Each year Alton Towers Resort puts on a range of events to provide guests with a whole new way to experience its attractions. There are some annual traditions, as well as some exclusive one-off events which brought the park to life in a way guests may have never seen before.
Events Before 2004
From Spooktaculars to Stunt Spectaculars, the seasons ahead of 2004 saw a variety of events and entertainment at the resort.
The resort was covered in chocolate over the Easter period and in the summer months the seaside came to Alton Towers!
With the return of many events, the resort celebrated the final season of Corkscrew, allowing guests one final chance to ride.
This was a year jam-packed with events, from a Charlie and Lola puppet show to numerous live music and dance productions.
The resort’s annual Christmas and Halloween events returned, with Scarefest offering guests an insight into the story behind Secret Weapon 7.
The resort’s best-loved events returned, from a variety of themed weekends including 3 days of dance and fitness to the popular Scarefest and Fireworks.
Although there was a change to the format of the February Half Term event, all of the favourite seasonal events and themed weekends returned.
With the opening of Wicker Man there was plenty to celebrate, including the usual annual events and the introduction of ’22 Things To Do Before You’re 1.4m’.
Despite the disruption caused by COVID-19, the Resort were still able to host adapted Scarefest and Christmas events, as well as the brand new Oktoberfest.