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Zero Gravity Dallas is the world's only "Thrill Amusement Park" featuring 5 different extreme thrill rides. We offer the Bungee Jump, the Nothin' But Net, Texas Blastoff, the Skycoaster and the Skyscraper. Zero Gravity is the perfect place to have...more
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Traveled from Pittsburgh to Dallas for the weekend almost solely to do this. The rides were so much fun and definitely worth the trip! Employees were all very pleasant and fun to be around. Will definitely be returning!
We had so much fun! Such a blast. The staff were great and knowledgeable and things went really smoothly.
Date of experience: November 2018
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AlanPutter, General Manager at Zero Gravity Thrill Amusement Park, responded to this reviewResponded November 19, 2018
We are so glad you had such a good time! We strive for Great Customer Experiences and hearing it from you like this makes everyone here smile. Come back and see us again next time you're coming to town.
My girlfriend and I did the free fall and the giant swing and absolutely loved both of them so much. Would recommend them to anyone looking for a little thrill seeking. We rode 2 of the 5 rides and would like to go back again...More
Took my thrillist boyfriend here. He, of course, loved everything heart pounding second. There are 4-5 attractions, but we only did three. It was quite expensive, but for him, it was clearly worth it.
Staff was nice and exactly what you'd expect, but this is...More
Matt runs a great operation! We traveled from San Diego to check off a bucket list item and Nothing but Net did NOT disappoint! Matt was super safety-conscious in putting on our harnesses and helmets and making sure we were all adequately informed on safety....More
We drove 5 hours to spend a vacation weekend in Dallas with one of our “to-do”s being this thrill park. After an hour of just watching others do the rides we were ready to purchase a single pass for my fiancé. Went to the desk,...More
Vacationing in Texas and our teenager insisted on stopping here. She had a blast. One ride out of 5 not operational but didn’t detract from her enjoyment. Workers really paid close attention to detail for safety!
I don't live in the Dallas area but came up from Houston. I have been going here for quite some time as the place has been open for a while. I would go there on a rare occasion. On my last trip there, I said...More
I saw a few but honestly they were the audience... I was the first one on the bungee that day and did not notice anyone 55+ on the rides. If your health conditions are good and you feel confident I think you'll be ok. Good... More
I saw a few but honestly they were the audience... I was the first one on the bungee that day and did not notice anyone 55+ on the rides. If your health conditions are good and you feel confident I think you'll be ok. Good luck :)
8 hour layover at DFW on international flight. (1 Replies)
I am flying to Vancouver, Canada from Detroit, Michigan with an 8 hour layover in DFW. I am interested in going to the Zero Gravity Thrill Amusement Park which according to Google Maps is about 20 minutes away from the airport. Is this feasible to do especially since it's an international flight with customs and all? Also, what are the best and cheapest routes to get to the Zero Gravity Thrill park from the airport? Thank you so much!
November 01, 2014|
FROM Detroit TO Vancouver, just a passport check, no Immigration or Customs (only when you arrive on an international flight). However, you should plan on being back 2 hours before your flight to clear security, etc. Whether you can do this probably depends on the time of day and traffic. It may be a 20 minute drive at 3 AM, but not most of the time.. If you are willing to pay the taxi fare, you could probably spend a couple of hours at the park. I would try to convince the driver to take...More