Six Flags Tennessee is an amusement park located in Memphis, Tennessee. It is currently owned and operated by Six Flags.

History Edit

The park opened in 1972 as Six Flags' fourth and final amusement park that they opened by themselves.


Roller coastersEdit

Name Year Opened Description
ACME Rocket Express 1998 An E&F Miller kiddie coaster.
American Thunder 1972 A PTC wooden roller coaster.
Batman: The Ride 1996 A B&M inverted "Batman" roller coaster.
Frontier Mine Train 1976 An Arrow Dynamics mine train roller coaster.
Goliath 2005 A B&M floorless roller coaster.
The Joker 2017 An S&S 4D Free Fly roller coaster.
Motocoaster 2008 A Vekoma Motor Bike roller coaster. Formerly known as "Evel Knievel's Stunt Motocoaster" (2008-2010).
Roar 1999 A GCI wooden roller coaster.
Superman: Ultimate Flight 2002 A B&M flying roller coaster.
The Dark Knight Coaster 1973 A Schwarzkopf Wildcat roller coaster. Formerly known as "Wildcat" (1973-2007). It was relocated and enclosed in 2008.
Tennessee Looper 1979 An Arrow Dynamics "Corkscrew" roller coaster.
Twisted Cyclone 2012 An RMC wood/steel hybrid roller coaster.
Viper 1992 An Arrow Dynamics multi-looping roller coaster.

Flat rides Edit

Thrill Edit

Name Year Opened Description
Apocalypse: The Ride 2000 A Huss Top Spin ride. Formerly known as "Twister" (2000-2010). Revamped in 2011 with fire and water effects.
Looping Dragon 2015 A Larson Super Loop ride.
Skyscreamer 2013 A Funtime Starflyer ride.

Family Edit

Name Year Opened Description

Kiddie Edit

Name Year Opened Description

Defunct Attractions Edit

  • Deja Vu (2001-2007; replaced with The Dark Knight Coaster)
  • Greased Lightning (1981-2016; replaced with The Joker)
  • Mini Thunder (1972-1997; replaced with ACME Rocket Express)
  • Ranger (1985-2014; replaced with Looping Dragon)
  • Tennessee Cyclone (1989-2011; replaced with Twisted Cyclone)