Alton Towers reveals new name for the iconic Nemesis rollercoaster as it prepares to relaunch this spring.
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.
Nemesis Reborn Opening Date
We expect Nemesis Reborn to open at the start of the 2024 which will be Saturday March 16th but we still await official confirmation from Alton Towers on this. The video below shows the new ride testing which commenced on 19th January 2024.
Nemesis 30th Anniversary
If you study the logo above you will see how the design team have cleverly incorporated 30 into the ‘Reborn’ text as 2024 will be Nemesis’ 30th birthday.
Nemesis Reborn Teaser Video
Alton Towers Resort released the following teaser video giving an insight into just what’s instore for those who dare to ride this thrilling roller coaster.
Alton Towers Resort Tickets
There are lot’s of ways to save on your Alton Towers Tickets, you can get 2-4-1 entry from cereal boxes and each year the Sun Newspaper run a promotion where they give away Free Theme Park Tickets including Alton Towers.
Purchase your tickets in advance to save time queuing at the entrance to the park and also save 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 tickets in advance direct from the Alton Towers Official Website.
New Rides and Attractions for 2024
Nemesis Reborn is one of many new rides and attractions launching at UK Theme Parks in 2024. Other major attractions include the UKs tallest and fastest roller coaster – Hyperia at Thorpe Park Resort and Minifigure Speedway duelling roller coaster at LEGOLAND Windsor Resort.
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. Search for your train tickets using Raileasy. 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.