Come to Alton Towers Resort in 2023 and prepare for a fantabulous year at Britain’s Greatest Escape!
Get ready to experience three fantabulous new attractions as CBeebies Land welcomes Hey Duggee’s Big Adventure Badge, Andy’s Adventures Dinosaur Dig and JoJo & Gran Gran At Home! CBeebies fans can also enjoy two brand-new live shows with Bing and Flop as well as Hey Duggee in Big Fun Showtime. Plus Bingsters can experience the ultimate sleepover in the new Bing-themed bedrooms in the CBeebies Land Hotel.
The new attractions join our awesomely amazing rides and attractions adding even more fun and adventures! Are you bold enough to take on the Resort’s awesome choice of head-spinning, heart-pounding, world-class rollercoasters, like Wicker Man,, Oblivion and The Smiler? Dare you add a visit to the Alton Towers Dungeons? Or will you take a spin on Grangsta Granny: The Ride?
Alton Towers Resort is a large theme park with a fantastic variety of rides and attractions suitable for all ages and therefore we recommend a full day visit.
November 5th, 2023
Children under 3: FREE but require a ticket
Please ensure that you bring your E-Ticket for entry on arrival Please be ready to make on-site payments using a ‘contactless’ bank card, rather than cash where possible
Disabled Access Rides and attractions have a variety of restrictions which are put in place to ensure guests safety. Each ride has its own set of restrictions which must be adhered to at all times, some of which are due to ride restraints, forces or sometimes due to additional requirements if the ride has stopped and guests are required to exit before reaching the station.
Alton Towers Resort is located between the M1 and the M6 and is well signposted from both motorways. Depending on your direction, the nearest motorway exits are:
M1 Northbound – Junction 23a
M1 Southbound – Junction 28
M6 Northbound – Junction 15
M6 Southbound – Junction 16
Please drive with care when you’re in the area, as there are many walkers, cyclists and horse riders, and the roads can be very thin in places.
Some Sat Nav systems may take you down a local farm track (especially if you’re coming from the B5417). Please follow the road signs for the last few miles.
Please be aware that the B5417 is closed until 8th May, guests arriving to the Resort from the Ashbourne direction should follow diversion signs
Visitors can travel to Alton Towers Resort by train, via several popular destinations.
Uttoxeter Train Station: Uttoxeter station is the nearest train station to Alton Towers, just 10 miles from the resort. Uttoxeter station is just a 20 minute drive away from the resort or 30 minutes by bus.
Stoke on Trent Station: Stoke on Trent rail station is 15 miles from Alton Towers Resort. A local taxi would take around 25 minutes to the resort.
Derby Train Station: Derby train station is around 25 miles from Alton Towers. From there you will need to order a taxi or a car service to arrive at the resort in around 50 minutes to one hour.
D&G Bus operate the X41 which runs between Stafford - Uttoxeter - Alton Towers Resort, and the 32X which operates between Hanley - Cheadle - Alton Towers Resort.
Notts & Derby buses operate the X52 service which runs between Nottingham, Derby and the Alton Towers Resort.
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