Free Six Flags St Louis Tickets

Six Flags St. Louis (formally called Six Flags Over Mid-America) opened in 1971 as the third of the original Six Flags theme parks, the others being Six Flags Over Georgia and Six Flags Over Texas. The complex covers an area of over 130 acres and is situated just off interstate 44 close to the city of Eureka.

Attractions at Six Flags St. Louis
The park is divided into themed areas (including Hurricane Harbor – see below). St Louis has a few magnificent traditional wooden roller coasters including The Boss (opened in 2000) and Evel Knievel (opened 2008). Several rides date from the parks original opening, including the Log Flume, the River King Mine Train and the Six Flags Railroad.

Hurricane Harbor
Opening in 1999, the Hurricane Harbor water park boasts several water slides, swimming pools and even a  wave pool.

Free Six Flags St Louis Tickets
Get your FREE SIX FLAGS ST LOUIS TICKETS HERE! If you’d rather pay, general admission tickets are $43 (children $33), although children under two get free Six Flags admission tickets. Numerous season passes are available ranging from $43 upwards, many of which also gain you access to other Six Flags amusement parks. Look out for Six Flags discount coupons before buying!

Six Flags St. Louis parking charges
If you travel by road you will incur parking charges at Six Flags St. Louis. These cost either $15 or $20 depending on proximity to the gate. If you’re staying in a nearby hotel try leaving your car there to avoid the charges.

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