In order to experience what Alton Towers Resort has to offer, you’ll need to purchase a ticket that will grant you admission into its attractions. We’ve put all the prices for tickets below, as well as our best tips on how to enjoy the resort at a cheaper price.
- Book online to receive a discount. Plan when you’ll be visiting the Resort and book your tickets more than 5 days in advance for the largest discount.
- Look out for 2-for-1 vouchers. These vouchers are an excellent way to halve the cost of your theme park visit. You’ll find them on products, such as Kellogg’s cereal and Carex hand soap, as well as online.
- Visiting with a toddler? Buy a Parent & Toddler ticket. These tickets are available to purchase on off-peak weekdays for £25, which allows one parent and one toddler entry. Admission for additional toddlers (aged 0-2) can be added free of charge, and admission for young children (aged 3-5) can be added for £5 each.
Theme Park Tickets
Alton Towers Theme Park is home to over 50 rides and attractions, with something to appeal to guests of all ages. In order to enjoy these you’ll need to purchase a ticket either prior to or on the day you visit.
Theme Park Season Pass – £55pp
The Alton Towers Season Pass provides entry to the theme park and all its attractions from 17th March until early October, with Season Pass holders also receiving the latest special offers and news.
Excludes Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays in August; 1st & 2nd September; Scarefest (6th – 7th, 13th – 14th, 19th October – 2nd November) & Fireworks (3rd & 4th November)
Season Pass holders can visit on above exclusion dates at a special price of £10