There is a great line up of events planned for Alton Towers Resort in 2024. Highlights include the opening of Nemesis Reborn and the ever popular Scarefest when the park stays open till late giving guests the opportunity to experience the rides in the dark!
February Half-Term Pirate Takeover
The year kicks off with February Half-Term Pirate Takeover, running from 10th to 25th February 2024. Selected areas of the theme park will be open along with bucket loads of live entertainment, extraordinary golf and the Alton Towers Waterpark.
Alton Towers After Dark and Nemesis Reborn Opening
Alton Towers Theme Park reopens for the 2024 season on Saturday 16th March 2024, this is also likely to be the date that Nemesis Reborn opens to the general public. In addition to this, a new event for 2024 “Alton Towers After Dark” will take place on Saturday 16th, 23rd and 30th March!
The iconic Nemesis rollercoaster shut down in November 2022 for a revamp, with the entire 250-tonne, 716-metre-long track being replaced in what is the ‘biggest overhaul in its 30-year history’. But bosses at the theme park are now teasing the return of the ride and have shared striking video footage of it, along with its new name and logo – Nemesis Reborn.
School Summer Holidays
The Staffordshire theme park will be running family friendly events throughout the summer school holidays.
During Oktoberfest, An area of the 500-acre Theme Park will be transformed into a Bavarian-themed destination, complete with Lederhosen-clad hosts, lots of oomptastic live entertainment, delicious German-themed food and exclusive Alton Beer. Oktoberfest runs from Saturday 7th September to Sunday 6th October.
One of our personal favourite events at Alton Towers Resort is Scarefest. Featuring all your favourite rides, optional Scaremazes and late park opening, providing the opportunity to experience rides in the dark, what’s not to love?
Scarefest 2024 runs from Friday 11th October to Sunday 3rd November.
Ultimate Fireworks Spectacular
For a fireworks display dazzling enough to make your jaw drop and your eyes pop, there’s only one place to be – Alton Towers Resort. Taking place from 7th to 10th November, it is an end of season party that you don’t want to miss!
Christmas Festive Breaks
Join in the festive fun at Alton Towers Resort, packed full of laughter, magical memories and delight, when you take time to unwind with a fantastical Festive Break.
Stay at Alton Towers Resort
If you can afford to then it is well worth taking the opportunity to stay on site as after a long day in the park it is only a short walk back to your accommodation. It really adds to the experience and you can spend a second day relaxing at the onsite Alton Towers Waterpark before the drive home. Due to the scale of the park, it is well worth planning your visit in advance.
Thanks to the internet it is easy to plan ahead. I would recommend viewing the Alton Towers Park Map online. You can also view the Ride Height Restrictions. Alton Towers offers a good mixture of rides and attractions to entertain all of the family. Use the map and other information available on the Alton Towers website to get an idea of which rides and attractions you would like to do. This information will help you to establish which sections of the theme park you need to visit. Bear in mind that the different sections are very spread out with lots of walking between each one. It is worth making use of the Skyride as this can avoid lots of walking on hilly and uneven pathways. Ensure that you wear comfortable shoes suitable for lots of walking.
Alton Towers Resort Tickets
Purchase your tickets in advance to save time queuing at the entrance to the park and also saving on the full price admission. View our Alton Towers Resort Special Offers Page for the best discounts on your Tickets and Accommodation.
You can buy your tickets in advance direct from Alton Towers Official Website.
Alton Towers Resort
At Alton Towers resort you will find a wide range of Attractions in addition to the famous Theme Park.
Extraordinary Golf is a fun mini-golf for all the family with holes based on some of the rides and attractions from within the theme park. Located within the Splash Landings hotel is the Alton Towers Waterpark. A highlight of the water park is the Master Blaster Water Coaster which takes you around the whole Waterpark at breath-taking speed. This amazing water slide will have you screaming with fun!
Travelling to Alton Towers Resort
Alton Towers is located in the beautiful Staffordshire countryside. There are a number of ways to get to Alton Towers. If you are travelling by car, Alton Towers Resort is between the M1 and the M6. When driving to any of Alton Towers Resorts Attractions use the postcode ST10 4DB. Please follow the signs for the final part of your journey, as your Sat Nav may attempt to take you down a local farm track, especially if you’re coming down the B5417.
Please drive with care when you’re in the area. There are many walkers, cyclists and horse riders, and the roads can be very narrow in places.
Travelling by Train
The nearest train station to Alton Towers is Uttoxeter, which is accessible from a large number of UK train stations including London, Birmingham and Newcastle upon Tyne, where trains depart every hour. See the Raileasy website for details. From Uttoxeter, the remainder of the journey can be made by taxi or bus (there is one daily bus service which takes approximately 40 minutes). Visitors also catch trains to Alton Towers via Stoke-on-Trent (four bus departures daily) and Nottingham and Derby (both one bus service daily).
There are lots of places to stay in the Peak District. Alton Towers is surrounded by beautiful countryside. The theme park offers on-site accommodation. If you only planning on visiting the park for one day and would like to explore some of the other attractions in the area then take a look at some of the wonderful self-catering cottages available from Snaptrip.