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While at the park, match the number posted on the display item at the Six Flags Fiesta Texas Museum to the number in the Mini Museum Key below for more info about that item.

The Six Flags Fiesta Texas Museum is located in the windows of the old Radio Ranch building located across from the waterfalls in the Crackaxle Canyon Screampunk District section of the park.

Museum Key

  1. Pair of Los Festivales uniforms/costumes- Fiesta Texas team members once sported traditional Mexican-inspired clothing whilst working in Los Festivales.
  2. The Rattler logo and Ride Safety Sign- This “The Rattler” logo and ride safety sign were featured in the original Rattler queue line.
  3. Framed photo of entertainment performer Patsy Torres – Tejano artist Patsy Torres once graced the stage of the Teatro Theater during the park’s early years and this framed photo shows one of her performances.
  4. Framed Photo of performers in Sundance Theater- This framed photo showcases an original entertainment show in Sundance Theater, which is now the home of Dr. Diabolical’s Cliffhanger.
  5. Welcome to Crackaxle Canyon Sign- When visiting the park in 1992, this sign welcomed guests to the rollicking 1920’s boom town of Crackaxle Canyon.
  6. Pair of Crackaxle Canyon uniforms/costumes- These festive ensembles were once worn by a few Crackaxle Canyon team members in the park’s early days.
  7. The Rattler’s front cart- A monumental piece of Six Flags Fiesta Texas history, The Rattler was once considered to be “the world’s tallest, fastest, and steepest wooden roller coaster” at the time of the park’s opening in 1992 and this front cart was there for all of the thrills!
  8. Pair of Rockville costumes- These costumes were worn by performers in the streets of Rockville and were featured in performances of Rockin’ at Rockville High dating all the way back to 1992.
  9. Fiesta Texas Railroad plaque- This plaque, featuring one of the park’s original logos, once resided on the Fiesta Texas Railroad train.
  10. Framed photo of Rockville street performers- A framed photo featuring original Rockville entertainment – 1950’s inspired singers that performed the tunes of the time in the streets of Rockville.
  11. Framed photo of Spassburg performers- Featured in this framed photo are the Sauerkrauts, a performance group known for their appearances in Spassburg and Sangerfest Halle in the 1990’s.
  12. Pair of Spassburg uniforms/costumes- Worn in performances, as well as by in-park employees, these dresses and lederhosen were a sparkling part of Spassburg and showcased the area’s true character.
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