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Alton Towers

Britain’s largest holiday park. Alton Towers is a theme park like no other and the ideal destination for a fun family day out that is guaranteed to make memories that will last a lifetime.

How to get there

By Car

Alton Towers Resort is situated between 2 Motorways the M1 and the M6, if you are coming via the M1 take the 23a / 24 exit or alternatively junction 15 off the M6. Car parks are located at the back of the park and are a 5-minute monorail journey or 15 to 20-minute walk to the entrance, the price for parking is £6.

By Train

You will need to catch a train to either Uttoxeter train station or Stoke on Trent. From either of these stations, you will need to either continue by bus.
From Stoke railway station, you will need to catch a bus towards Hanley (City Centre) then change to the 32A service, from Uttoxeter the same bus runs towards Hanley via the resort.
Alternatively, a taxi to the park costs around £20.
There are limited bus services, so it is essential to do your research and plan train times accordingly.

By Bus

The 32A which runs from Uttoxeter stops at the resort and there are once daily services from Nottingham and Derby train stations, however, many coach companies run trips to Alton Towers during the summer months from all around the country and if you are staying at lodges close to Alton Towers you are ideally placed to visit this fantastic attraction.

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A location where the whole family can have heaps of fun at the theme park, creating lasting memories with the children. Whilst in the evening, the parents recover and recuperate in a simmering private hot tub followed by a glass of bubbly.

Things to do at Alton Towers

The Theme Park

From unique white-knuckle rides to ones the whole family can enjoy this excellent theme park is split into 12 areas, has over 35 rides with no less than 7 major roller coasters there really is something for all ages.

  • Galactica
  • Rita
  • Oblivion
  • Nemesis
  • Thirteen
  • The Enterprise
  • The Blade
  • Smiler
  • Wickerman (new for 2018)

There are also plenty of family rides for both adults and children to enjoy including the “Spinball Whizzer” “Runaway Mine Train and Frog Hopper and the little ones will love the 14 rides and attractions at CBeebies Land which includes a trip through the Night Garden and Big Show Fun time the heart of Cbeebies Land where you can enjoy a picnic, it has a full programme of events and little ones can meet some of the biggest stars such as characters from the Night Garden and Duggee.


It is always a good idea to look out for coupons and vouchers as these often offer 2 for 1 entry and can really save you money although it is important to remember these offers are based on the full “on the day” price.

Standard Ticket Prices

Standard ticket prices are the ‘at the gate prices’, which you pay on the day at the main entrance. There are various ticket types, including:

  • Adults (12 years and over) £55
  • Children (3-11 years) £48
  • Groups 7+ £54 each

If you are staying at Alton Towers, two-day tickets will save you tons as you can add an extra day’s entry for just £7.50.

Online Ticket Prices

Online ticket purchases are cheaper and give you something called “Early Ride Time” where you have access to park and certain rides an hour before it opens to visitors.

  • Adults (12 years and over) £32
  • Children (3-11 years) £27.50
  • Groups 7+ £30 each.

The Waterpark

The biggest indoor water-park in the UK can be found at Alton Towers. Explore the huge Wacky Waterworks Tree House, and scream in surprise as the upturned clock tower cascades gallons of water over you.

If exhilarating water slides are not your thing you can take a leisurely trip along the lazy river or unwind in one of the heated volcanic hot tubs. There is also a lagoon for the little ones to enjoy too.

Towels can be rented from reception and there’s a shop selling swimwear although be aware the selection is not great, and it is much more expensive than the high street.

Another thing to be aware of are the height restrictions on some rides, the adult to child ratio which is one adult supervising 1 child under 4 years old or 2 children between 5 and 9 years of age. Alton Towers also operates a strict policy on video cameras though you are free to take photos.

Opening Times

The park is open all year round, but times vary depending on the time of year so check the website as the park is often closed during January and February for maintenance. The Waterpark also plays host to themed events during the summer months.


  • Adults (12+) £17.50 Online £15.00
  • Children (4-11) £12.75 Online £10.50
  • Family of 3 £42.60 Online £36.00
  • Family of 4 – £56.80 Online £48.00
  • Disabled Guest – £17.50 Online £15.00
  • Senior – £8.50 Online £7.50.

Golf at Alton Towers

Extraordinary Golf offers visitors the chance to finish of their day with a fun activity for all the family. The course is split into 2 halves and themed around the park’s rides and attractions.

Situated behind the monorail station the golf course is usually open after the waterpark and rides have shut for the evening. If you are staying close by, it’s a great way to avoid the traffic which builds up around the park at closing time.


  • Adult 9 holes £5
  • Adult 18 holes £6
  • Child 9 holes £4
  • Child 18 holes £5
  • Disabled/Senior Citizen 9 holes £3
  • Disabled/Senior Citizen 18 holes £4.

The Spa

The Spa is a great spot to escape the noise and excitement of the theme or water park, for a small fee, visitors can use the indoor heated pool and relaxation rooms which are blissfully adults only.

If you wish to pamper yourself the award-winning treatments on offer are comparable to other Spa Hotels and considered to be excellent quality. Overlooking beautiful gardens, it is the perfect place to unwind if the weather is chilly.

During peak season and weekends during the winter the Spa can be extremely busy so, it is advisable to book in advance if you know what dates you will be visiting the park.

Packages start from £52, please click here for the 2018 brochure.

Food and Drink at Alton Towers

One thing for certain you won’t go hungry at Alton Towers. With almost 30 eateries there is something to suit all tastes and budgets, whether you fancy sitting down for a in steak at Woodcutter’s Bar & Grill, (prices £7-£10), pizza in Explorer's Pizza Pasta Buffet (prices £8- £13) or a hot dogs and donuts at Tower’s Hot Dogs and Donuts (prices less than £4).

With locations all over the park, you’re never too far away from a delicious snack or meal and there are several picnic areas too.

The Final Word

Alton Towers is a fantastic day out for young and old alike and whether splashing around at the Waterpark, enjoying the thrills of the many roller coasters, conquering the Treetop Challenge, enjoying lunch at The Roller Coaster Restaurant or relaxing in the spa you are guaranteed an amazing time.

It is the perfect holiday destination for the kids to go wild and enjoy themselves, as well as a full day of family memories being created. Then for the evening, the adults can unwind with a glass of bubbly and simmering hot tub, after an eventful day at Alton Towers.