Unleash the ‘Power of the Towers’ this year as you share joy, laughter and thrills with family and friends at Britain’s Greatest Escape!
This year, there really is something for everyone as the Resort launches some amazing NEW attractions. Dare you add a visit to the brand new Alton Towers Dungeon* where you can laugh and scream as you journey through Staffordshire’s darkest history! Plus enjoy an awesome choice of world-class rollercoasters including the latest addition Wicker Man which brings together wood and fire, as well as a host of fantastic family attractions including a new ride and live show in CBeebies Land.
*Additional charge applies
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Terms & Conditions
Saving based on individual walk up admission price. The offer is not available on the day, cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotion, is subject to availability and tickets must be booked at least 24 hours in advance of visit. 2 day tickets must be used on consecutive days. All prices are dependent on the date of visit, prices and opening dates are subject to change without notice. Please check the attraction website for open and closed dates before you visit. Proof of company employment/membership may be requested on arrival. *The Dungeons is recommended for children aged 10+
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