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!
Alton Towers Resort and its Heritage Committee are passionate about the continual restoration of both the Grade II★ listed Towers (a key building of the Georgian and Victorian Gothic Revival) and the Grade I listed Gardens.
The Banqueting Hall Window
Mardi Gras has begun at Alton Towers Resort! Every day the Resort will be transformed into the biggest street party ever with music, street performers and colour, creating a fantabulous feel-good atmosphere!
Explore the World of David Walliams and take on the ultimate heist on Gangsta Granny The Ride.
Over the closed season, Alton Towers have made some major changes to duels queue line, including the installation of a ramp outside of the front of the building for wheelchairs. But what we couldn't see at the start of the season was the brand new queue line inside the building.
Work is well underway across Alton Towers to get ready for Mardi Gras which begins on 22nd May 2021. Temporary food vans have started to be installed along the pathway opposite the towers ruins and some cool bits of theming have been installed at selected locations across the park.
In 2021, Alton Towers will see a new event come to the resort, Mardi Gras. A carnival-inspired takeover of the resort that runs from 22nd May to 20th June that we are sure will be a whole load of fun. Not much has been known about the event, until now.
Nitrogenie has been removed at Alton Towers and the food and beverage unit that previously housed it has been boarded up and some theming has been stuck over it.
David Walliams has given his official seal of approval to Gangsta Granny: The Ride, Alton Towers Resort’s newest attraction based on his best-selling novel, Gangsta Granny.