The centrepiece of Alton Towers Resort is of course its legendary Theme Park. Spread over 800 acres and split into a variety of themed areas, it’s easy to see why you may need more than one day to explore all the park has to offer.


Adventure Land

Prepare to enter play as you have a ball on your very own pinball.

CBeebies Land

CBeebies Land

Children can interact with some of their favourite characters in this colourful land.

Cloud Cuckoo Land

Cloud Cuckoo Land

Think big and enter this magical land where anything is possible with a little imagination.

Dark Forest

Dark Forest

Surrender yourself to the demons of the Dark Forest and be thrilled by Rita and TH13TEEN.


Forbidden Valley

The situation is out of control at the Phalanx Facility, where Nemesis has breached her secure containment!


Gloomy Wood

This mysterious corner of the woodlands is home to Alton Manor, the former residence of the Alton Family.

Katanga Canyon

Whether this be by rail or river, go on an adventure and explore this African mining village.

Mutiny Bay

Shiver me timbers, the pirates have come to Alton Towers, sailing in on their Battle Galleons.

The Towers

The Towers Complex

Explore the ruins of the ancient Towers which also hold some mysterious secrets.

Towers Street

Towers Street

The portal to the magic that is Alton Towers and home to the legendary Leap Frog Fountains.


The World of David Walliams

Discover an area which brings to life characters from David Walliams’ best-selling children’s novels.


Enter the X-Sector and be subjected to The Ministry of Joy’s unrelenting experiments.

The Gardens

At the heart of the Alton Estate, the gardens offer a tranquil retreat from the crowds.


You can get around the park by foot, track or even via the sky, on the park’s transport systems.