Anyone looking for a great family day out should make Alton Towers their first choice. One of the UK's top theme parks, Alton Towers has something for everyone, from gentle family rides to white-knuckle rollercoasters for true thrill-seekers. However, Alton …Towers is so much more than a one-day attraction. Today, Alton Towers Resort offers a fun-packed family destination for an extended break. With its awesome waterpark that will delight even the youngest family members to the outrageous 9-hole adventure golf course for the kids, and from two high ropes courses for the teenagers to a relaxing spa for the grown ups, this is a destination that has it all. The resort even has a selection of great places to eat, including the amazing new Rollercoaster Restaurant. Tickets and short breaks can be booked easily and conveniently online, with options to add on all-day dining and fast track tickets to make the most of a fun day out. » more
Available on selected dates throughout September and October.
Terms and conditions apply. Offer subject to change and availability. Please see offers/events pages for full details. Breakfast is included with all packages unless stated otherwise at the time of booking. 3rd Day FREE is a Theme Park entry day that can be used on any day during your break, between your hotel check-in and check-out date. 3rd Day FREE does not apply where the Theme Park is closed on the 3rd day of your stay. 3rd Day FREE does not apply to themed weekends held at the Alton Towers Hotels. 3rd Day FREE applies to main season breaks and excludes winter packages. Offer excludes bookings with Merlin Annual Passes.
Terms and conditions apply. Breakfast is included with all packages unless stated otherwise at the time of booking. 2nd Day FREE is a Theme Park entry day and must be taken on consecutive stay dates with a hotel stay in the middle. 2nd Day FREE does not apply where the Theme Park is closed on the 2nd day of your stay. 2nd Day FREE does not apply to themed weekends held at the Alton Towers Resort Hotels. Offer excludes bookings with Merlin Annual Passes.
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How to use Alton Towers Promotional Codes
Select one of our discount vouchers
Check out Promotionalcodes.org.uk to find a promo code for Alton Towers, and click on the yellow “Offer Opened in New Window” button to go directly to the Alton Towers website.
Book your “Short Break”
Go to the Alton Towers website to book a “Short Break” by filling out your travel details in the red window on the home page, and entering the discount you copied from our website into the Promotional Code field. Click “Search All Hotels.”
You’ll be directed to a page with the option of adding park tickets to your hotel room stay. If interested, tick the “Hotel and Tickets” circle, choose from the drop down menu, and enter the date(s) and the number of people. If you want just hotel reservations, tick “Hotel Only.” Either way, click “Search Hotels” to continue.
Select a Hotel
Your hotel details (date, number of nights, etc.) will be shown at the top. Below will be a list of hotels from which to choose. When you find a property you like, click the “Select” button.
The next page will give you the option to “Enhance Your Booking” by adding additional nights, waterpark tickets, a cancellation waiver and more. Check any boxes you want to add, or simply click the yellow “Proceed to Payment” button in the booking window on the right.
Pay and Confirm
Fill out the Payment page with your name and address, as well as your credit card information. Once you’ve clicked “Make Secure Payment” at the bottom, your purchase it complete.
Alton Towers Customer Reviews
I’m embarrassed to say I’ve never been to Alton Towers. But I’m working on rectifying this. My kids have been pestering me to take them for ages, so I’m now beginning to research how and when. I’ve found the website really helpful, as it offers special deals for families. And I can also look at everything on offer, such as the rides. I’ve studied the Young Fun section, and I think the park will suit our kids. It’s hard to know these things for sure, and I’ve been avoiding EuroDisney because I fear I’ll get there and the kids will be too small for the majority of the rides. Alton Towers looks like it offers good fun for the whole family, and there are plenty of kiddy rides and carousel-style features. There’s also a water park, which I think would be a lot of fun if we hit it on the right day. The website is really easy to use, and I’ve found all the information I needed to make an informed decision. And the discounted online tickets are another great reason to go back to the site.
We go to Alton Towers at least once a year with our kids to enjoy the rides and attractions. This year was the first time we bought our tickets online since you save 20 percent, so that was really great. We booked our weekend break through the website and it took just a few moments and everything was sorted. This summer will be our first time spending the night, at the Splash Landings Hotel, and the photos on the website have us excited for the experience.
Although we are frequent visitors I’d say their website would be great for first timers, as it outlines all of the rides and attractions and provides loads of information, you can even search by age range to see the attractions for young kids. Whilst my kids aren’t quite old enough to tackle the big thrill rides, there are plenty of other things to do for their ages such as the driving school attraction and Willy Wonka ride. The sharkbait reef aquarium is fantastic and the kids could spend hours there looking at all of the sea creatures.
My wife also got us tickets to see the Black Eyed Peas from Alton Towers’ website so that will be a fun getaway for us alone. I'd def visit their website first in order to save a few quid on your tickets!