Restoration Archive

//Restoration Archive
Restoration Archive2018-01-06T18:30:41+00:00

With the history of Alton Towers dating back several centuries, the grounds are registered under the Historic Buildings and Ancient Monuments Act 1953 by English Heritage. This legislation requires the Resort to preserve its buildings of historical interest, with an annual budget allocated towards the Resort’s heritage works as part of its cooperative relationship with Staffordshire Moorlands District Council.

Garden Conservatory

Starting during the 2016/17 closed season, and continuing throughout 2017, the Garden Conservatory received extensive restoration works.

Pagoda Fountain

Three months of restoration were carried out in 2017, which included specialist surface blasting, iron work restoration, and painting.

Prospect Tower

Extensive restoration works in 2015 saw this building of national historical and architectural significance restored to its former glory for 2016.

The Towers

While the Towers are now considered semi-derelict, Alton Towers Resort continue to invest in the restoration of some parts.