First look at Alton Towers' new CBeebies Land attractions opening this year

First look at Alton Towers' new CBeebies Land attractions opening this year

ALTON Towers has revealed the first images of the new attractions at CBeebies Land opening later this year.

Guests will be able to visit three new rides and adventures, themed around some of the popular TV shows.

Hey Duggee, Andy’s Adventures, and JoJo & Gran Gran will feature throughout the land.

A Hey Duggee adventure land will feature a Clubhouse for kids to visit, where kids can climb, slide and bounce on.

Duggee the dog will also be at the attraction to meet guests, who will be giving out Big Adventure Badges too.

Kids will also be able to visit Jojo & Gran Gran's house, and interact with them along the way.

This includes meeting Great Gran Gran to help her bake banana bread, as well as visit the garden to learn about the wildlife.

And an Andy’s Adventure attraction will have a huge digging site to discover dinosaur bones and footprints.

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There will also be a new live show with new interactions of sights and sounds from the prehistoric era.

The park is yet to give an official opening date but confirmed it will be by spring 2022.

There will also be something new for guests staying at the CBeebies Land Hotel, with new Bing-themed rooms.

All of the new attractions are included in the park tickets, along with the other popular Cbeebies Land rides.

CBeebies Land is currently home to a range of shows, rides and attractions suited for kids, including family favourites Postman Pat, Peter Rabbit, In the Night Garden, The Teletubbies and Iggle Piggle.

And last year, the new Gangsta Granny: The Ride opened at the Alton Towers.

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