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Alton Towers Waterpark
Alton Towers Waterpark is located within the Splash Landings Hotel. Guests at the Alton Towers hotel can access the waterpark by following a footpath that runs through the water park itself giving you a fantastic insight into what the water park has to offer.
Master Blaster Water Coaster
Race around the perimeter of Alton Towers Waterpark on the Master Blaster Water Coaster. Riders are sent twisting and turning at breath-taking speed with powerful water jets propelling the dingy’s up the inclines. This amazing water slide will make you scream with fun. There is the option of single tubes or you can ride in a pair.
Rush ’N’ Rampage
If you enjoy high-speed water slides, then Rush ‘n’ Rampage will have you running back for another go as soon as you’ve finished. Ride the slides into Splashdown Pool below.
Perfect for those hot sunny days, Flash Floods is an Outdoor Flume Adventure.
Spend some time underneath the waterfall and have a swim in Lagoon bay. Children can play with one of the flotation toys provided.
Bubbly Wubbly Pool
Located outside, the waters of the Bubbly Wubbly Pool will soothe you as the steam rises. Alternatively, head to the bubbling waters of Volcano Springs.
Wacky Waterworks Tree House
With over 70 interactive water features to try children will love the Wacky Waterworks Tree House. Guests can shoot water cannons, tip buckets, pull ropes and spin water wheels.
The Tipping Bucket
Once the bucket reaches its 1000 litre capacity a bell will sound to warn you it is about to tip. Listen out for the bell as you don’t want to be taken by surprise.
Little ones will be in their element in the Little Leak bright shallow pool. Young children can paddle and slide in the Little Leak area.
The Lazy River
No waterpark is complete without a Lazy River. At Splash Landings you can Relax and lie back as you drift along the Lazy River.
Food and Drink
Adventurers Cave is located in the Alton Towers Waterpark. They serve breakfast daily until 11.00am. At lunch time select from a range of meal deals. Choices include jacket potatoes, burgers and hotdogs and also meal deals for your children. Adventurers Cave is an ideal stop for families.
Ice Cream Parlour
Located in the Alton Towers Waterpark, the Ice Cream Shack is the ideal place to cool down after spending some time in the Alton Towers Waterpark. The parlour serves refreshing sundaes with toppings of your choice, hot waffles, ice cream floats and much more.
Free Buoyancy Aids
There are limited free buoyancy aids available for guest use at the poolside.
Note before booking
All guests need to fulfil the ratio requirements to enter the Alton Towers Waterpark.
Changing rooms and lockers
There is a mixture of individual and family changing facilities. Lockers are available to store your valuables for a small charge.
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 Train Genius 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).