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If things like a zero-to-70 launch, a 100-foot-plus free-fall drop and soaring through the air at 60 mph get your family's blood pumping, then Zero Gravity is the place to go. Situated northwest of... Read More
If things like a zero-to-70 launch, a 100-foot-plus free-fall drop and soaring through the air at 60 mph get your family's blood pumping, then Zero Gravity is the place to go. Situated northwest of downtown Dallas, this one-of-a-kind amusement park boasts five different ways for thrill-seekers to get their adrenaline rush on. You can start out with something as easy as a seven-story bungee jump from a permanent platform-- or take it to another level with the Texas Blastoff, a ride that shoots you 150 feet up into the sky at a mind-blowing speed. More excitement can be had on the Skycoaster, a three person swing that pulls you 110 feet up before sending you flying around at 60 mph-- and the Skyscraper, a towering 165 foot propeller that whips passengers through the air with four G's of force. Finally, for an ultimate death defying leap from 130 feet-- there's the Nothin' but Net, offering exactly nothing but a net to break your fall. The rides are open to all ages, although certain weight and height restrictions may apply. And after spending your time up in the air, you can take a few spins around the race track at Speed Zone located next door
- Mon-Thu: Noon-11pm
- Fri-Sat: Noon-Midnight
- Sun: Noon-10pm Hours; May; Vary; Seasonally
- $32.99 - $109.95
- Things to Do with Kids: "If you want to do multiple rides then check out the combo ticket options. And be sure to sign up for the VIP email club as well as follow on Facebook and Twitter to find out about special offers."
- Best for Things to Do with Kids Because: Zero Gravity is the most popular amusement park attraction in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.