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The UK's no. 1 theme park
With more than 50 attractions and rides, Alton Towers is the land where 'wonders never cease'. Set in 500 acres of beautiful scenery, a trip to Alton Towers is ideal for adults, children, couples, families and groups looking for a relaxing and/or thrilling day out. You can book two day tickets to Alton Towers to fully take in the experience, perhaps staying at the famous Alton Towers Hotel with themed rooms.
Book your official online tickets now to visit Alton Towers, the UK's no. 1 theme park with amazing new rides and attractions for everyone. Alton Towers' many famous rides include Hex, Nemesis, Oblivion, Rita, Thirteen, The (Log) Flume and the brand new Galactica ride that replaced Air in 2016, offering an unforgettable virtual reality experience. There's a good variety of rides suitable for both thrill-seekers and those looking for a more relaxing experience. Don't forget to check out the brilliant water park featuring the Master Blaster water coaster!
Alton Towers useful information
Opening hours: 10am to 9pm, depending on the date of your visit. Note that some attractions and rides open at 11am.
Age limits: None. There's a wide variety of areas, attractions and rides for young children at Alton Towers including CBeebies Land, Cloud Cuckoo Land and Sharkbait Reef By Sea Life. The Little Leak area at the Alton Towers Waterpark has been specifically created for toddlers.
Maps: Resort - Theme Park - Waterpark
Facilities: ATM, baby changing, buggy parks, eating/picnic areas, hotel accommodation, private baby feeding rooms, restaurants, spa, toilets (including disabled), wheelchair access
Telephone: 0871 222 3330 / 01538 703 344
Postal address: Alton Towers, Alton, Staffordshire, ST10 4DB, United Kingdom
Wiki page: Alton Towers Wikipedia
Alton Towers facts and trivia
Alton Towers originally opened back in 1860 with flower shows and garden tours. The Alton Towers theme park was built in 1980 and opened on 04 April the same year.
The area around Alton Towers has been occupied for more than a thousand years.
Part of the track on the ride Rita is comourflaged to fit in with the trees around the park. This is because Alton Towers is set in a conservation area meaning there are height restrictions on rides and buildings; any contruction higher than the tree line must be disguised.
The Flume was originally the longest log flume in the world when it opened in 1981 and is oldest remaining attraction at Alton Towers.