Exciting New Additions Coming to Six Flags in Jackson, New Jersey
Lots of very cool and fun new additions coming to Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson New Jersey this spring. We have a rundown of some of the exciting new features you will see when Six Flags Great Adventure opens for the spring season on April 1st in Jackson Township.
According to Six Flags Great Adventure, there are some cool new additions to enhance your experience with the family at the park this season. Let's start with a delicious new addition! The "Yum Yum Café" will open with a brand-new menu and in addition a beautified dining space. Speaking of food, the "Wicked Saloon" boasts all-new enclosed outdoor dining, patio furniture, and televisions – the perfect place to dine and relax at the park. This is cool and tasty, the new "Flavors of the World" it's an all-new dining experience that takes you around the world in one day. Featuring cuisine from a variety of cultures and countries, offering a uniquely delicious visit.
There's an exciting new area at the park to enjoy also it's the "Great Adventure Garden" and other enhanced "green" spaces at Six Flags.
How about adorable animals at Six Flags? Five Siberian tiger cubs turn one year old in May and will be introduced to an exhibit in a new area of the safari, how cool is that? Also animal lovers Six Flags will have some new additions like adorable European brown bear cubs under specialized care, a rare newborn bongo calf, and a sable antelope calf all joining the Great Adventure safari in 2023. Finally, Georgia the Giraffe celebrates thirty-one years of life, likely one of the oldest giraffes under human care and a grandmother to many giraffes on property. Make sure you have your cameras ready for these cute sights.
Get ready for late-night fun when Scream Break begins at Six Flags on April 8th.
Don't forget when warmer weather arrives Hurricane Harbor will open on May 20th.
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