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Rides open until 9pm mazes and everything else open until very late.Cant see why this has been voted cold already??

After 4pm Ticket
Experience the spooky frights and fantastic thrills of the Alton Towers Resort’s Scarefest with the special after 4pm ticket. For just £10, encounter the Alton Towers Resort at night and experience all that Scarefest has to offer; venture into the Terror of the Towers if you dare or ride into the unknown on TH13TEEN!

With late night ride opening until 9pm and our terrifying mazes open even later, the after 4pm ticket is ideal for the ultimate evening treat! After 4pm tickets are available for visits between Monday 18 - Friday 22 October 2010.



Extra £6-10 for the maze(s)

http://www.altontowers.com/m-scarefest/content.aspx?s=attractions

+ £5 for parking
- bez

The maze tickets cost an extra £2 on Friday night.
- bez
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#1
Wouldnt imagine it being that busy at night either as the kids are still at school.But hey dont shoot me its just my thought!!!
#2
I keep iffing and arrrr'ing about the UK's version of Universals HHN (Halloween Horror Nights)... Has anyone been to Altons version? Are there people running around with chainsaws? A circle of prison inmates in straight jackets...
#3
think i'll give this a whirll
#4
I went last Thursday all day. Longest i had to wait was about 10/15 mins. Some rides straight on.
#5
Voted hot by me, if I weren't so pregnant I would def. be there !!
#6
Love Alton towers. Shame It's so far from me
#7
Kaosfusion
Voted hot by me, if I weren't so pregnant I would def. be there !!

That your Beardie?
#8
Paddy_o_furniture
Love Alton towers. Shame It's so far from me

Ten minute stroll for me! Although i wish Thorpe Park was closer to me.Much prefer that to Towers!
#9
parisp
Paddy_o_furniture
Love Alton towers. Shame It's so far from me


Ten minute stroll for me! Although i wish Thorpe Park was closer to me.Much prefer that to Towers!

You wouldn't get me away from this place. stayed at the splash Landings in August had a great weekend.
#10
£10 is a bargain for 5 hours in Alton towers. Pick the kids up from school at half 3, Home, changed and at Alton Towers for 4pm. (I'm not being sarcastic, I only live 5 miles away). We have annual passes, but if we did not, bargain!! School holidays in a weeks time too :-)
#11
Paddy_o_furniture
parisp
Paddy_o_furniture
Love Alton towers. Shame It's so far from me
Ten minute stroll for me! Although i wish Thorpe Park was closer to me.Much prefer that to Towers!
You wouldn't get me away from this place. stayed at the splash Landings in August had a great weekend.

The other perks are knowing plenty of people working there-always happy to lend their pass for free entrance!
#12
Well....5 hours when it wont be that busy will get you on lots of rides.In a busy period you wont get that much covered spending the whole day in the park
#13
I have a single adult/child ticket valid for 1 entry up to the end of October. £15 posted if anyone is interested. Pay with PPG. Can't post this till Wed so it would be with you Thursday.
#14
parisp
Well....5 hours when it wont be that busy will get you on lots of rides.In a busy period you wont get that much covered spending the whole day in the park


I agree, we have done 6 rides in a full day at peak time. Been early in the season and gone on whatever we want with minimal Q's.

Kids want to go at least two nights after school this week. They had better behave first!
#15
Been the last 2 years with 1st year being quiet (but v v cold) and last year was fairly busy. Either way this deal is a good un......for those close enough.
#16
trampsden
parisp
Well....5 hours when it wont be that busy will get you on lots of rides.In a busy period you wont get that much covered spending the whole day in the park
I agree, we have done 6 rides in a full day at peak time. Been early in the season and gone on whatever we want with minimal Q's.Kids want to go at least two nights after school this week. They had better behave first!

I havent told mine.If they are good they will have a nice suprise! Had so much fun last time we went.Got soaked in Mutiny Bay when everyone squirts you on the boats lol!! xx
#17
+ £5 for car parking!
#18
wazzay2k1
I keep iffing and arrrr'ing about the UK's version of Universals HHN (Halloween Horror Nights)...


Where is this HHN in the UK?? Ive googled it but couldnt find anything.
#19
DRAMBUI
wazzay2k1
I keep iffing and arrrr'ing about the UK's version of Universals HHN (Halloween Horror Nights)...
Where is this HHN in the UK?? Ive googled it but couldnt find anything.

REALLY??
He was merely wondering the difference between AT Scarefest to that of Universal's!!!

Edited By: parisp on Oct 17, 2010 20:35: .
#20
boltyboy
+ £5 for car parking!


Good point! Really annoying that you have to pay parking but at this price I'll go for it, thanks!
#21
parisp
Well....5 hours when it wont be that busy will get you on lots of rides.In a busy period you wont get that much covered spending the whole day in the park

I did the full day at the weekend last year. After 4 pm the place was overrun and the ride times shot from around 45 minutes to 1hr to 3hrs for the depending on the the ride popularity. Might be different for the weekdays, but be warned - the £10 offer pulls in big crowds! Don't leave the Terror of the Tower and other live actor "rides" till last. The queues for these just build and build - but it is worth doing.
#22
Florida HHH is one of the best things ever! has anyone been to both? £10 seems well cheap, heat added. apart from the weather and chances of it raining and being very cold and it being far far away from me this seems a top deal!
#23
jay_leeds
Florida HHH is one of the best things ever! has anyone been to both? £10 seems well cheap, heat added. apart from the weather and chances of it raining and being very cold and it being far far away from me this seems a top deal!

You've got everything going against you! Oh dear x
#24
HHN or Halloween Horror Nights is run by Universal Studios in both Florida and Hollywood. For 2 weeks of the year, they go to town with Halloween and i mean to town!

