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Home to the UK’s favourite theme park, the Alton Towers Resort offers an amazing combination of rides, attractions, shows and themed accommodation for thrill-seekers and families.

Our guide to Alton Towers Resort Tickets

From rushing through the burning Wicker Man to laughing and screaming your way through the new Alton Towers Dungeon or simply witnessing a small child’s delight as they disco dance with Ubercorn in CBeebies Land, there really is something for everyone to enjoy at Alton Towers Resort!  

This year, share even more fun and thrills, enjoy the UK’s latest wooden rollercoaster experience on Wicker Man, feel G-forces greater than a space shuttle on Nemesis, brave Oblivion’s iconic vertical drop, ride The Smiler’s 14 loops or satisfy your need for speed on Rita – hold on tight! 

For those with little ones in tow, head over to CBeebies Land where the ‘Peter Rabbit TM Hippity Hop’ ride, featuring the mischievous bunny Peter Rabbit and his friends Benjamin and Lily, join the much-loved characters and themed attractions.

Families can also join Tinky-Winky, Dipsy, Laa-Laa and Po in a musical extravaganza, as they perform their new show, the ‘Teletubbies Big Band Live Show’!

Season and Opening Hours

Your 2020 Alton Towers ticket begins on the 21st March and is valid until the 5th November. The park opens at 10am while closing times vary throughout the year - check the official Alton Towers website before your visit.


Our guide to Alton Towers Resort Tickets



The iconic Oblivion was the world's first vertical drop rollercoaster. Don't... look... down! Oblivion makes you face your fears... you know you shouldn't look, but you won't be able to stop yourself taking a peek at the colossal vertical 180 feet drop! Riders on Oblivion experience a maximum G force of 4.5.



Europe's first ever inverted rollercoaster... your legs are dangling beneath you as you ride! Built in 1994 and still regarded as one of the best rollercoasters in the world there is 250 tonnes of thrilling, twisting and turning coaster, including an underground tunnel!

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The Smiler

The Smiler is the world's first 14 loop rollercoaster.  Its twisting track combines the world beating 14 loops with a speed of 85km/hr and a track length longer than Oblivion!  This will challenge your body and mind.



Rita is the ultimate rollercoaster for speed freaks! From a standing start, hold onto your eyeballs as you're catapulted from 0 to 100km/ph in just two and a half seconds! Rita's maximum speed is 62.1 mph.



The dark and mysterious TH13TEEN is the world's first vertical freefall drop rollercoaster. Speed round the track, enter the ancient crypt, and face the horror that lies within.. TH13TEEN has been dubbed a "psychoaster" as it creates a new level of psychological fear!

Spinball Whizzer

Spinball Whizzer

Feel like a pin ball being catapulted along the 470 metre track at speeds of up to 60km per hour! Each car will spin 360 degrees whilst flying around the tracks.

Wicker Man

Wicker Man

Join the chosen ones on the world’s most immersive rollercoaster experience to date, unifying cutting edge special effects with classic wooden coaster technology for the first time! Wicker Man is the UK’s first new wooden coaster built in over 20 years, a globally unique experience that will reconnect riders with the primal essence of rollercoasters.


The Alton Towers Dungeons*

The Alton Towers Dungeon, a hilariously hideous journey through Staffordshire’s darkest history. You’ll be screaming with laughter whilst you encounter the most frightfully peculiar characters from the past. Take the stand to be sentenced by the dis-honourable Justice of the Peace, the Bishop of Stafford, before being condemned to a traitor’s boat ride down the Black River into the chambers of the Dungeon. Miss it and you’ll be GUTTED!

*Additional charges apply

CBeebies Land

CBeebies Land

For those with little ones in tow, CBeebies Land is the perfect place to explore and meet some of your favourite CBeebies friends including the Teletubbies, as they perform their live show. Plus a whole host of fantastic family rides and attractions including Postman Pat’s Parcel Post, Octonauts Rollercoaster Adventure and Peter Rabbit Hippity Hop Ride.


