35 Alton Towers Rides For A Thrilling Experience In 2024
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Rides In Alton Towers 

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The Alton Towers rides and activities are suitable for all ages, from toddlers to the elderly. Here you may ride TH13TEEN, the world's first freefall roller coaster, or the exciting Frog Hopper, which will send you screaming through the air, time and time again. If you would like to fight the ghosts, you can always engage in Duel’s laser gun adventure before you are caught by the ghouls.

There are about 40  thrilling rides in Alton Towers that await you, including the unique roller coasters right from inverted Nemesis to the 14-loop Smiler’s. Besides these two, thrill seekers can also take on other action-packed attractions which include the wooden coaster of Wicker, the vertical drop ride of Oblivion, and the terrifying Blade.

While visiting Alton Towers, don't miss out on the Skyride, which is a great way to see the park from above. The place has a special clubhouse specially designed for kids known as Hey Duggee's Big Adventure Badge, where they can interact in various physical activities.
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CBeebies Land


Go Jetters Vroomster Zoom Ride

  • The Go Jetters Vroomster Zoom Ride is based on the popular television show about 4 explorers and their global journeys.
  • Vroomsters can be controlled by children as they take off from the Jetpad on a mission to find Grandmaster Glitch.
  • Riders will be able to feel like they're flying through the air on the ride.
  • It's fast, colourful, and a lot of fun to play around with it.

Octonauts Rollercoaster Adventure

  • Octonauts Rollercoaster Adventure is a kiddie coaster where youngsters ride their first roller coaster with Captain Barnacles in the driver's seat, rescuing sea creatures and protecting the ocean.
  • Through an Octonauts-themed archway, you can find a photo studio where you can have your picture taken to become an official 'Octocadet. 

JoJo & Gran Gran At Home

  • JoJo & Gran Gran At Home lets you play, create, discover, and let your imagination run wild. 
  • Gather your family and head to the kitchen to make banana bread with Great Gran Gran, who lives on the island of Saint Lucia. 

Something Special Sensory Garden

  • Make a special place for Mr. Tumble's spotty bag in the Something Special Sensory Garden. 
  • The Tumble trail will lead you to three hidden treasures, so be sure to peek inside Mr. Tumble's spotty bag along the way. 
  • Don't disturb Grandad Tumble's sleep by making noise as you walk past his shed. 

Andy’s Adventures Dinosaur Dig

  • In this live interactive show of Andy’s Adventures Dinosaur Dig you'll be immersed in prehistoric sights, sounds, and discoveries. 
  • Get your hands dirty and dig up some fossils at Andy's prehistoric dig site.
  • The outpost curator will help you build a new exhibit, and you'll learn all about your findings!
  • Children as young as eight years old can enjoy this attraction.

Justin's House Pie-O-Matic Factory

  • The Pie-O-Matic, which is brand new, will be used to assist in the creation of these delicious pie treats.
  • To help Justin, Robert, and Little Monster make the best pies in the world, you'll need to use your brains and the factory's amazing inventions. 
  • Make the cherries fly through the air, load the conveyors, and stock the machines in this crazy amusement park where children are guaranteed to have a blast.

Bugbie Go Round

  • In the heart of CBeebies Land there is a carousel where you can ride with the Bugbies as they embark on a journey of discovery. 
  • With this colourful carousel, parents and children alike can enjoy a ride.
  • There are three kinds of buggies for kids to choose from once the automatic gate has opened.
  • Riding the bugbie cart you end up outdoors, in the deep sea or in outer space.

In The Night Garden Magical Boat Ride

  • Iggle Piggle and Friends' magical world is brought to life "In the Night Garden" Magical Boat Ride.
  • Guests can take in the sights and sounds of the surrounding area while also hearing the narrative read aloud to them.
  • A Night Garden awaits you on the magical Boat Ride, where you'll get to see all of your favourite characters.

Hey Duggee's Big Adventure Badge

  • Weave your way through sensory play areas and meet Hey Duggee as you obtain your Big Adventure Badge.
  • In addition to climbing structures, slides, tunnels, and trampolines, the Squirrel Clubhouse has both a large slide at its front and a taller spiral side to its right.
  • Little ones can imagine their own sea voyages on the playground's pirate ship and yellow submarine. 
  • Members of the Squirrel Club are depicted in models and sound effects can be found all over the area.
  • Visitors can meet Hey Duggee and receive the Big Adventure Badge (in sticker form) in a separate area next to the beachfront section.

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Postman Pat Parcel Post

  • Another family-friendly, relaxing, and fun ride is the Postman Pat Parcel Post.
  • To assist Pat in delivering his packages, you'll ride along in Pat's van on a predetermined route.
  • Riders must solve puzzles around the track and push the correct buttons to ensure that Pat delivers the correct item to the correct location.
  • This is a regular draw, and parents are welcome to join in on the fun with their kids.

Get Set Go Tree Top Adventure

  • On your way into CBeebies Land, a treetop ride with an up and down track circles the entrance of the mini theme park.
  • Guests can get a bird's eye view of CBeebies land as well as the park's central lawns and lakes.
  • At various points in time, you come across yellow blob characters engaged in various activities.
  • It's a great way to get a sense of where you want to go next, and it's very relaxing.

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The Smiler

  • The Smiler is a 30 meters high rollercoaster, the first of its kind in the world. 
  • This is a high-speed, high-altitude roller coaster for serious thrill-seekers, reaching speeds of up to 53 mph.
  • It has a track that is three times as long as Oblivion's and has 14 loops, making it the first ride with the highest number of loops in the world.


  • Oblivion, with its 4.5G drop, is one of the UK's most intense roller coaster experience.
  • It was designed to outdo the likes of The Enterprise, Black Hole, and Energizer in terms of thrill-seeking.
  • An Oblivion shuttle, which equals a large elephant, gives the rollercoaster unbeatable momentum. 
  • With a near 90-degree drop, this steel roller coaster giant drops you down into the ground.
Make the most of gravity by letting your arms and legs dangling below you.

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  • A 360-degree ride at 60km/h on Enterprise literally turns the things upside down and back again for the passengers.
  • You defy the laws of physics and enter your cage to be dragged upwards towards the sky on this horrific steel wheel. 
  • Hanging upside down and spinning around and around, you rely on the circular force of spins to keep you from falling to your death. 
  • In the futuristic X-Sector, a white-knuckle roller coaster will either make you think or shriek, or even cause you to burst out laughing hysterically at your own fear.

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The Towers


Gangsta Granny: The Ride

  • David Walliams' most popular children's book is brought to life in a ground-breaking new family attraction called Gangsta Granny: The Ride.
  • This fairytale corner of the park also has a carousel, go-karts, and whizzy rides for younger children.
  • As soon as you step into the carriage, you are immediately transported into the story, where Ben and his naughty granny lead the way on their daring jewel heist.
  • As you follow the bold duo on their fantastic jewel heist through the London sewers, there are numerous thrills, spills, and a few chills.
  • This 360-degree family ride also features some real laugh-out-loud moments, such as brilliant special effects and an appearance by a very special royal figure!

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The Alton Towers Dungeon

  • The Dungeon at Alton Towers features five shows, a boat ride, and six themed areas in a 45-minute experience. 
  • There is a 45-minute show that's both funny and eerie at times, introducing you to historical figures from pivotal moments in Staffordshire's history.
  • Besides the usual torturer, courtroom, and plague doctor shows, Alton's Dungeon features shows about Dick Turpin (the Highwayman) and Molly Leigh, (Witch of Burslem) two local legends.

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The Retro Squad

  • Spin, slide, and fly on three brand-new, totally awesome, and devilishly retro pop-up rides as you enjoy thrill rides at The Retro Squad.
  • Spinjam, Roller Disco, and Funk'n'Fly are all part of the Retro Squad, a trio of outrageously fun rides with a fairground vibe. 
  • Get ready to bounce, slide, and fly, and when you're done, just wig out to the retro-tastic thrill vibes of the 1980s, and don't lose your chance to do so!
  • Hop on Funk'n Fly and soar to historic new heights if you are ready for an exhilarating, funktastic ride.

Hex - The Legend of the Towers

  • Hex - The Legend of the Towers is the most immersive walkthrough dark ride experience.
  • An oak tree, mysteriously bound to a native family's fate, serves as the inspiration for Hex. 
  • A disorienting blend of ride, film, and stunning lighting effects that immerses you in the dark forces of a legendary myth.
  • Learn about the curse of the Earl of Shrewsbury, but avoid getting sucked into any bad happenings.
  • It's time to unlock the vault, which has been shut for two centuries. Relax and keep your head up high as the room begins to swirl.

