All inclusive return train journey and entry to Alton Towers from £30 - HotUKDeals
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Dont miss Charlie and the Chocolate Factory(TM): The ride - a fantastical, multi-sensory £4.5 million indoor ride which takes families on an unforgettable adventure into the heart of the wondrous world of Willy Wonka and his great Chocolate Factory.



All-Inclusive Offer

Once again Virgin Trains are offering a fantastic all-inclusive ticket, including return travel to Stoke-on Trent, bus transfer between the station and Alton Towers and entry to the Park. These tickets are available from Monday to Saturday so you can get on with enjoying the thrills and spills!

If you can be flexible, you can buy these all-inclusive tickets 7 days in advance from as little as £30 return from Birmingham New Street, Wolverhampton, Manchester Piccadilly and Stockport and £35.50 from London Euston, Watford Junction and Milton Keynes Central. Further discounts are also available for under-16s.

The all-inclusive offer is excluded on the following days:

- Saturday 30 September
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#1
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - ha ha ha .. its a 30 min queue for a slow boat and projector show.

Alton are now also on their reduced ride system

*Skyride and Monorail: CLOSED during weekdays until 20th October.
*Flume and Rapids: Opening at 12 noon during weekdays until 20th October.
*Air, Nemesis, Rita and Oblivion: Operating at reduced capacity between 9am - 11am and 3:30pm until ride close on weekdays until 20th October.
*Submission, Enterprise and Corkscrew: Opening at 12 noon on weekdays during September and October.
*Bob the builder shows and Cred Street Playground: Duel operation until end of season.
*Hex: Closing 1 Hour before normal ride close during September and October.

http://www.towerstimes.co.uk/ is a good source of AT news and info
#2
if anyone goes avoid Charlie and the chocolate factory ride like the plague unless you have kiddies, its the worst ride ever, what a waste of 4.5 mil :roll:

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