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Terms and conditions

Terms and conditions for Alton Towers Resort One Day Ticket

  • Our Alton Towers Tickets are open-dated and you can choose to visit Alton Towers at any time between now and the 5th November 2020, as long as you pre-book a park reservation slot in advance. The date you select at the time of booking is an indication and not the guaranteed visit date. Details of how to book your Alton Towers visit will be included on your ticket. 
  • Alton Towers Theme Park reservations are subject to availability and specific dates cannot be guaranteed.
  • Children aged 2 and below go free.
  • Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult (18+).
  • Excludes entrance to the Dungeon and special events such as Halloween and Fireworks days 6th, 7th and 8th November 2020.
  • Cancellation Policy: Tickets can be cancelled for free until they are downloaded from your customer account. Once tickets have been downloaded, your Alton Towers ticket is non-refundable.


Frequently Asked Questions for Alton Towers Resort Tickets

What are Alton Towers opening/closing times?

Alton Towers opens  seasonally between March and November. Daily opening and closing times are subject to change throughout the year.

How big is Alton Towers?

Alton Towers is 910 acres making it the largest theme park in the UK.

Is CBeebies land included in Alton Towers ticket?

The Cbeebies Land is located within Alton Towers. Purchasing an admission ticket to the park will allow you to also visit the Cbeebies Land.

Are there good thrill rides in Alton Towers?

Yes, Alton Towers offers lots of rides for all ages. If you are a thrill seeker though, you can try out rides such as Galactica, Nemesis, Oblivion and The Smiler.

What is Alton Towers?

Alton Towers opened originally in 1980 and is a theme park and waterpark for all the family.

What are Alton Towers Fast Track tickets?

Alton Towers offer fast track tickets for the rides which are available to purchase directly. These are a separate purchase to your admission ticket.

What is Alton Towers Early Ride Time?

Early ride time is for on-site guests allowing them to enter the park before it opens to the general public. This is subject to change at any time and so best to check with the hotel directly.

Are Alton Towers tickets refundable?

Tickets once downloaded from your account are non-refundable.

What does Alton Towers ticket include?

The general admission ticket will allow you access to over 50 rides and attractions within the park. The Dungeons and special events are excluded from this. The waterpark is also a separate ticket to this.

Why do Alton Towers close rides?

Alton Towers closes rides to renovate them and keep them up to date. They may also need to close rides due to health and safety or general up keep throughout the year.

Are there lockers available at Alton Towers Resort?

Yes, there are lockers for any loose items as these cannot be taken on the rides. Small Lockers are from £1 per hour or £5 per day and large Lockers are from £2 per hour or £10 per day. You can revisit the locker throughout the day at no additional charge.

Can Alton Towers tickets be scanned from a phone?

Our tickets are mobile friendly meaning you can download the tickets from your account and scan them at the turnstiles. Please note once the tickets are downloaded, they are non-refundable.

How can I get tickets for the Dungeons at Alton Towers?

These can be purchased directly from Alton Towers in addition to your admission ticket.

Can you enter Alton Towers Scarefest with normal ticket?

No, this is a separate ticketed event so is not included in the general admission tickets.

Do Alton Towers do disabled tickets?

Alton Towers do offer concessions for carers when purchasing an admission ticket. Proof of disability will need to be shown at the Ticket Office

Where is Alton Towers?

Alton Towers is based on Farley Lane, Alton, Stoke-on-Trent ST10 4DB in Staffordshire. You can travel by car, by the X41bus daily from Stafford & Uttoxeter or via train. The closest stations are Uttoxeter or Stoke-On-Trent although you will need to book a taxi from the station.

Do you need a ticket for baby at Alton Towers?

Children under the age of 3 years go free of charge into the park.

Where can I get an Alton Towers map from?

You can download the free Alton Towers app which will give you a detailed map of the park as well as queue times.

Is there Wifi within the Alton Tower parks?

Yes, free Wi-fi is offered within the parks

Can I bring food/snacks into Alton Towers?

Yes, there are picnic areas available to eat at. Alton Towers does offer a wide range of food options for purchase within the parks though and cater for dietary allergies and intolerances.

Is the park accessible for wheelchairs or guests with reduced mobility?

Yes, although there are some steep inclines through the park where some assistance may be needed.

Is Alton Towers suitable for younger children?

The park does have the amazing Cbeebies Land where younger children can learn, play and be inspired. The rides within the parks will have height restrictions so it is best to check this before you travel.

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