Work is underway to prepare Alton Towers for its biggest event of the year, Scarefest! With live-action scaremazes and a new family attraction for 2021, there's lots to be done around the park.
Alton Towers Resort has announced a brand new spooktacular family attraction for this year’s Scarefest, Trick O Treat Town, where every day is Halloween and the townsfolk favourite past time is trick-or-treating for the town’s visitors.
Alton Towers have revealed the return of the Alton Towers Annual Pass, Following an absence for most of the season.
Scarefest construction has begun at Alton Towers, with the indoor mazes mostly left installed inside the towers from the previous Scarefest.
Opened in 2005, Rita has been thrilling riders for over 15 years as they try to escape the Dark Forest....
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As the nights get longer, Scarefest beckons. On October’s spookiest dates, tiptoe into Alton Towers Resort for all sorts of creepy scares and shocks as its award-winning Scarefest returns for 2021 with live entertainment for all ages and a brand-new family attraction.
Alton Towers Resort is gearing up to welcome guests for the ultimate Summer of fun following the arrival of Gangsta Granny: The Ride and entire Land inspired by ‘The World of David Walliams’, the Retro Squad pop-up experiences, and much more to provide memorable experiences not to be missed.
Hex at Alton Towers Resort is a classic dark ride to a lot of UK theme park enthusiasts. Experience the magic of Hex at home and even operate the attraction yourself. Go behind the magic and see the ride from a whole new angle!
Alton Towers has removed social distancing on selected rollercoasters starting today.
Alton Towers have tweeted:
Although Scarefest mazes appeared to be taken down ready for a fresh start for the 2021 Scarefest event, Terror Of The Towers The Attic remains set up fueling rumours that the maze could return for Scarefest 2021!