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Six Flags Eirabourne Discovery World is an amusement park located in Eirabourne, El Kadsre. It is the only amusement park located in Eirabourne.

History

The park opened in 1977 as "Discovery World" under the ownership of Kings Entertainment Company. In October 1992, Kings Entertainment Company sold the park to Six Flags and was renamed in 1993 as "Six Flags Eirabourne Discovery World".

Areas

  • International Street
  • River Country
  • DC Universe
  • Expo City
  • Looney Tunes Adventures (formerly known as "The Happy Land of Hanna-Barbera" (1977-1992))
  • Whistlestop Park (formerly known as "Thomas Town" (2008-2010), "Kid Cat's Garden Village" (1993-2007), and "Smurf Village" (1983-1992)).
  • Six Flags Splash Works (inclusive water park)

Current rides

Roller coasters

Name Year Opened Description
The Beast 1977 A PTC wooden roller coaster. Located in the River Country section. Logo changed in 1994 due to copyright issues with Paramount. Logo brought back in 2006 after purchased and put into the Six Flags' Beast Lore.
Big Spin 2008 A Gerstlauer 420/4 spinning roller coaster. Located in the Expo City section. Formerly known as "Tony Hawk's Big Spin" (2008-2010).
Flashback 1989 An Arrow Dynamics boomerang roller coaster. Formerly known as "The Bat" (1989-1992). Located in the Expo City section.
Goliath 2006 A B&M floorless roller coaster. Located in the River Country section.
Goliath Jr. 1983 An Intamin kiddie coaster. Formerly known as "Mild Cat" (1993-2005) and "Smurf Coaster" (1983-1992). Located in the Whistlestop Park section.
Mr. Freeze 1999 A B&M "Batman: The Ride" inverted roller coaster. Located in the DC Universe section.
Roadrunner Express 1977 A PTC wooden family roller coaster. Formerly known as "Scooby's Gasping Ghoster Coaster" (1977-1992). Located in the Looney Tunes Adventures section.
Serpentine 1987 An Intamin bobsled roller coaster. Located in the River Country section.
Superman: Ride of Steel 2002 An Intamin megacoaster. Located in the DC Universe section.
V2: Vertical Velocity 2002 An Intamin impulse roller coaster. Located in the Expo City section.
Wildcat 1977 A Schwarzkopf "Wildcat" roller coaster model. Located in the River Country section.
Wicked Cyclone 2014 An RMC wood/steel hybrid roller coaster. Located in the River Country section.

Water rides

Name Year Opened Description
Loggin' Toboggan 1977 An Arrow Dynamics log flume ride. Located in the River Country section. Rerouted by Hopkins in 2005 to make way for Goliath.
Rip Roarin' Rapids 1987 A river rapids ride. Located in the River Country section.

Flat rides

Name Year Opened Description
Chaos 1997 A Chance Rides Chaos ride. Located in the Expo City section.
Dark Knight Flight 2017 A Zamperla Giant Discovery ride. Located in the DC Universe section.
Dizzy Dynamo 1977 A Mack Calypso ride. Located in the Expo City section.
Dragon Ship 1977 A Huss pirate ship ride. Located in the River Country section.
Eirabourne Limited Express 1977 A train ride. Located in the Expo City and River Country sections.
Enterprise 1977 An Enterprise ride. Located in the Expo City section.
The Halfpipe 2008 A Zamperla Mega Disk'O ride. located in the Expo City section. Formerly known as "Tony Hawk's Halfpipe" (2008-2010).
Justice League: Battle for Metropolis 2018 An interactive dark ride. Located in the DC Universe section.
Merrie Melodies Carousel 1977 A carousel ride themed to the Looney Tunes. Formerly known as "Hanna-Barberry-Go-Round" (1977-1992). Located in the Looney Tunes Adventures section.
Two Face: The Flip Side 1995 A Chance Double Inverted ride. Formerly known as "Double Flip" (1995-1998). Located in the DC Universe section.
Wave Swinger 1977 A Wave Swinger ride. Located in the Expo City section.

Kiddie

Name Year Opened Description
Aeroport 1983 A Hampton Rides "Sky Fighter" kiddie ride. Formerly known as "Sodor Airport" (2008-2011), "Rocket Race" (1993-2007), and "Air Smurf" (1983-1992).
Daffy's Diver 1993 A Zamperla Crazy Bus ride themed to a submarine. Located in the Looney Tunes Adventures section.
Speedy Gonzales 1977 A kidde Himalaya ride. Formerly known as "Barney Rubble's Boulder Dash" (1977-1992). Located in the Looney Tunes Adventures section. In 2002, speakers were installed that played an instrumental of Speedy Gonzales by Pat Boone.
Taz Twister 1977 A kiddie Wave Swinger ride. Formerly known as "Top Cat's Swing Time" (1977-1992). Located in the Looney Tunes Adventures section.
Whistlestop Train 2008 A small train ride. Formerly known as "Thomas the Tank Engine" (2008-2011). Located in the Whistlestop Park section.

Defunct rides

Name Year Opened Year Closed Description
Cyclone 1990 2013 A Dinn wooden roller coaster. Replaced with Wicked Cyclone.
Jabberjaw's Shark Bait 1977 1992 A Hampton kiddie boat ride (no umbrella) themed to sharks. Replaced with Daffy's Diver.
Mind Bender 1989 2017 A Vekoma Illusion roller coaster. Replaced with Justice League: Battle for Metropolis. The building that housed the roller coaster is still standing.
Phantom Manor 1977 1988 A haunted House dark ride. Replaced with Mind Bender.
Power Surge 1994 2007 A dinghy water slide flume ride. Replaced with Tony Hawk's Big Spin.
Superman: The Escape 1982 2016 An Intamin first generation Free Fall ride. Formerly known as "London Tower" (1982-2000). Replaced with Dark Knight Flight.
Switchback Railway 1983 2007 A kiddie hand-cranked train ride. Replaced with Whistlestop Train. The track is still in use for the train ride.
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