Date: Oct 14, 2017 | Time: 12:00 pm - 12:00 am
Fright Fest is a month long Halloween Party on every weekend (Friday, Saturday and Sunday), September 29th through October 29th, at Six Flags - St. Louis. "Fright By Night" begins as the sun goes down* and the park is transformed into a "frightful shadowland with terror around every corner" and not recommended for children under 13 or anyone who scares easily! During the day, "Thrills by Day" is a not-so-scary celebration of the season with storytelling, fun costumes, hay maze, musical entertainment and more. (Children 12 and under my wear costumes, but no masks.) See website for more details.
Park Hours during Fright Fest:
*"Fright by Night" aspects begin at 7pm on Friday, and 6pm on Saturday and Sunday.
Six Flags St. Louis is located in western St. Louis County in Eureka, Missouri and is known for its thrill rides and family entertainment. The park is open from early April through October. In October, the park is open only on weekends for what is called "Fright Fest," a month long Halloween Party! Hurricane Harbor, adjacent to Six Flags, is a 12-acre water park that is free with admission to Six Flags St. Louis. Hurricane Harbor is open from late May to early September. Special live music concerts are held throughout the summer months at the Old Glory Amphitheater, located in the park. Tickets to the concerts held at Old Glory are an additional fee to the park admission price.
Directions: Located in Eureka, Missouri, from I-44 take Exit #261-Six Flags Road, go north less than one mile to park entrance on the right.
4900 Six Flags Road,