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New England SkyScreamer will officially be the tallest attraction to join the already amazing line-up of rides at Six Flags New England and become the park's newest icon. The ride
will tower over 400 feet in the air and circle at speeds of up to 40 mph. Once the twenty-four thrill seekers board the ride, it quickly rises, taking guests 40 stories into the air and while spinning round and round, riders will experience breathtaking views of the Connecticut River and New England skyline. At night, the New England SkyScreamer's bright lights will beckon guests from near and far.
"We take great pride in offering the finest, biggest and most innovative attractions for our guests," said
John Winkler, Six Flags New England's
Park President. "The addition of the New England SkyScreamer
only enhances our commitment to delivering world-class thrills and attractions to Six Flags New England every year."
New England SkyScreamer is scheduled to open summer 2014 and this new attraction will be a "must ride" for thrill seekers of all ages.
Six Flags New England announced today that 2014 season passes are now on sale at the lowest prices of the year and provide unlimited visits for the rest of the 2013 season (including Fright Fest
®) and all of the 2014 season. For a limited time, with the purchase of a season pass four-pack, guests will receive a free upgrade to a gold season pass that includes free admission and free season parking to any Six Flags Theme Park with every pass. Annual Memberships Passes, which include all of the great benefits of a season pass, are also available at an affordable monthly price. Offer expires
November 3, 2013.
To keep the thrills coming in the fall, Six Flags New England's annual Fright Fest® celebration will undergo one of the largest expansions in the park's history with new mazes and more scare, as well as added days and extended hours.