The Alton Towers Resort has sent out a press release detailing the 2013 February Half Term event. The full release is included below:

Escape to the Alton Towers Resort this February Half Term 2013 and meet the Moshi Monsters, along with an amazing selection of rides and attractions that will be available. From 16th-24th February, the famous Alton Towers Resort will open its gates for the first time in 2013 for guests to enjoy a selection of family attractions, along with a range of Moshi Monsters activities.

Open between 10am-4pm with a host of rides available, visitors can also take part in a FANGtastic Moshi Quest all around the theme park to help the Monsters find an Ultra Rare Moshling in-game over at From collecting magic seeds, to seeking out IGGY in a giant picture, there is lots of interactive fun to be had! Guests staying in the hotel can also complete activities such as partying in the Underground Disco, Poppet Mask Making, Badge Making and Face Painting where they earn Rox to redeem in the online game. If that’s not enough, all six Monsters will be on park every day throughout half term to meet and greet their fans! Goopendous!

There will be a range of rides and attractions open for the whole family to enjoy including Ice Age the 4D Experience, Sharkbait Reef by Sea Life, The Runaway Mine Train and Old Macdonald’s Farm.

With endless hours of fun to enjoy, extend your stay with a February Half Term short break. Hotel packages start from £33.75 per person per night and include a scrumptious breakfast and fantastical entertainment.

Save up to 25% when you book tickets in advance at Tickets start from just £12 at

*Attractions open are: Air, Blade, Sharkabit Reef by Sea Life, Sonic Spinball, Duel Maurauder’s Mayhem, Ice Age the 4D Experience, Frog Hopper, Driving School, Tractors, Berry Bish Bash, Singing Barn, Blade, Nemesis, Runaway Mine Train, Heave Ho, Wobble World, Hex, Doodle Doo Derby, Fury Friends, Dung Heap, Squirrel Nutty, Book Worm

In addition, The Alton Towers Resort has sent the following image to accompany the release: