Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

Share This:

Theme Park Investigator took a trip to CBeebies Land at Alton Towers this weekend, and we have some great photos for you today. The land is now a month old, and believe us, it looks great! Don’t go expecting advanced ride systems and mind blowing special effects, but as a much needed children’s sub-land at Alton Towers, it is certainly a worthy addition.

The various CBeebies properties are brought to life beautifully, and the land is full of colour and vibrancy (made all the more noticeable by the dull weather at the Park that day). Classic children’s programmes such as Postman Pat are brought to life alongside newer shows such as Nina and the Neurons and Tree Fu Tom. Characters were everywhere, and the place was packed despite a rather quiet day at the Park.

Alton Towers’ plan to appeal to families seems to be paying off, and again, the land looks stunning. Let’s just hope it stays this way despite the cruel nature of the British weather, which leaves a lot of the Resort looking tired and dirty in places. Check out our photo tour below:

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

CBeebies Land has a nice little entrance. There was a rope queue nearby, but it was a fairly quiet day so it wasn’t in use.

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

The Park’s shops are full of these little guys!

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

CBeebies Land’s map teases the colourful nature of the area.

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

Get Set Go Tree Top Adventure is a redress of the Park’s popular Squirrel Nutty Ride.

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

The ride gives a nice overview of the area.

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

The Something Special Sensory Garden is full of interactive exhibits for kids.

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

The land is looking really colourful!

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

One of Greendale’s residents, along the Postman Pat Parcel Post route.

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

Postman Pat Parcel Post brings a well loved British character to the Park.

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

Nina’s Science Lab, full of interactive exhibits.

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

The The Numtums Number-Go-Round is a very tame, fairly standard (but nicely themed) spinner ride.

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

Justin’s House Pie-O-Matic Factory.

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

In The Night Garden Magical Boat Ride. If you’ve never seen In The Night Garden, it is creepy!

You can see a clip of this show below. Warning! Creepy! From Youtube user DinoKing51:

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

Iggle Piggle waving at riders. Demonic.

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

ZiiiiiiiiiiiiiiingZillas!

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

Big Fun Showtime, a large stage and meet and greet area, featuring the Zingzillas.

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

Characters along the banks of the In The Night Garden Magical Boat Ride.

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

Tree Fu Training Camp, a large interactive playground.

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

The deck chairs are a nice touch!

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

The show was busy!

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

Postman Pat Parcel Post and Get Set Go Tree Top Adventure pass each other.

 Trip Report: CBeebies Land at Alton Towers Resort

Alton Towers are trialling a time slot system, similar to Dumbo at the Magic Kingdom.

And there you have it! Don’t forget to check us out on Facebook and Twitter too! Let us know what you think of CBeebies Land in the comments.


About Theme Park Investigator

Luke Dunsmore is a lover of Theme Parks, and is the editor of ThemeParkInvestigator.Com, a news, review and opinion site dedicated to the fascinating World of Theme Parks. He lives in Manchester, UK.