WE ACCEPT THE FOLLOWING:
(min. height 52") If you have a fear of heights, think twice before hopping on this ascending 20-story tower. After ascending 20 stories, you will drop 16, at a max. speed of 65 mph - talk about adrenaline-pumpin'!
(min. height 54") Feel the experience Batman felt when he needed to escape his enemies: same adrenaline rush, same speed: this is what Batman: The Ride has to offer thrill seekers. Definitely worth experiencing!
(min. height 42") This is, perhaps, one of the most family-friendly thrill rides one will find at Six Flags Over Georgia. 2 Minutes 51 Seconds, 29 MPH, close to 4 story tall.
(min. height 48") "Drop Beyond Vertical"! One of the most adrenaline-rushing thrill rides in the park. Loops, drops and speed - these are, perhaps, the best terms to describe it.
(min. height 48") Head-spinning drops and turns - this is an old-school trill-packed wooden track.
(min. height 54") Think about this: because it is so huge, Goliath couldn't fit within the park grounds, so it had to be extended outside the park, therefore, the spins and turns go back and forth, within and outside the park. There is a 200-feet ascent, 0-gravity floating hills and drops, plus more.
(min. height 42") This one has a height restriction, so it's more suitable for smaller children, also giving them the chance to feel the rush. However, only those of them who dare can feel it, because the ride includes a three loops-two vertical-at speeds up to 50 mph, and it is 8-stories tall.
(min. height 48") With 5 upside-down turns, speeds that reach 55 mph, and a height of 12 stories, this trill can only blow your mind. It is a blood-rushing ride!
(min. height 48") 10 stories tall, 50 mph.
(min. height 54") Another blood-rushing thrill ride that should not be missed.
(min. height 54 ") It is one of tallest and fastest attractions of its kind in the Southeast.
( min. height 42") This was once the tallest coaster in the world. But, don't worry, it gives the same amount of adrenaline to whoever dares to ride it, as it ever it.
The closest airport is Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, located at a distance of 8 miles from the city center of nearby Atlanta, GA.
From Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, visitors can choose to travel via shuttle, bus, train, rental car, limousine, executive car or taxi cab.
There are dozens hotels, motels and inns that surround the airport, and which offers shuttle transportation for their guests. Hotel shuttle service is available on the Purple Isle outside in the Ground Transportation Center, located at the west end of the building (west curb).
MARTA, which is the public transportation service in Atlanta, also offers bus service to numerous cities near Atlanta, from the airport, including to Austell. A one-way ticket for riding MARTA only costs $2.
Greyhound services are also available from the airport.
The Amtrak station in Atlanta is located at 1688 Peachtree N.W. For door-to-door services to Amtrak, there is the Atlanta Link transportation shuttle, available by phone.
According to previous visitors, the best time to visit Six Flags Over Georgia is at the end of the season, in September through October, Monday - Thursday. Usually, Mondays and Tuesdays are the least crowded days. July is the busiest time, and, of course, weekends are always packed.