Fire and Ice Winter Festival at Six Flags Over Texas

Rodney Allison and his granddaughter ride down the Frosty Snowhill at Six Flags.(Ben Torres / Special Contributor)

The Arlington theme park will be open weekends and holidays in January and February for a new seasonal event. The festival will include the Frosty Snowhill attraction that’s a favorite from Holiday in the Park, millions of twinkling lights, a Saturday night fireworks show, live stage performances, ice carving demonstrations, a dancing fountain show and, of course, lots of rides. In honor of the park’s 60th anniversary — it opened in August 1961 — admission will be $19.61 for ages 3 and older in January and February. Advance reservations are required. Visitors 2 and older must wear masks.

Through Feb. 28, on Saturdays and Sundays plus Jan. 18 and Feb. 15, from noon to 7 p.m. at Six Flags Over Texas, 2201 Road to Six Flags, Arlington. $19.61, free for kids 2 and younger. Upgrades available on the website. Parking is $30.


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