Look inside the Hall of Justice, under construction at Six Flags Magic Mountain
March 10, 2017, 6:52 PM ·
The Justice League is coming to Six Flags Magic Mountain.
Today, the park invited local reporters to tour the "Hall of Justice" show building for its upcoming Justice League Battle for Metropolis dark ride. This interactive adventure won the Theme Park Insider Award for Best New Attraction in 2015 for its initial installation at Six Flags Over Texas.
The Magic Mountain version won't be a clone of the original, however. For this installation, creator Sally Corp. is adding three new scenes, including the first appearance of Harley Quinn in any version of the Justice League ride. The Magic Mountain version also will be a mirror image of the Texas installation, running counterclockwise through the show building.
Here's the current state of the Hall of Justice entrance
And Six Flags' render of what it will look like when the ride opens
For that, Six Flags needs a really big building. The show building we toured today is more than 23,000 square feet, according to park officials. And, yes, it boasts Magic Mountain's largest air conditioner up there on the roof, allowing visitors to blast away at Metropolis' villains in cool comfort all hot California summer long.
From the Cyborg location in the queue looking toward the load station, with the rest of the ride building behind.
Around the building, which is going in between Riddler's Revenge and the old Waterfront, that land is transforming into Metropolis. Several new or rethemed restaurants will surround the Hall of Justice building that will house the ride, including a new beer garden.
Six Flags' parks in New Jersey and Georgia are getting Justice League installations this year, joining previous installations in Texas, St. Louis, Mexico, and Chicago. There's no official word yet on an opening date for Justice League Battle for Metropolis at Six Flags Magic Mountain, but we're guessing a June debut at this point.
Can't wait to ride? Check our on-ride video from Justice League's debut in Texas in 2015: