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Santa's Lunches at Alton Towers from £21.50
Santa's Lunches at Alton Towers from £21.50

Santa's Lunches at Alton Towers from £21.50

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Escape to the world of the Alton Towers Resort, where everything has been transformed to become the hidden hideaway of Santa and his helpers.

Enjoy a Christmas break at this enchanting resort and take a sneak peak at all the fun and frolics that Santa and his helpers get up to.

Dates & Prices

Santas Lunch days are on 29 November, 6 & 13 December 2009.

29 November 2009: £29.50 for adults and £21.50 for children.

29 November 2009: £32.50 for adults and £24.50 for children.

Call 0871 222 6693 to book a Santa's Lunch by telephone.

What's included:Indulge your taste buds with a scrumptious Christmas lunch with all the trimmings

Visit Santa in his secret hideaway grotto

Meet Santa's amazing reindeer, who will be relaxing in the farm before their big night

Lunch guests will be able to enjoy a selection of children's rides and attractions at the Theme Park:

Sharkbait Reef by SEA LIFE, Berry Bish Bash, Riverbank Eye-Spy, Old MacDonalds Tractor Ride, Doodle-Doo Derby, Old MacDonalds Singing Barn, Dung Heap, Marauders Mayhem, Heave Ho!

Meet Santas reindeer, plus the Farmyards giant rabbits and miniature donkeys!

5 Comments

Hot deal or rip-off?

25 quid for a kid to have a Christmas dinner, some crap rides, a couple of donkeys disguised as Rudolph and fat rabbits?

Is this really worth £120 for two adults and two kids?

I don't think so!

wolfytom;6944376

Hot deal or rip-off?25 quid for a kid to have a Christmas dinner, some … Hot deal or rip-off?25 quid for a kid to have a Christmas dinner, some crap rides, a couple of donkeys disguised as Rudolph and fat rabbits?Is this really worth £120 for two adults and two kids?I don't think so!



its a great thing for young kiddies to go to, i will def be looking into it, ty op

wolfytom;6944376

Hot deal or rip-off?25 quid for a kid to have a Christmas dinner, some … Hot deal or rip-off?25 quid for a kid to have a Christmas dinner, some crap rides, a couple of donkeys disguised as Rudolph and fat rabbits?Is this really worth £120 for two adults and two kids?I don't think so!



Tis a rip off, they will no doubt cram people in so it'll be a case of 2 secs with Santa, a few dodgy animatronics and off to have one go on the over subscribed rides on offer (of which you will be lucky to get on one... just like the "kids 1/2 term events" earlier this year!!). Could be good but at that sort of price it aint worth the risk IMHO :thumbsup:

I have been to a similar deal at Alton Towers, the Santas sleepover and would highly recommend it, the father Christmas is really good think we spent about 10 - 15 minutes with him didnt feel rushed at all, the kids thought he was definately the real one and you get quite nice pressies as well . They have a snow machine outside the hotel to add to the christmas spirit, and the christmas dinner is lovely. Would recommend it heat left.

The santa sleepovers are also good you get quite a bit more than the lunches and we got it for £157.00 for a family of 4
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