Take a walk down memory lane and see how many old rides and attractions from Six Flags your recognize! Horror cave <p>Aerial shot of Six Flags Over Georgia in 1967. The 3,000 acres of land, just west of Atlanta in Austell was originally a dairy farm.</p> <p>Six Flags Over Georgia opens for the season on March 28, 1975. Admission was $3.95.</p> Sky Hook Here's a photo from the Porpoise Show. Mo Mo Monster Cherry Berries Six Flags Amphitheater Cotton States Great Gasp The Chevy Show Cling and Clang Sid & Marty Kroft's Puppet Theatre Wheelie The Dahlonega Mine Train Remember this? This is the USA Section at Six Flags in 1975. H.R. Pufnstuf Six Flags Over Georgia entrance Six Flags Over Georgia entrance Six Flags Railroad Crystal Pistol <p>Six Flags Over Georgia has offered thrillseekers nonstop fun since its doors opened to more than 3,000 visitors on June 16, 1967, in Austell. Here’s a look back at Six Flags through the years. Pictured here: Visitors at the park on March 28, 1975.</p> <p>Betty Horrex works in the wardrobe department at Six Flags Over Georgia in the 1970s.</p> <p>Shriners from the Yaarab Shrine Temple of Atlanta visit Six Flags Over Georgia in 1967.</p> <p>Six Flags Over Georgia opens for the season on March 28, 1975.</p> <p>Visitors ride the Tale of Okefeenokee, one of the original rides at Six Flags Over Georgia. The ride floats past scenes from Uncle Remus stories.</p> <p>Construction workers discuss the site for the Thunder River amusement ride at Six Flags Over Georgia on February 25, 1982.</p> <p>The Batman roller coaster was unveiled April 30, 1997, at Six Flags over Georgia. The ride combines state-of-the-art thrill ride technology with blockbuster Batman movie magic; speeds reach 50 mph, height is 105 feet.</p> The Southern Star Amphitheater hosted an array of musical acts including The Beach Boys, Willie Nelson and New Kids on the Block, to name a few.