Alton Towers Resort is to hold the ultimate fireworks event later this year with what is set to be it’s biggest and best fireworks display ever. The extraordinary event has been planned to celebrate the launch of the Resort’s ultimate new rollercoaster, TH13TEEN, and to mark the 30th birthday of the theme park. It will run over three nights on 5th-7th November.
With the famous Towers as the backdrop, the event promises to deliver a world class spectacular fireworks display, unique to the UK’s number 1 theme park. What’s more, the theme park will remain open until 9pm* providing guests with the opportunity to enjoy world beating rides and attractions into the night.
Morwenna Angove, sales and marketing director at the Alton Towers Resort comments, “With the launch of our new ultimate rollercoaster TH13TEEN this year and our 30th birthday, our fireworks event will be an incredible way to end a hugely significant year for the Alton Towers Resort. The breathtaking display we have planned is a fitting way to celebrate the ultimate year for us and is sure to dazzle our guests.”
Alton Towers Resort’s famed firework displays were last held in November 2006 and will return for three fantastical nights on the 5th, 6th and 7th November 2010.
Tickets and hotel packages for the ultimate fireworks event at the Alton Towers Resort are available now. For further details please see at www.altontowers.com.
*A selection of rides will close for the duration of the fireworks display which is subject to license.
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Notes to editors:
Merlin Entertainments Group is the leading name in location based, branded family entertainment. Now Europe/UK’s No 1 and the world’s number two visitor attraction operator, it aims to deliver unique, memorable and rewarding experiences to its 38.5 million visitors worldwide (2009), through its iconic global and local brands, and the commitment and passion of its managers and employees. Merlin has 61 attractions and 6 hotels/2 holiday villages, in 13 countries, across three continents – Europe, North America and Asia – and employs over 14,000 staff.