About Six Flags Missouri

About Six Flags Missouri
Six Flags St. Louis, which opened in 1971 (the same year as Disney World), provides guest with a variety of thrilling coasters and seasonal entertainment that is fun for all ages.

History

As the world's largest regional theme park company, Six Flags opened the St. Louis park, the fourth Six Flags park in the U.S., under its original name of Six Flags Over Mid-America.

Rides

The park offers dozens of rides such as the Log Flume, River King Mine Train, Tidal Wave and the Thunder River.

Bugs Bunny National Park

Bugs Bunny National Park is a place where the whole family, including the youngest of the bunch, can enjoy the park with rides like Elmer Fudd's Weather Balloons and the Tweety Tweet House.

Water Park

For those who like to spend their days getting wet, Six Flags offers up 12 acres of fun with a multitude of rides and attractions, including the Gully Washer Creek and Hurricane Bay.

Games

Six Flags will let you put your sporting skills to the test with a variety of games, including water gun races and basketball.

Scout Days

Six Flags gives your young outdoor enthusiasts a chance to make the most of their theme park experience with a special opportunity to work on merit badges for theater and safety during this seasonal event.

Article Written By Paisley Parmer

A full-time home educator and mother, Paisley Parmer is a Central Florida native. Parmer writes education-related articles with forays into travel and family-related topics. Her work has been published on various websites.

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