Alton Towers is going to be celebrating national rollercoaster day with a huge event this year!
Tree Top Quest at Alton Towers Resort has reopened for the Summer 2019 season. After being closed after the smiler accident it was starting to look like the attraction near the Alton Towers Hotel was ever going to open again. Posted on Alton Towers social media channels earlier today:
Alton Towers has revealed the line up for Scarefest 2019 today. New for 2019 will be The Alton Towers Dungeon, and The Attic: Terror Of The Towers. Other attractions returning for this years event will be Project 42, Sub Speicies - The End Games and Altonville Mine Tours.
Enterprise at Alton Towers remains dormant after closing at the end of the 2018 theme park season. The ride is still undergoing its routine winter maintenance work, with the cars for the ride still lined up down the access route into the area.
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New for 2019 at Alton Towers Resort Hotels, personalise your hot drink and beer! The park has introduced a new machine called Ripples. A personalisation station where from your phone you can print a message or photo on your drink of choice for an extra charge of £1.50.
New for 2019 at Alton Towers Resort, Donut Factory! Launching at Thorpe Park last year, Donut Factory is oozing with goodness.
The Alton Towers Dungeon have opened to the public today, replacing the old Charlie and the chocolate factory. The Alton Towers Dungeon is the 11th attraction to be currently operating under the worldwide “Dungeons” brand.
The Stargazing Pods at Alton Towers resort is set to open on 12th April 2019, and it would appear the new accommodation is ready for its first guests. All of the pods have now received door mats along with room number above the doors.
Towers Trading has never looked better at Alton Towers! Over the closed season, the park has spent a lot of time and money giving the sweets section of the Towers Trading shop a makeover. Looking like a scene from Charlie and the Chocolate factory the shop is almost unrecognizable.