Six Flags America  is a Six Flags theme park located in Woodmore, Maryland near Upper Marlboro, and in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. The park was founded as a wildlife center in 1973 by Ross Perot, and ABC television operated the park as a drive-through safari called The Largo Wildlife Preserve beginning in 1974 until its closure in 1978. The property was bought by Jim Fowler's Wild Kingdom; thereafter the site was converted from a wildlife preserve into a theme park named Wild World gradually over the years. In 1992, the park was renamed Adventure World after being acquired by Premier Parks, and ultimately was branded as the 10th Six Flags park when Premier Parks acquired Six Flags Inc. and adopted its name in 1999. The "America" in the park's name was chosen regarding the close proximity to the United States' capital.


Looney Tunes Movie Town

  • Great Chase
  • Elmer's Around the World in 80 Seconds
  • Foghorn Leghorn's Tinsel Town Train
  • Looney Tunes Prop Warehouse
  • Pepé Le Pew's Tea Party
  • Sylvester's Pounce and Bounce
  • Taz's Film Works
  • Yosemite Sam's Hollywood Flight School

Gotham City

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