When did the Alton Towers Dungeon Reopen?
The Dungeon re-opened on Saturday 18th July.
Do I need to book in advance?
We are reducing the number of guests going through the dungeon, so we are asking guests to book in advance to guarantee entry. If there is enough capacity, tickets will be available on the day from the Resort Box Office or using a QR code to purchase online at the attraction entrance.
Is the Dungeon the same price?
Yes, the Dungeon remains the same price as in 2019. Entrance to the Alton Towers Dungeon is free for Premium Season Pass holders.
Why can I only book tickets for 2, 3 or 4 people?
We have reduced the number of people who will be going through the Dungeon at any one time. For each time slot, we will only admit a maximum of 12 people in up to three groups, so ensure that we can maintain a safe distance between groups and our cast members.
What new measures have you introduced in the Dungeon?
We’ve reduced the number of people who can enter the Dungeon at any one time. As with some of our rides, guests will be asked to wear a face mask throughout the Dungeon experience, and our cast members will also be fearing face masks. Guests will be asked to sanitise their hands on the way into and out of the attraction, and enhanced cleaning will take place throughout the day. For peasants who visit us regularly, you may notice that some of the scenes have been amended to ensure social distancing throughout. Otherwise the attraction is unchanged and as hilariously gruesome as ever!
When will the Dungeon be open?
The Alton Towers Dungeon will be open daily from Saturday 18th July with the first show at 11.15am and last entrance at 4.30pm.