One of the three original Six Flags parks, Six Flags St Louis features a range of rides, from heart-stopping roller coasters to traditional carnival rides. The park is named for its six themed sections, each of which represents a different region or country: Spain, France, England, the United States, Illinois, and Missouri. You'll receive admission to the water park Hurricane Harbor with your ticket to the amusement park. Plan to see Six Flags St Louis and other attractions that appeal to you using our Eureka trip builder.
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You would think buying on line would be your best season park value, but that doesn't seem to be the case here. Parking now starts at $25 and goes to $30 or $35 a day if you want preferred parking or ... more »
If you are planning to visit any Six Flags, I would definitely recommend bringing your own lunch/dinner and eating it outside the park. The food there is outrageous considering the portions that you a... more »
We find that it's always a good time for our family at Six Flags. The roller coasters are great and there are enough different levels from thrill seeker to new coaster adventurer that everyone will ha... more »
Facilities are in good shape, kids area "Bugs Bunny National Park" is a great area for kids with a good amount of rides. Roller coasters have been consistently added to over the years, so there's a good amount of quality rides. Food experience is mixed, as expected the prices are high and the quality is average (one of the two reasons to give 4 stars really). Some of the facilities are showing their age and maintenance has fallen a bit (second reason). Overall though very positive experience and would recommend to anyone looking for a good time for the whole family.
We own seasons passes, for my kids and my wife and I. When I was a teen, this was the best roller coaster place in the Mid-West. My friends and I spent each summer going to roller coaster places and 6 flags in St. Louis, was still good. Now, since the beginning of summer, my family and I have been to 6 flags 4 times. All four times here, there have been closed rides. There is a ride called Boomerang, which goes through its course and then goes back through, backwards. Everytime I have gone, this ride has been closed. How can I properly review a ride and recommend that people go here, when the rides are closed? The park is no longer run by any intelligent management. Where at one time had some experienced adults running the show, as in; the loading procedures for rides, the safety speeches and even the work in food service, now you have inexperienced teens taking over the park. The teens that operate the rides offer line jumps to their friends, chat and talk instead of paying attention to the rides and at times makes it seem that if any emergency occurred, they would have no idea how to help. The teens that work in the restaurants are clueless, as if they even speak English. While hiring people from other countries is great, when you hire someone from India and they don't understand English nor speak it very well and then you have them working as a cashier in an Italian Pizza restaurant, it can be frustrating when they don't understand what a "meatball sandwich", which is also on the menu, is. The park is nice for one time use with kids, but don't expect the kids to be very happy.
Park is a good size with enough activities year round. Overall ride lines go fairly quick and entertainment venues are okay. The fright fest dance troup and drummers are great. Other than fright fest they don't put what they used to, or really should, into their special events. Food service is terribly slow. Good value if you have a pass.. One day ticket not really worth it.
This place is doing it right. Overall a remarkably friendly staff, and they're always working to make sure you and your family have a great time. The season & dining passes are a fantastic deal if you plan to go more than once. I frequented 6 flags a Ton this summer and the lines haven't been bad until Fright Fest, which was still fun. Get back there as soon as you can! :)
I went in strictly to pick up our season passes. The lady at the gate was very understanding and allowed us in to park without a hassle. The guest relations lady was super nice and quick. I was in and out in no time! Cannot wait to visit next summer!
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