Six Flags Holiday Light drive-thru[Photo Gallery]

Six Flags Holiday Light drive-thru[Photo Gallery]

I didn’t know what to expect when I got the Holiday Light driving experience at Six Flags Great Adventure.

Check out these photos of the Drive-Thru Holiday Light experience at Six Flags:

Six Flags Amazing Drive-Thru Holiday Light Experience

I’ve been to Six Flags Great Adventure a lot, but this time was one of my favorite times to walk through the park. Driving through the park was such an experience. I absolutely loved it. It’s so cool to cross with no one in the park. It’s completely empty except for passing cars.

I have been to Holiday in the Park several times and love it, it was just different. The lights looked different. Our car was packed with friends and family, I just loved it. And, because we are members, we participated for free this year. If you are a Six Flags member pass holder, you can spend this year.

Reservations must be made before going to the drive-thru. CLICK HERE to book for the drive-thru. The drive-thru experience at Six Flags runs until January 9, 2022. The vacation drive-thru schedule is Monday to Friday 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM.

After the drive-thru service is over, you drive through the entire park. We saw just about everything you would see walking around Holiday in the Park. So after you can get out of your car and head to Merry Market Place. Santa is here, grab a bite to eat and do some shopping. It smelled so good, the fireplaces were burning and the s’mores were all ready to go and looked so delicious. It was a really, really cute idea for Six Flags to put this into place. And your pets are welcome to enjoy the lights and take a photo with Santa Claus.

CLICK HERE for more information on the Driving Experience from Holiday in the Park to Six Flags Great Adventure.

It is definitely something to do this holiday season with your family, they will love it.

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