Dizzy, Disoriented and Delighted!
As you jump on board Fiddler’s Fling you have a big decision to make. Should you sit on the left or right? It’s a tough choice, but each seating position will give you a ride experience that is different every time. That’s why some people insist on riding Fiddler’s Fling five times whenever they visit Six Flags Great America––and some friends like to challenge each other to see how many times in a row they can handle it!
Strap into one of the 25 cars and prepare for the spin of a lifetime. When the ride begins, you’ll be flung left and right, back and forth more times than you can handle. With every rollicking sharp turn, you’ll slide against your riding partner and hold on tight to try to stay in place. Fiddler’s Fling will toss and sling you around until you’ve had a wobbly, breathtakingly dizzying experience!
Fun Facts about Fiddler's Fling
- The Industry name for Fiddler’s Fling is Calypso.
- Fiddler's Fling is manufactured by Anton Schwarzkopf.
- Fiddler’s Fling is one of the original rides at Six Flags Great America; it was introduced in 1976, the same year the park opened.
- The ride is located in County Fair.
- Fiddler’s Fling can hold up to 50 people.
Will it ever stop?
In between the crops you find a lonely scarecrow, but Nox has brought them all to life. They have united around County Fair Bridge, and Fiddler’s Fling is where they choose their victims.
Fiddler’s Fling will sling, and toss you in every direction. With every rollicking sharp turn, you’ll smash against your riding partner and hold on tight to try to stay in place. The scarecrows who are watching and looking for guests who can’t hold on.
Don’t lose your stomach or any other organs because these hay filled creatures want nothing more than to be human. The scarecrows have come alive and like their victims dizzy and confused.
Spinning… spinning… spinning… hopefully it stops.
Minimum height for this ride is 36″ with an adult and 42″ alone.