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Spinball Whizzer

  • Spinball Whizzer is a 17-meter-high sit-Down Spinning roller coaster.

  • If you've ever wondered what it's like to be a pinball, this experience is for you. 

  • Your car spins 360 degrees as you travel at up to 60kph, and the more people you have in your backseat, the more twists and turns you get! 

  • An unforgettable, full-on family adventure awaits you at this 470-metre-long ride.

  • Make sure to ride Spinball Whizzer late in the day so that you can enjoy it to its fullest potential!. 

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  • The Skyride is a 200-feet cable car system, which serves as a mode of transportation for visitors. 
  • To the edge of the Dark Forest from Towers Street via Forbidden Valley, you are transported by cable car between the three stations.
  • Gondolas painted every colour of the rainbow will take you hundreds of feet into the air, high above the city lights. You'll be floored by the breathtaking views from the top of Alton Towers and beyond.
  • It's okay if you don't want to put in any effort; just go on a virtual tour of the beautiful gardens.
  • Climb aboard the Skyride for a bird's eye view of the popular flower beds and foliage.
  • As you rise through the sky, you'll be able to see our world-class rides and attractions in action below you.

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Dark Forest



  • The planet's first vertical free-fall drop roller coaster, TH13TEEN, is one of the darkest and most mysterious rides in Alton Tower.
  • With TH13TEEN, Alton Towers' secret weapon number six, bold family visitors and thrill seekers alike will become falling objects inside this unsteady crypt!
  • Reverse gears are needed as soon as the vehicle hits the ground, because there appears to be no way out of this predicament. 
  • TH13TEEN, in contrast to other dive coasters at theme parks around the world, completely blindsides riders.
  • With no warning and no ticking lift hill, this free fall ride releases you 5 metres through the air.

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  • Rita is one of the most thrilling rides in Alton Tower for adrenaline junkies, and has a track length of 647 metres.
  • Rita is the ultimate high-gravity roller coaster for speed demons.
  • This first Accelerator Coaster at Alton Towers, is a dragster with a high level of thrills. 
  • Each high-performance automobile competes in the drag race through high-speed edges and airtime hills.
  • The pace is going to be fierce, so brace yourself for an astonishing experience as Rita refuses to budge until the very end of her race.

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Forbidden Valley



  • Nemesis is one of the inverted roller-coaster rides in Alton Tower that has a track length of 716 meters, and features 4 inversions.
  • Experience the twists, turns, and loops of one of the UK's best roller coasters.
  • Race through the Forbidden Valley at 50mph and experience 3.5 G-force!
  • This roller coaster dangles thrill seekers from a 250-ton tangle of steel, and at least 1.4 metres of minimum height is required to ride it.
  • No other roller coaster can compare to Nemesis in terms of adrenaline-pumping excitement. It's time to scream!

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The Blade

  • The Blade is one of the pirate ship-style rides in Alton Tower which is based on an extensive metal cutting blade rather than the more traditional sailing boat theme.
  • Do you dare face the blade? Take a large piece of crumbling metal and swing it around the Forbidden Forest. 
  • The Blade reaches a moment of zero gravity as it swings in the air. 
  • This pendulum swing, in its back-and-forth motion, reaches nearly vertical angles 75 degrees, providing some amazing adrenaline to riders. 

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  • Galactica is one of the free flying Alton Towers rides that features two inversions. 
  • Fly low and close to the ground, narrowly avoiding trees and walkways in the theme park. 
  • You'll go through two complete 360-degree inversions, from 'lie to fly' to 'fly to lie.' 
  • Take a thrilling journey into another world as the park’s first "lying down" ride is now available. 
  • The roller coaster track mimics the sensations of flight, allowing you to soar, spiral, and glide. 
  • G-forces are so high that you feel like you're almost touching the ground and the sky on Galactica. 

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Katanga Canyon


Congo River Rapids

  • Congo is one of the river rapids rides in Alton Tower built by Intamin.
  • This thrilling water adventure is appropriate for people of all ages. 
  • The Congo River Rapids require a minimum height of 1.1 metres. Younger riders must be accompanied by an adult (16+) who is at least 5 feet taller than they are.
  • Don't be surprised if things get a little crazy; when you begin to spin, bump, and whirl through waterfalls, after all there is no way to avoid getting wet on this ride!

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Runaway Mine Train

  • One of the family-friendly Alton Tower rides is the Runaway Mine Train, which is a steel roller coaster.
  • Katanga Canyon's low-G roller coaster takes you on a journey through the African mines, twisting through passageways and trees, near the Congo River Rapids. 
  • On your first lap, take in the scenery, because the train buzzes around much faster on the second lap, making the drastic turns and twists even more exciting.

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Mutiny Bay


Wicker Man

  • Wicker Man, one of the wooden Alton Towers rides stands on the spot of "The Flume," a former attraction at this amusement park.
  • A minimum height requirement of 1.2 metres is required to enjoy this ride, which includes three drops, two tunnels, and three trips through the Wicker Man. 
  • Get ready for a rollercoaster ride, combining cutting-edge special effects with traditional wooden coaster innovation!
  • People who have been chosen can board the Beornen's works train, which will take them deeper into the secretive world of the Boron family. 
  • As the train leaps towards the six-story high flaming effigy, the path is illuminated by the embers. 

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Heave Ho

  • Heave Ho is one of the rocking tug-style Alton Towers rides where you embark on an adventure on the open seas when you board the fiery pirate ship.
  • Slowly rotating as it moves upwards and downwards the half-pipe track, the ship on this ride gives riders the impression of sailing through rough seas.
  • As the swells in Mutiny Bay roll in, you sway with them. 
  • Heave Ho is a great ride for kids who want to go on pirate missions!

Marauder's Mayhem

  • Located in Mutiny Bay, Marauders Mayhem is one of the Alton Towers rides where you will be sucked into the whirlpool of gunpowder barrels and spun around at daring speeds.
  • Prepare for a wild ride on the Marauder's Mayhem, a rum barrel-filled TNT bomb.
  • You can choose how dizzy you want to feel while riding this teacups-themed ride, as the speed is in your control here.
  • Once the ride begins, you'll find yourself whirling around in circles as not only the ride itself but also parts of the floor spin on their own. 

Battle Galleons

  • Battle Galleons is one of the water rides in Alton Tower, which is an ocean-themed pirate ship that can be found in Mutiny Bay. 
  • This one allows participants and spectators to shoot each other with water guns. 
  • You and your family members must face off against one another, and could be forced to walk the plank if you fail this amusement ride.
  • Using a high-powered water cannon, aim and shoot! 
  • Your only defence against other seafaring pirates is a pair of cannon blaster water guns, and you can count on getting drenched to the skin.

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Gloomy Wood


Haunted Hollow

  • As one of the scariest Alton Towers rides, Haunted Hollow shortens guest journeys to the Gloomy Wood and the nearby areas in a unique way.
  • Explore the eerie Haunted Hollow, the gloomy woods, and the ancient house hidden in the trees to learn more about its eerie past. 
  • Get ready to Duel after you've met some of our spooky residents in the Haunted Hollow! 
  • Prepare to face the undead baddies and ghosts that consider the creepy old house their home amongst trees, as you venture into the Gloomy Woods.

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Duel: The Haunted House Strikes Back

  • Duel: The Haunted House Strikes Back is one of the darkest Alton Towers rides that opened in 1992.
  • Young riders with a height of 1.1 meters can now ride this old-timey ghost train in a brand-new way! 
  • Prepare your laser weapons and your mental faculties, and do not underestimate the undead!

Cloud Cuckoo Land


Cuckoo Cars Driving School

  • The driving school is one of the Alton Towers rides that gives children the freedom to explore the theme park's own private road system. 
  • This cuckoo kids ride has 30 cars buzzing around the track, so there's a lot of interactive fun. 
  • There's a car wash on the course because the miniature cars have to be kept as clean as possible! Before they get back on the road, kids enjoy moving through a cloud of bubbles.
  • Keep an eye out for the Lollipop Lady, Dolly, and the great big hedgehogs.
  • As you begin to learn the road rules, wander around the colourful maze and remember to stop at traffic light. 

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  1. What are the best attractions to visit in Alton Towers?

    1. Spinball WhizzerA massive pinball machine serves as the inspiration for this roller coaster. The track's twists and turns through the landscape, hurling riders in all directions! You get a one-of-a-kind experience because the weight and number of people riding in each car determine how fast it spins.

    2. Rita
    : Rita, the Modern launched roller coaster, known as "Queen of Speed" features tight turns and extreme airtime hills. Within the Dark Forest area, it stands 18 metres tall and accelerates from zero to 60 miles per hour in 2.5 seconds. This thrilling ride begins with a G-Force of 4.7 and maintains a speed of over 40 mph for the remainder of the trip.

