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Six Flags New England, or SFNE, is a theme park in the Six Flags chain of parks, named for the New England region in which it is located. Six Flags New England is located in greater Springfield, Massachusetts, in the nearby town of Agawam, Massachusetts. Like most other Six Flags parks, Six Flags New England […]28Jun2008 | Virtual Bird's Eye | 0 comments | Continued
Six Flags America is a theme park located in Largo in Prince George’s County, Maryland. It lies 15 miles (24 km) east of Washington D.C., and 30 miles (48 km) southwest of Baltimore. It sits on a site of 523 acres (2.12 km┬▓), 131 of which is currently used for park operations. The park’s history […]19Jun2008 | Virtual Bird's Eye | 1 comment | Continued
Six Flags Over Georgia is a 230-acre theme park located west of Atlanta, in Austell, Georgia. Opened in 1967, it is the second park in the Six Flags chain, after the original opening in 1961 in Texas. Six Flags Over Georgia and its two sister parks, Six Flags Over Texas and Six Flags St. Louis, […]5Jun2008 | Virtual Bird's Eye | 0 comments | Continued
Six Flags Magic Mountain is an amusement park located just west of the Valencia neighborhood of Santa Clarita, north of Los Angeles. It opened on Memorial Day weekend on May 29, 1971 as Magic Mountain, by the Newhall Land and Farming Company, the development company behind the district of Valencia. It was not until 1979, […]17May2008 | Virtual Bird's Eye | 0 comments | Continued
Six Flags Great America is the Chicago metropolitan area’s Six Flags theme park located in Gurnee, Illinois. It first opened in 1976 as Marriott’s Great America. Six Flags purchased the park from the Marriott Corporation in 1984 making it the seventh park in the chain. Today, the park boasts eight themed sections, a 13-acre water […]12May2008 | Virtual Bird's Eye | 0 comments | Continued
Crazy Horse Memorial, home of the worldΓÇÖs largest mountain sculpture in progress, is in the Black Hills of South Dakota on U.S. Highway 16/385 just 17 miles southwest of Mount Rushmore. Sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski began the project in 1948 at the request of Lakota Chief Henry Standing Bear and other Native American elders. Korczak died […]8Apr2008 | Virtual Bird's Eye | 1 comment | Continued