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Six Flags Great Discovery is an amusement park located in Wheeling, West Virginia. It is owned and operated by Six Flags.

HistoryEdit

The park first opened in 1977 under the name of "Kings Great Discovery". At the end of the 1992 season, Kings Entertainment Company sold the park to Six Flags and was renamed "Six Flags Great Discovery".

RidesEdit

Roller coasters Edit

Name Year Opened Description
Batman: The Ride 1995 A B&M inverted "Batman" coaster.
The Beast 1979 A wooden roller coaster. A mirror image of The Beast at Kings Island.
Beastie 1979 A PTC wooden family roller coaster.
Viper 1977 An Arrow Dynamics looping roller coaster. This was the park's first roller coaster. Formerly known as "King Cobra" (1977-1992).
V2: Vertical Velocity 2017 An Intamin impulse coaster. Relocated from Six Flags Discovery World.
Whistlestop Crazy Train 2008 A Zamperla kiddie coaster. Formerly known as "Percy's Mail Delivery" (2008-2010).

Flat rides Edit

ThrillEdit

Name Year Opened Description
Goliath 2016 A Zamperla Giant Discovery ride.
The Joker 2001 A Huss Top Spin ride. Formerly known as "Twister" (2001-2015).

FamilyEdit

Name Year Opened Description

KiddieEdit

Name Year Opened Description
ACME Rocket Riders 1977 A kiddie ride with rocket vehicles that kids can control the elevation. Formerly known as "Jetsons' Jet Orbiters" (1977-1992).
Marvin Martian's Space Cruisers 1977 A kiddie bumper cars ride. Formerly known as "The Flintstones Boulder Bumpers" (1977-1992).
Whistlestop Bus Line 2008 A Zamperla Crazy Bus ride. Formerly known as "Bertie the Bus" (2008-2010).
Whistlestop Express 2008 A miniature train ride. Formerly known as "Thomas the Tank Engine" (2008-2010).
Yosemite Sam's Flight School 1977 A kiddie plane ride. Formerly known as "Yogi Bear's Sky Tours" (1977-1992).