texas

• A Chance Rides Rotor attraction. The ride was relocated to Frontier City in Oklahoma City, OK where it still operates currently.


A look at some of the Spee-Lunker characters from The Cave.

Spee-Lunker's Cave

1964 - 1991 | Texas

• An Arrow Development Dark Ride attraction that once occupied the current Gold River Adventure location.


A look at Spinnaker in action.

Spinnaker

1977 - 1995 | Tower

• A Schwarzkopf Enterprise attraction that once occupied the current Runaway Mountain location. Spinnaker was moved to Six Flags Fiesta Texas and renamed Wagon Wheel, though it has since been removed from the park.


Great Six Flags Air Racer

1984 - 1999 | Tower

• An Intamin Air Racer attraction that once occupied the current Superman: Tower of Power location.


Missile Chaser

1961 - 2002 | Tower & USA

• An Eli Bridge Scrambler attraction. There were multiple versions of the ride. The last version, which was located in the current Superman: Tower of Power location, was removed in 2002 and relocated to Six Flags Magic Mountain.


Virtual Reality

2001 - 2005 | Goodtimes Square

• A VR attraction that was located in the park's Goodtimes Square area.


Turbo Bungy

2001 - 2005 | Tower

• A Eurobungy attraction once located near the entrance to both Shock Wave and Six Flags Speedway. The former Turbo Bungy pad is currently part of the Shock Wave queue line.


A look at the attraction when it was known as Wildcatter.

Wildcatter/G-Force/Cliffhanger

1982 - 2007 | Boomtown

• Known by three different names during its time at Six Flags Over Texas. Was a First-Generation Intamin Freefall attraction that was imploded when removed. Once occupied the current Pandemonium location.


Bumper Cars were in the green building pictured in the background.

Bumper Cars

1973 - 2007 | Goodtimes Square

• A Soli Bumper Cars attraction. Last operated for the 2007 season. However, the ride was SBNO until 2016 when it was demolished.


Heritage Festival/Best of Texas Festival

2002 - 2002 | Park-Wide

• A festival celebrating the heritage of Texas with food, live music, and other activities.


Guests enjoying Casa Magnetica during its early years.

Casa Magnetica

1962 - 2011 | Spain

• A Crooked House attraction. Opened in 1962 originally, but did not operate each season between then and 2011. Only opened for one season in 2011 for the park's 50th anniversary. Currently SBNO.


A look at Flashback! with Texas Chute Out in the background.

Flashback!

1989 - 9/3/2012 | Goodtimes Square

• A Vekoma Boomerang attraction. Once occupied the current location of The Riddler Revenge. Was rebuilt at Six Flags St. Louis as Boomerang.


Texas Chute Out took guests up in baskets to give them an overhead view of the park.

Texas Chute Out

1989 - 2012 | USA

• An Intamin Parachute Tower attraction that was imploded when demolished. Once sat in the current Texas SkyScreamer location.


Bugs Bunny's Spirit of St. Louie

1976 - 2013 | USA

• A Zamperla Mini Airplanes attraction. Removed during the remodel/expansion of Bugs Bunny Boomtown (formerly known as Looney Tunes USA).


Daffy Duck's Capitol Tours

2001 - 2013 | USA

• A SBF/VISA Crazy Bus attraction. Removed during the remodel/expansion of Bugs Bunny Boomtown (formerly known as Looney Tunes USA).


Michigan J. Frog's Tinsel Town Revue

1985 - 2013 | USA

• A Zamperla Mini Swinger attraction. Removed during the remodel/expansion of Bugs Bunny Boomtown (formerly known as Looney Tunes USA).


Route 66 Bumper Cars

2001 - 2013 | USA

• A SBF/VISA Mini Bumper Cars attraction. Removed during the remodel/expansion of Bugs Bunny Boomtown (formerly known as Looney Tunes USA).


Adventure Theater once featured a show entitled "The Right Stuff."

Adventure Theater

1995 - 2014 | USA

• A Motion Simulator attraction that was SBNO from 2011 to 2014. The structure was remodeled and expanded and is now the home to Justice League: Battle for Metropolis.


ACME Rock-N-Rocket sending riders through a complete inversion.

ACME Rock-N-Rocket

2006 - 8/24/2014 | USA

• An Intamin Looping Starship attraction that was removed to make room for Justice League: Battle for Metropolis.


A look at the ride while it was themed around Harley Quinn.

Harley Quinn Spinsanity/Crazy Legs

2006 - 1/7/2018 | Gotham City

• A Huss Troika attraction. From 2006 through 2015 the ride was named Crazy Legs while that area of the park was still Goodtimes Square. In 2016 the ride was renamed Harley Quinn Spinsanity to fit the newly-expanded Gotham City theme.