Recent experimental observation of weak ergodicity breaking in Rydberg atom quantum simulators has sparked interest in quantum many-body scars - eigenstates which evade thermalisation at finite energy densities due to novel mechanisms that do not rely on integrability or protection by a global symmetry. A salient feature of quantum many-body scars is their sub-volume bipartite entanglement entropy. In this work we demonstrate that exact many-body scars also possess extensive multipartite entanglement structure. We show this analytically, through a scaling of the quantum Fisher information density, which is found to be extensive for scarred eigenstates in contrast to generic thermal states. Furthermore, we numerically study signatures of multipartite entanglement in the PXP model of Rydberg atoms, showing that extensive quantum Fisher information can be generated dynamically by performing a global quench experiment. Our results identify a rich multipartite correlation structure of scarred states with significant potential as a resource in quantum enhanced metrology.