As said, they have people running around with chainsaws, and around 10 mazes where you walk through in pitch black, single file and to be scared the life out of you!

I was wondering if anyone has been to both, and can give a comparison on their experiences.

£10 seems cheap, then the £5er for parking... food inside the park (if needed), petrol to get there, can become an expensive and possibly wet evening
#25
parisp
jay_leeds
Florida HHH is one of the best things ever! has anyone been to both? £10 seems well cheap, heat added. apart from the weather and chances of it raining and being very cold and it being far far away from me this seems a top deal!


You've got everything going against you! Oh dear x

wazzay2k1
HHN or Halloween Horror Nights is run by Universal Studios in both Florida and Hollywood. For 2 weeks of the year, they go to town with Halloween and i mean to town!

As said, they have people running around with chainsaws, and around 10 mazes where you walk through in pitch black, single file and to be scared the life out of you!

I was wondering if anyone has been to both, and can give a comparison on their experiences.

£10 seems cheap, then the £5er for parking... food inside the park (if needed), petrol to get there, can become an expensive and possibly wet evening



I know but its a v.good deal n i'd love to go, with a few friends it'd be a laugh (few beers to)

ditto i asked the same thing
#26
I think you need to buy maze tickets on top of this. Which would make it £16-20 each... plus £5 parking.
#27
bez
I think you need to buy maze tickets on top of this. Which would make it £16-20 each... plus £5 parking.


Pfffffft.... forget it then.. maybe a good deal to those living close... but for those who have to travel 100 mile plus... forget it
#28
do annual card holders have to pay or are these dates included?
#29
be careful if you miss your national express coach, that's it you will be stuck there overnight. I missed my 5:50pm coach as I was relying on Alton Tower shuttle bus to get back to Stoke-on-trent town coach station.

I had to pay £120 to Virgin train back to London. I didn't know they don't run frequent service between alton tower (stoke-on-trent) and london. My free sun newspaper ticket cost me nearly £180 in the end.
#30
boltyboy
+ £5 for car parking!


what a rip off!
#31
fullmoon
be careful if you miss your national express coach, that's it you will be stuck there overnight. I missed my 5:50pm coach as I was relying on Alton Tower shuttle bus to get back to Stoke-on-trent town coach station.

I had to pay £120 to Virgin train back to London. I didn't know they don't run frequent service between alton tower (stoke-on-trent) and london. My free sun newspaper ticket cost me nearly £180 in the end.


dont u just hate it wen things like that happen! would have been cheaper to stay the night in the hotel maybe?
#32
Been going to Universal's Halloween Horror Nights for years and also Busch Gardens Howl 'O Scream. Just got back this weekend from Orlando actually. Trust me on this, if you are looking for Halloween Horror Nights you won't find anything like it in this country, trust me I have tried. The closest you will get is Thorpe Park's Fright Nights and they are even attempting a Scare Zone this year. The length, quality and fun of Universal and Busch Gardens houses are unmatched here. Thorpe Park's Asylum is the best of the bunch here by miles. If you guys are into haunts check out HHN and Howl 'O Scream next time you are in Orlando, you won't regret it. Open until 2am normally, 8 houses and 6 Scarezones, Jaws and The Mummy at night, you just can't go wrong...........
#33
jay_leeds
fullmoon
be careful if you miss your national express coach, that's it you will be stuck there overnight. I missed my 5:50pm coach as I was relying on Alton Tower shuttle bus to get back to Stoke-on-trent town coach station.

I had to pay £120 to Virgin train back to London. I didn't know they don't run frequent service between alton tower (stoke-on-trent) and london. My free sun newspaper ticket cost me nearly £180 in the end.


dont u just hate it wen things like that happen! would have been cheaper to stay the night in the hotel maybe?


yes,of course it would be cheaper to stay in hotel but both me and my wife got work next day. we couldn't afford not to go back to london.
#34
Pass holders get in free but still have to pay for the mazes the boiler house is back this year scarier than ever and the carnival of screams an abandoned circus where the clowns come out after dark!! If you aren't bothered then the terror of the towers is a free maze and is even more amazing than last year with more actors and lasts about ten minutes that's a long time in the dark with the dead and ghosts !

Going Tuesday and we'd will be our 16th and 17th visit this year since feb!!! If you're stopping in the hotel don't forget flambos is gorgeous although u do have to book as it gets busy

Edited By: TheJamesS on Oct 18, 2010 00:34: Update
#35
voted hot
#36
parisp
Paddy_o_furniture
Love Alton towers. Shame It's so far from me


Ten minute stroll for me! Although i wish Thorpe Park was closer to me.Much prefer that to Towers!


Ha I live 10mins from thorpe park and I prefer Alton towers....think we could swap places :)

Edited By: VN125250 on Oct 18, 2010 09:12: .
#37
I went this friday just gone and saw them setting it all up ...Looks like it would be a lot of fun just a pitty im a 2 hour drive away :(

Have to say thirteen is one crap ride, was the main reason I went as wasn't there last time in 2009 ..loved oblivion and nemesis and there was no que's so must have been on these ride's about 10 times each. Don't no why everyone que's for Reta true its a decent ride but id rather go on the above 5-10 times than stand waiting an hour just to have one quick go

Edited By: UniversalDave on Oct 18, 2010 10:51: words out of place
#38
Can you pay extra to fast track mazes as well?
#39
savinggrace
Can you pay extra to fast track mazes as well?


You select a time slot when you book so no need.

I just booked Friday night. Ended up costing £49 for 2 - so much for a £10er each! Still hot and should be a laugh :)

Edited By: bez on Oct 18, 2010 11:14: .
#40

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