Alton Towers Resort 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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- Perfect for thrill-seekers
- CBeebies Land entry included
- Experience The Wicker Man - new for 2018!
- Plenty of shops and places to eat, including a Rollercoaster Restaurant
About Alton Towers Resort
With adrenaline-fuelled rollercoasters, virtual reality rides and an abundance of other exciting attractions, an Alton Towers Break should be top of your list for your next, fun-filled trip away. The Resort is home to a plethora of classic- and world-first rollercoasters; from extreme G-forces on the legendary Nemesis to Oblivion’s famous vertical drop, and from the 14 loops on The Smiler to the intense speeds on Rita, there are plenty of rides for kids and big kids alike to enjoy at this popular UK attraction. Younger guests will love exploring CBeebies Land as they can meet some of CBeebies’ most popular characters, as well as discover the exiting rides and attractions. This area includes existing favourites including Postman Pat Parcel Post and the In the Night Garden Magical Boat Ride as well as The Furchester Hotel Live Show and Go Jetters Vroomster Zoom. There’s so much to do at Alton Towers Resort as it boasts over 50 rides and attractions, and even features its own on-site Rollercoaster Restaurant.
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Alton Towers Resort is the perfect day out for all the family. Whether you love big rides and thrills or you want a fun day away with the family, the theme park has plenty to offer.
New for 2018: Wicker Man at Alton Towers Resort
Alton Tower's latest ground breaking roller coaster is Wicker Man, the globally unique rollercoaster experience fusing together wood and fire...
Wicker Man incorporates a giant, flaming Wicker Man who stands six-stories high and the wooden track will race through the flaming structure of the Wicker Man three times. Wicker Man is the UK’s first new wooden rollercoaster experience in 21 years.
Alton Towers Resort Reviews
Don’t bother with the roller coaster restaurant!
Stay Date: 10/2018, EmilieWilson49 wrote this review.
Generally the whole experience of Alton towers was good. Yeah we queued for some rides but that wasn’t a big deal for us. Overall it was alright. My main issue was the poor customer service from the roller coaster restaurant (19/10/18). We were “gr… See more
Generally the whole experience of Alton towers was good. Yeah we queued for some rides but that wasn’t a big deal for us. Overall it was alright. My main issue was the poor customer service from the roller coaster restaurant (19/10/18). We were “greeted” by Emily - “Wait here” is not a nice way to host someone and then to spend the next 5 minutes just scowling at the tablets and not making any conversation or asking how our day was made me feel awkward and very unwelcome. Just a smile or “we’ll sort you a table soon, sorry for the wait” would’ve been nice. It’s a pretty basic thing to get wrong for somebody working in hospitality. I don’t expect the earth and I know the foot fall is huge but these little things matter. The food it’s self was tepid and nobody checked back to see if it was ok. I thought that by going to an actual restaurant in the park rather than a fast food place we would get a better service and a higher quality of food. I was naieve. The food was awful and expensive, we payed £50 for drinks and food for 2 people. The whole experience of dining there could’ve been made so much better, if not special, had the general quality of food and service been to a higher standard. I’m sorry to say I was left very underwhelmed and somewhat disappointed. Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2018, Kellylouisegibson wrote this review.
We have just got back from a very long day at Scarefest. There was 8 of us arrived at 10.30am today. We've been looking forward to this trip for so long. We qued up for 2 hours a ride and barely got on any. It was so draining and really killed the fu… See more
We have just got back from a very long day at Scarefest. There was 8 of us arrived at 10.30am today. We've been looking forward to this trip for so long. We qued up for 2 hours a ride and barely got on any. It was so draining and really killed the fun out of the day. I didn't sit down all day as even the food places were rammed so I had to stand up at a table in the fried chicken restaurant to eat my burger (Which was the only thing I ate all day as I spent the rest of my time in ques). I just don't know why you cram so many people in the park it's so unfair? I pre booked my tickets a month ago. I also feel that such a big thing was made advertising the Scarefest & I didn't see one person dressed up and the staff didn't seem thrilled to be there either. I'm really upset that my day today has ended up with 7 disappointed friends when I had organised this trip all so excited. I really feel you need to organise the park better and not cram so many people in. Can I please get a reply from the management team. Kelly Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2018, dan19952018 wrote this review.
Queues over two hours for all apart from one thrill rides. Got at the park and queued to get parked at 9:30 am. Walked for 10 minutes because we were not told to get the train. It was packed and most fast track option were sold out (Gold, bronze and … See more
Queues over two hours for all apart from one thrill rides. Got at the park and queued to get parked at 9:30 am. Walked for 10 minutes because we were not told to get the train. It was packed and most fast track option were sold out (Gold, bronze and platinum). We only got to go on three rides from 10ish till half 6. If you like queuing then go to this park queue to get in, queue ages for rides, queue for food/drink and queue to pay for car park. It’s the worst theme park I’ve ever been to and they absolutely rip you off in every way possible they can. The worst bit is that the have your say tablet (Which there was only one) did not work. Merlin entertainments are greedy and love taking more and offer little or no service at all. Also no phone service the entire time we were there so didn’t know where we were going or how long queue times were. Collapse
Still a lot of fun but where have the single rider queues gone?!
Stay Date: 10/2018, Kirsty B wrote this review.
Back again for Scarefest. I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve visited the Towers. The first time I was here, you were blasting out the space for Nemesis, 25 yeas later and it is still a great day out but it you can see thing slipping a wee bit, la… See more
Back again for Scarefest. I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve visited the Towers. The first time I was here, you were blasting out the space for Nemesis, 25 yeas later and it is still a great day out but it you can see thing slipping a wee bit, lack of flat rides and hugely expensive fast passes! My husband and I made the effort this year as we really wanted to ride the Wicker Man, we weren’t disappointed. A great ride with fantastic theming!! Some excellent scares to be had in the horror mazes too. We were a bit disappointed to realise that the single rider queues seem to have vanished. We can only assume that this is because you couldn’t charge for them? A great day out as usual. We can only hope things don’t slip any further. Or get any dearer!! Collapse
Is this what The Proclaimers song was about.
Stay Date: 09/2018, Carrsontheroad wrote this review.
Visited again after about 15 years and were well prepared to queue. We have been wanting to try Wickerman all season and have to say was our main reason for the visit. My suggestion, wear good walking shoes and be prepared to do lots of it!! We found… See more
Visited again after about 15 years and were well prepared to queue. We have been wanting to try Wickerman all season and have to say was our main reason for the visit. My suggestion, wear good walking shoes and be prepared to do lots of it!! We found the queue times helpful as we checked those before hiking from one side of the park to the other to try and fit in as many rides as possible. Not sure why the cable cars don't open when the park does as it would allow travel around the park to be easier. On the Sunday we visited despite the lovely weather, we longest we queued was 90 mins for Wickerman which was well worth it. There were plenty of places for refreshments dotted around and the gardens were a nice break from the hustle and bustle of the park. Was it worth the visit and entry fee? As long as you plan your day well and keep check of queue times you should be able to do a fair amount of rides on a one day visit, we did find a few rides kept closing during the day but luckily not ones we were already in the queue for. Not sure I would visit more than once annually like we do other parks but a great day overall. Collapse
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