A Drone Flew Over Six Flags In New Jersey And Captured Mesmerizing Footage

Drones have captured so much of New Jersey’s natural beauty from a unique perspective, but this holiday season, a drone captured one of our man-made wonders. Six Flags, typically a summer attraction and well-known for its Halloween Fright Fest, now turns into a winter wonderland. For the second year in a row, the park is decked out in over a million lights. Check out this video from NJ.com (Matt Dowling/Andre Malok):

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The event runs until January second and has some very special features. In addition to many of the rides being open, there will be a Peppermint Path, Gingerbread Dance Party, a 52-foot tree, the Trouble in Toyland show, Santa’s house, North Pole Village, Holiday Firepits, the Toyland Express train and much more! Stop by the Merry Marketplace for s’mores and other sweet treats or visit on December 10th to participate in the park’s attempt at breaking the Guinness World Record for Most Couples Kissing Under Mistletoe.