First Look At New CBeebies Land Attractions At Alton Towers
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Alton Towers has unveiled the first images of its new CBeebies Land attractions that will open this year.
The three new experiences are based on popular CBeebies shows that children will definitely recognise and love!
Hey Duggee: The Big Adventure Badge, Andy’s Adventures: Dinosaur Dig, as well as JoJo & Gran Gran At Home will join the attractions in CBeebies Land - and judging by the pictures they’re set to be your child’s new favourite place.
Hey Duggee: Big Adventure Badge will allow guests to climb, slide and bounce through the new adventure in a clubhouse, where they will also get the chance to meet Hey Duggee and collect their very own badge.
Fans will also be pleased to know that a brand new live show The Map Badge will join the lineup when the new attraction opens.
Dinosaur fanatics will definitely want to check out the prehistoric sights and sounds in the live interactive show attraction Andy’s Adventures: Dinosaur Dig.
Inspired by the hit CBeebies series Andy’s Adventures, this attraction will see guests digging and discovering prehistoric dinosaur bones and footprints.
Children will also be able to visit the house from the animated show JoJo & Gran Gran.
CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort brings some of CBeebies most beloved programmes to life.
It is home to live shows, a large range of rides, as well as indoor and outdoor attractions, including Furchester Hotel, Go Jetters, In the Night Garden, Octonauts, Postman Pat and Peter Rabbit.
Kids and families can also be treated to a full programme of live entertainment.
Larry Roles, marketing director for Alton Towers Resort, said: “These new additions will provide a truly immersive experience for young fans and really captivate their imaginations. We’re sure both parents and children will love experiencing these fun additions and we cannot wait to see them being enjoyed by our guests.”
While Natasha Spence, head of attractions, live entertainment, BBC Studio called the new additions “incredibly exciting”.
The park has not confirmed a specific opening date for the new attractions but confirmed they should open by the end of spring 2022.
Anyone wishing to find out more or get the latest news on CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort should visit www.altontowers.com/cbeebiesland.
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