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Bugs Bunny Boom Town

Six Flags México
Bugs Bunny Boom Town is Six Flag Mexico's child-friendly land, with rides and theming specifically geared toward a young audience. The land is colorful and charming, with the Looney Tunes family found all throughout the rides and general decor. There's also a large play area for kids and a delicious fried chicken restaurant. Boom Town is a wonderful walk-through, even for those who are too old for most of the rides in this theme park land.

Top 3 Things to do in Bugs Bunny Boom Town

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Watch the Looney Tunes Dance Show
This charming show is entertaining, even if you don't know the language. A handful of classic Looney Tune characters dance to popular hits as they practice for their talent show, of sorts. The energy will make you want to get up and dance (and you absolutely should!).
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Eat at Chicken Stand
Chicken Stand serves up Southern style fried Chicken with classic sides like mashed potatoes and cole slaw. It's some of the best food you can get at the park and is great for either a quick snack or a full meal, depending on how hungry you are.
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Ride a Ride
Riding rides at a theme park is a given, but most adults seem to avoid riding the rides in this land unless they're accompanying their own children. Although not all rides can accommodate taller people, the ones that can are pretty fun even if they're mild.

Food & Drinks

Chicken Stand
Fried Chicken
Price: $80 - $200 MXN
One of our favorite places to eat in Six Flags Mexico, this restaurant offers Southern-style fried chicken with mashed potatoes, biscuits, and cole slaw. It's one of the best places to feed a large group on a budget, and there's always plenty of seating available, both covered and uncovered.

Rides & Attractions

INTENSITY LEVELS

Relaxing (Slow with Little or No Elevation Changes) | Mild (Slow to Moderately Fast with Potentially Higher Elevation)

Thrilling (Fast with Potential High Elevations & Loops) | Wild (Intense Speeds, Extreme Heights, and/or Loops)
ACME Trucking Co
Height: 1.2 m alone | 0.90 m w/adult
Intensity Level: Relaxing
Acme Trucking Co. is a larger, slightly longer version of the Looney Tunes Circo Express ride. The theme is charming, as the truck takes you through a desert landscape with Acme merchandise scattered around. Kids also enjoy having steering wheels to play with during the ride.
El Tornado de Taz
Height: 1.2 m alone | 0.90 m w/adult
Intensity Level: Mild
This cute family version of a swinger ride is perfect for families with younger kids who may not be ready for taller swinger rides. The theming is adorable, using Taz the Tazmanian devil as the primary source of the tornado. Lines can sometimes get a bit long, but the ride is short and seats plenty, so the line moves quickly.
La Escuela de Vuelo de Sam Bigotes
Height: 1.2 m alone | 0.90 m w/adult
Intensity Level: Mild
Sam takes you on a crash course for flying a plane on this charming spinner ride. Adults are able to ride, but the seats can be a little cramped if you're on the taller or larger side. Kids above 90cm are able to ride solo, which seems to be the more popular option.
La Mini Torre de Sylvestre
Height: 1.3 m alone | 0.90 m w/adult
Intensity Level: Mild
This ride is a kiddie slingshot ride, made specifically for the little ones (adults don't fit). It's very mild, so most kids will find it okay, even the ones who can sometimes feel iffy about heights. The outer gate is also pretty close to the ride itself, so families watching can be very, VERY close.
Looney Tunes Campo de Aventuras
Height: 90 cm
Intensity Level: N/A
There's nothing quite like an elaborate play area to allow kids to enjoy their seemingly endless energy. This large play area has slides, ladders, nooks and crannies, and plenty of space to run around in. There's also plenty of benches nearby for adults to relax on while the kids indulge in their play time.
Looney Tunes Circo Express
Height: 1.2 m alone | 0.90 m w/adult
Intensity Level: Relaxing
This charming little ride is arguably one of the best themed ones in the park. It's a small train ride that circles around a Looney Tune neighborhood with characters to greet you on the way. The ride car was built for children, so most adults will unfortunately not be able to ride.
Los Globos de Elmer
Height: 0.90 m alone | 0.51m w/adult
Intensity Level: Mild
Take a ride on this charming hot air balloon ride that's perfect for little ones who are just starting to get the hang of the changing heights of rides. The balloons tilt up on one side and down on the other, so it's a little more exciting than a typical straight carousel.
Marvin el Marciano
Height: 1.2 m alone | 0.90 m w/adult
Intensity Level: Mild
Blast off with Marvin the Marcian in this cute school bus that's been transformed into a plane. It's great for families, since adults can ride with the younger kids as well. There isn't a lot of seating though, so lines can sometimes get backed up.
Pato Lucas Blaster
Height: 1.2 m alone | 0.90 m w/adult
Intensity Level: Mild
This wet ride is perfect for hot summer days as it spins you round and round while you blast others with your water gun. The upper tower also sprays water down into the riders, so expect to get a bit soaked. This ride is pretty popular, especially with the younger kids. Adults who don't want to get wet can have kids ride solo if they're over 1.2 meters tall.
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