    3. Nemesis:
    Nemesis is one of the best inverted roller coasters in the world. Rider's G-Forces will continue to climb through the bumpy craters enclosing a legendary monster as they drop dramatically through the air.

    4. Galactica:
    Virtual spacesuits, breathtaking visuals and a thrilling space adventure await riders in this incredible new ride, which uses cutting-edge technology. The roller coaster's twists, turns, and loops have been perfectly timed with the roller coaster's visuals to reimagine the pleasure of hurtling through space.

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  2. What are the best rides in Alton Towers for adults?

    1. Nemesis: This four-inversion roller coaster, which can reach speeds of up to 50 mph, has constantly been voted one of the best in the world in industry-led worldwide polls. The ride's plot revolves around an unearthed extra-terrestrial being.

    2. Oblivion: Oblivion, with its 4.5G drop, is one of the UK's most intense roller coaster experiences. The Dive Coaster was introduced to the world in this iconic thrill ride. Candidates are pushed to their physical and mental limits as this steel roller coaster giant plunges riders nearly 90 degrees to the ground below.

    3. TH13TEEN: As the first ever 'psychoaster,' TH13TEEN transports you deep into the Dark Forest far above Rita, a previously unexplored area of woodland. There's a vertical free fall on this roller coaster, which makes it unique.

    4. Blade: A moment of zero gravity is achieved as The Blade swings in the air. Discard your seat and let your stomach float somewhere above your head. This pendulum swing attains nearly vertical angles as it moves back and forth, and looks like a large industrial tool rising with zero gravity motion through the air. 

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  3. What are the best rides in Alton Towers for kids?

    1. Peter Rabbit Hippity Hop: In this ride, Lap bars allow passengers to "release their inner rabbit" as the ride gently lifts to the Towers's apex before making a series of flips that lift them repeatedly. The mischievous Benjamin Bunny, who has hid somewhere in Mr. McGregor's garden can be seen from the top.

    2. Octonauts Rollercoaster Adventure: As soon as you get on board the GUP Convoy, the Octonauts' underwater world will be yours to explore. Captain Barnacles invites your little ones to join him on an Octonauts mission on a family roller coaster and discover a whole ocean of fun.

    3. Bugbie Go round: Bugbie Go round is a sluggish merry go round ride where children can race their 3 kinds of carts namely outdoors, underwater and space around the track while their parents watch them go by at a distance. Additionally, each cart has a button that can be pressed to activate sounds.

    4. Heave Ho: Heave Ho is located directly across the street from Marauders Mayhem and is one of top Alton Towers rides for kids. It resembles a tamer version of a pirate ship, but it's still a lot of fun to ride on. Instead of going up and down, it sways back and forth.

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  4. What are the best theme parks for kids in london?

    1. Kidzania: A city within a city, KidZania is a place where children from the ages of four to fourteen can have fun while learning. They can be whatever they want and explore the city that was built just for them once they've gotten inside.

    2. Chessington World of Adventures: Chessington is the place to go if you're looking for adrenaline-pumping rides, animals, or underwater adventures. Attractions include dodgems, roller coasters, and rides for children of all ages in a variety of themes.

    3. Shrek’s Adventure! : Embark on a 4D adventure aboard the Dreamworks Tour Bus, where you'll be joined by the lovable Donkey. Shrek's Swamp and a mirror maze are just a couple of the live shows you'll see here.

    4. Thorpe Park: Thorpe Park is a great place for thrill-seekers. Take a ride on the fast Stealth, the first winged rollercoaster in the UK, and the twisting Colossus. This place is very famous among all the kids in London city.

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  5. Which is the biggest roller coaster ride in Alton Towers?

    One of the biggest Alton Towers rides has to be the steel roller-coaster called Smiler that is 30 meters long. With 14 loops, 85 kilometers/hour speed, and a track length three times longer than Oblivion, it's the most twisting track in the world.

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  6. What are the timings for Gangsta Granny rides in Alton Towers London?

    The Gangsta Granny rides in Alton Towers are open from 9 AM to 5 PM and 10 AM – 4 PM. Join Granny and Ben attempt history's greatest heist: stealing the Crown Jewels, and get ready to experience the new thrilling multi-sensory ride.

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