Six Flags St. Louis - Eureka, Missouri|
Situated in a tree-covered valley along I-44, Six Flags St. Louis was the third park to carry the Six Flags brand. Originally Six Flags Mid-America, the park opened in 1972. But, since its opening, the park has expanded to include eight themed lands and seven roller coasters. Also included with admission is the neighboring Hurricane Harbor water park.
2/15/2006 - Six Flags St. Louis Announces Largest Addition in Park's History
11/26/2005 - Six Flags prevails in high court in dispute over sales-tax refund
2/14/2005 - TORNADO Headed for Local Theme Park in 2005!
5/30/2003 - Six Flags ride reopens after minor malfunction
5/30/2003 - New ride at Six Flags still shutdown
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Take a virtual Tour of the Park. Whether you want to learn more about the park's rides, find out when a show is performed or take a virtual ride on one of the park's coasters, this is the place. Also, in this section, you can take a Tour of the Park for any of the past years the park has been open.
Looking for information about a particular ride, attraction or show? The links below
provide a listing of the park's rides, attractions, shows, food, games and shops.
Rides and Attractions
Food, Games and Shops
These links are necessary in planning a visit to the park. Below you'll be able to find
information about pricing, operating dates, lodging facilities and the park's location.
Operating Dates and Times
8/8/2005 By: Daniel See
5/23/2005 By: William Sihongheune
11/14/2004 By: William Gonzalez
3/8/2004 By: Andrew
3/12/2003 By: Sharon Moore
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8/31/2005 - Tommy G. Robertson Railroad-Andrew W. Dean
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7/31/2005 - Dragon's Wing-Danielle
5/13/2005 - Riverview Racer-Ben Athmer
4/4/2005 - Xcalibur-Skirky Blade
12/25/2004 - Screamin' Eagle-William Sihongheune
Name: Batman: The Ride
Type: Roller Coaster
Section: Warner Bros. Backlot
Six Flags St. Louis
I-44 & Allenton/Six Flags Rd.
Eureka, MO 63025
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