June 6, 2008
Valencia, CA -- Children's beloved Thomas The Tank Engine steamed into Six Flags Magic Mountain yesterday for the opening of Tomas Town, a new created children's area based on the popular Thomas & Friends brand.
The latest expansion of the Valencia theme park, this new area is designed to entertain children of all ages. The main focus of the new area is the Thomas The Tank Engine replica that takes guests on a journey through Thomas' mythical home on the Island of Sodor.
In addition, the area includes a Percy roller coaster and Cranky the Crane interactive water play area. Guests will also be able to pose for photos with Sir Topham Hatt, Controller of the Railway. A Thomas & Friends store located within the play areal features an assortment of related merchandise.
"We are very excited to welcome Thomas Town to Six Flags Magic Mountain," stated Jay Thomas, Six Flags Magic Mountain Park President. "This beloved character has engaged and inspired preschoolers' imaginations for more than six decades and will certainly offer a rich, exciting world for children and their parents to enjoy, as families look for more ways to spend quality time together."
Gary Krakower, Senior Vice President, Business Development, HIT Entertainment stated, "Six Flags Magic Mountain has been providing families with quality entertainment for 37 years and we're pleased to have worked with them to debut Thomas Town at their park. Thomas is the #1 engine, and we're confident that this attraction will be the #1 destination for kids and their families at Six Flags."
With the addition of Thomas Town, Six Flags Magic Mountain now offers over 30 rides and attractions for children and their families to enjoy together, including a petting farm and Bugs Bunny World.
Six Flags Magic Mountain now includes over 30 rides and attractions for children and their families to enjoy together, including a petting farm and Bugs Bunny World.
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