The info that follows is about the former Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom.
Admission and Area Hotel Info:
For an additional fee, the park offers the Flash Pass go-to-the-front-of-the-lines program. VIP tours available for an extra fee (which is quite high).
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Located directly across from Louisville International Airport, at the intersection of I-65 and I-264.
From Cincinnati: I-71S to Louisville. Exit at I-65S. Approx. 5 miles from downtown Louisville at Crittenden Drive exit, Exit 132.
From Lexington: I-64W to downtown Louisville. Exit at I-65 South. Approx. 5 miles from downtown Louisville at Crittenden Drive exit, Exit 132.
From Indianapolis: I-65S to Louisville. Approx. 5 miles from downtown Louisville at Crittenden Drive exit, Exit 132.
After exit 132, enter Kentucky Exposition Center through Gate 4 or Gate 2 on Crittenden Drive and follow signs to Kentucky Kingdom.
- Among its 11 thrill machines, the park features a harrowing 157 ft. freefall in Superman Tower of Power, the first suspended looping coaster in North America in T2, and the stand-up coaster, Chang.
- For the young'uns, Looney Tunes Movie Town features 9 kid-scale rides and attractions, including a pint-sized ferris wheel, carousel, race cars, and balloon rides.
- Splashwater Kingdom, Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom's on-site water park, boasts North America's tallest and fastest water coaster, Deluge, in addition to its numerous slides and other aquatic attractions.
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The Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom park has over a dozen thrill rides and coasters that include traditional woodies to whitewater rafting to record breaking stand-ups.
Want more than the traditional amusement park fare? Six Flags Splashwater Kingdom features the Deluge water coaster and the Tornado funnel ride. Best of all, the water park is included in the general admission price to Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom.
Further beyond-the-coaster activities include a giant rock climbing wall and Thrill Park theater, which uses motion-simulation technology to provide a whole new kind of cinematic sensation. Other attractions include a 150-foot-tall Ferris wheel and the Six Flags Celebration Parade, where children can march with the Justice League and all their favorite Looney Tunes characters.
As with all Six Flags parks, Kentucky Kingdom offers Fright Fest. The annual Halloween celebration includes haunted mazes, special shows, and other features to mark the holiday.