- 1 Alton Towers Big Six Challenge
- 1.1 How the Alton Towers Big Six Challenge Works
- 1.2 Travelling to Alton Towers Resort
- 1.3 Travelling by Train
- 1.4 Nearby Accomodation
Alton Towers Big Six Challenge
Take on the Alton Towers Big Six Challenge and get a free return ticket to Alton Towers. Alton Towers theme park in Staffordshire is the UK’s most popular theme park. Throughout the 2017 season, Alton Towers Resort challenges you to ride six of the UK’s biggest rollercoasters. Track your Alton Towers Big Six Challenge progress with the Alton Towers Resort App. Follow the instructions in the app to claim your prize and return to Alton Towers for FREE. Please find full details of the Alton Towers Big Six Challenge below. Alton Towers Theme Park offers a great variety of rides and attractions including a number of world record-breaking roller coasters. Alton Towers Resort also caters for younger guests with the world’s first CBeebies Land.
History of Alton Towers
For anyone interested in finding out more about the history of Alton Towers, we recommend this book:
How the Alton Towers Big Six Challenge Works
1 – Get your Tickets
Save over £20 per person on Theme Park tickets when you book 5+ days in advance
Click the link below to purchase your tickets from Alton Towers official website.
Alternatively, you may be able to purchase tickets on eBay people have acquired through the Sun promotion. These may be available at much lower prices than you would pay on the gate. Click this link to view current offers: Cheap Alton Towers Tickets on eBay
2 – Download the Alton Towers App
Track your progress with the Alton Towers Resort App. If you already have the app installed you may need to update it to take on the challenge. An update to the Android app will be coming soon.
Apple users can download from the App Store, the Android app is available on Google Play.
3 – Take on the Challenge
Can you face the Big 6? Alton Towers Resort challenges you to ride six of the UK’s biggest rollercoasters. The Smiler, TH13TEEN, Rita, Oblivion, Nemesis and Galactica.
4 – Challenge Complete
Follow the instructions in the app to claim your prize.
Come back for FREE
Pre-book your tickets within the App and come back for free on weekdays between 6th and 30th September 2017.
Share your selfies to win a hotel stay.
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Find out more about Alton Towers:
Alton Towers Rides and Attractions
* Postman Pat’s Parcel Post
* In The Night Garden Magical Boat Ride
* Mr. Bloom’s Allotment
* Get Set Go Tree Top Adventure
* Octonauts Rollercoaster Adventure
* The Smiler
Cloud Cuckoo Land
* Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
* Driving School
* Twirling Toadstool
* Frog Hopper
* Gallopers Carousel
* Wobble World indoor play area
* Ice Age The 4D Experience
* Nemesis Sub-Terra
* The Blade
* Runaway Mine Train
* Congo River Rapids
* Battle Galleons
* Sharkbait Reef
* Heave Ho
* Marauders Mayhem
Click Here to view the Alton Towers Park Map:
Alton Towers – Park Map
Click Here to view ride Height Restrictions:
Alton Towers – Height Restrictions
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 either Virgin Trains or Train Genius websites 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. 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.
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Originally posted 2017-04-13 12:58:48.