Alton Towers Ticket & Hotel Deals
Alton, Staffordshire, ST10 4DB.
- The UK's most popular theme park
- Includes entry to CBeebies Land for the little ones
- Over 50 rides and attractions
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The Alton Towers Resort is quite simply the premier theme park destination in the UK; with over 50 rides and attractions, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
About Alton Towers
With adrenaline-fuelled rollercoasters, mind-bending rides like Hex and an abundance of other exciting attractions, taking an Alton Towers short break should be top of your list for your next trip away.
Alton Towers Highlights
- A range of ticket types on offer to suit your needs
- Perfect for thrill-seekers
- CBeebies Land entry included
- Plenty of shops and places to eat
- Designated areas for a fun family day out
What Makes it Super
Alton Towers is the perfect day out for everyone! Whether you love big rides and thrills or you want a fun day away with the family, the theme park has plenty to offer.Are You Strong Enough to complete The Big 6 Challenge at Alton Towers? From now until the end of August, if you ride Alton Towers Big 6 rollercoasters in one day you can win a free ticket to the park in September. Simply download the Alton Towers Resort app, scan the QR code on exiting the ride and earn a free return ticket. The Big 6 are Galactica, Thirteen, Rita, Nemesis, Oblivion & The Smiler.
Alton Towers Reviews
Loads to do but not a cheap day out !
Stay Date: 07/2017, Andy P wrote this review.
We only went for a day out here with my children as we had free tickets to do so , otherwise the cost would have been too great. But having arrived early found we were one of the first to go in after those that had paid extra to do so. we worked our … See more
We only went for a day out here with my children as we had free tickets to do so , otherwise the cost would have been too great. But having arrived early found we were one of the first to go in after those that had paid extra to do so. we worked our way around the rides we wanted to go on and the rides were very good. we were disappointed however that there was nothing on the website or at the front gates telling you that rides such as nemesis sub terror and the virtual reality one were not open all day. if you had decided to take on the challenge to do the top rides in the day it was unachievable as not only were you held back by queuing but also unable to take the ride due to it not running. The food was expensive but that was to be expected I guess. The Rapids were seriously tamed down with no waterfall or chance of getting wet at all and we found the best part of the day was when we went on the pirate ships( used to be swans) as we giggled ourselves silly wetting people and getting soaked ourselves using the water guns. Collapse
School trip = 0 rides
Stay Date: 07/2017, Jax191 wrote this review.
My 12 year old son went on a school trip today and all I can say is what a complete rip off! Paid 25.00 and didn't get on one ride. Only 2 people in his class got on a ride and that was because it was one of the smaller rides. Minimum wait for all ri… See more
My 12 year old son went on a school trip today and all I can say is what a complete rip off! Paid 25.00 and didn't get on one ride. Only 2 people in his class got on a ride and that was because it was one of the smaller rides. Minimum wait for all rides was 90 minutes. Queued 3 hours for a ride only to be told there was a technical problem and the ride was now closed. 3 hours is a long time when you are only there for a day. My son even paid £5 to 'fast track' only to be told again there was a technical problem. Apparently Alton Towers have special deals for schools and it looks like they book them all in on the same day which results in huge queues. As a result there were an awful lot of disappointed children My son even said he wished he had gone to school instead! Collapse
Good but cbeebies is long queue times
Stay Date: 07/2017, Helen S wrote this review.
We only go for cbeebiesland. It was good but we were spoilt last time and went September. No queues! 50 minutes for a little rollercoaster is long for a 4 yr old. Can't be helped in a theme park we know. Like the little activities on the queue lines… See more
We only go for cbeebiesland. It was good but we were spoilt last time and went September. No queues! 50 minutes for a little rollercoaster is long for a 4 yr old. Can't be helped in a theme park we know. Like the little activities on the queue lines which also brought the selfish demon out in every child wanting to play them whilst waiting haha. Shame there's nothing teletubbies. Would love to see a "let's play" dress up and role play but somewhere too. Spelling mistake on ninas science lab outside sign. Conan you spot it? Collapse
Stay Date: 07/2017, DanM1988 wrote this review.
I have visited Alton Towers many many times over the past 15 years, I have even been an annual pass holder. However on my most recent visit I noticed a huge drop in standards. We got there before opening qued for the smiler for 40 minutes got to the … See more
I have visited Alton Towers many many times over the past 15 years, I have even been an annual pass holder. However on my most recent visit I noticed a huge drop in standards. We got there before opening qued for the smiler for 40 minutes got to the front and then it breaks down, we are advised to leave the que and go on another ride without an apology or a return fast track ticket. So we go to Rita, and that's broke down too. So go to 13 which has a huge que. By the time we are off the smiler is still broken and Rita has just reopened. But somehow has a 120 minute que. It lasts like 45 seconds so didn't bother with that. So go to head to the sky ride to go on nemesis and galactica, but the sky ride is also broken! So a 25 minute trek later we arrive to find galactica is closed and nemesis has a 70 minute que. it's a good ride but not worth 70 minutes. All in all we got on 13, duel and hex before calling it a day. They are advertising the big six challenge - well it's quite a challenge if the rides are broke! When we left all rides the main were between 70 and 180 minutes wait time. That's just crazy, no ride they have is worth a wait that long. Apart from the smiler all of these rides are old and showing their age. There is a real lack of rides here, what happened to nemesis sub terror, submission, ripsaw, the log flume, ice age 4d, Charlie and the chocolate factory? Seems like they are getting rid of rides and not replacing them making all ques ridiculously long. There's also no longer any atmosphere to the park, it's dirty, there's hardly any music playing and seems to have forgotten about the little things that make a big difference. Plus their customer service is very poor, we should have been offered a fast track ticket for being at the front of the que (Disney always do, you could learn a lot from them). A lot of the rides are showing their age and are no longer exciting, when you see what parks like Disney and universal are doing it becomes very evident how dated Alton Towers has become. Yet they still charge a similar amount to these world class theme parks (which Alton Towers is not). I was once a very loyal customer bit I can't see myself visiting again for a very long time Collapse
Never fails to impress
Stay Date: 07/2017, sonnydilworth wrote this review.
I went on a school trip to Alton Towers today. Such an amazing time was had by all. This was the third time I had been here in three years. However, this was my first day trip here, having stayed 2 nights in the Alton Towers Hotel in August 2015 and … See more
I went on a school trip to Alton Towers today. Such an amazing time was had by all. This was the third time I had been here in three years. However, this was my first day trip here, having stayed 2 nights in the Alton Towers Hotel in August 2015 and Splash Landings for 2 nights last August with the family. Th13teen was the best ride by far. I am severely disabled so we got a Disability Access Pass for the day. Staff are amazing. They certainly know what they are doing. The only thing I have to complain about is the queuing system for the Runaway Mine Train where the Disability Access Pass holders have to queue with FastPass+ holders. Despite that, it's a wonderful park and I hope to stay at the CBeebies Hotel next year. Collapse
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