Six Flags Fiesta Texas is a theme park built by the Gaylord Entertainment Company and now owned and operated by Six Flags. Fiesta Texas opened on March 14, 1992 in San Antonio, Texas. Spanning 200 acres (81 ha), the park was originally built to become a destination musical show park with its focus on the musical culture of the state of Texas. In 1996 Six Flags took over as owners of the park.
A Morgan Bumper Cars ride. formerly known as "Steingasse". Located in the Spassburg section.
A Zierer Wave Swinger ride. Formerly known as "Die Fledermaus". Located in the Spassburg section.
Scooby-Doo! Ghostblasters: The Mystery of the Haunted Mansion
A Sally Corporation Interactive Family Dark Ride. Located in the Fiesta Bay Boardwalk section.
A Larson Tilt-A-Whirl ride. Located in the Fiesta Bay Boardwalk section.
Crow's Nest Ferris Wheel
A Chance Rides Century Wheel ride. Located in the Fiesta Bay Boardwalk section.
Fiesta Texas Railroad
A train ride that takes riders around the park.
A Morgan Carousel. From 1992 to 2008, the carousel was located in Spassburg as "Dornroschen". Now located in the Rockville Section.
A Morgan Spinning Ride themed to billiard balls. Located in the Rockville Section.
A Scrambler ride. Located in the Fiesta Bay Boardwalk section.
Kiddie (Little Spassburg; formerly known as "Kidzopolis" (2011-2016) and "Wiggles World" (2009-2010))Edit
A western themed kiddie drop tower that was originally located in Crackaxle Canyon until 2008. Formerly known as "Wiggly Trail Ride" (2009-2010), "Lil' Bronco Buster" (2002 to 2008), and "Rodeo Rider" (1999-2008).
A Zamperla Convoy Ride. Formerly known as "Krazy Kars" (2011-2016), "Big Red Cars" (2009-2010), Kinderbahn (1992-2008).
SS Treasure King
An interactive kiddie playship. formerly known as "Splish Splash Zone" (2011-2016) and "S.S. Feathersword's Playship" (2009-2010)
A Zamperla Mini Tea Cups ride. Formerly known as "Mini Tea Cups".
The Great Berry Tree
A Zamperla Samba Tower ride. Formerly known as "Up, Up & Away" (2011-2016) and "Yummy Yummy Fruit Salad" (2009-2010).
Around The World Flights
A Zamperla Aero Top Jet ride. Formerly known as "ZoomJets" (2011-2016) and "Big Red Planes" (2009-2010).