The first photographs of the brand new CBeebies Land attractions for 2022 have been released by Alton Towers

The first photographs of the brand new CBeebies Land attractions for 2022 have been released by Alton Towers

The first photographs of the brand new CBeebies Land attractions for 2022 have been released by Alton Towers

The first photographs of Alton Towers' three new attractions, which will debut in CBeebies Land in 2022, have been released, and they appear to be a sure-fire hit with families.

Each new attraction will be based on a popular programme, such as Hey Duggee, Andy's Adventures, or JoJo & Gran Gran, and based on the first look photographs, they'll bring those cherished characters to life!

For starters, fans of Hey Duggee will be able to explore a new play and adventure world with plenty of things for youngsters to climb on, slide down, and bounce around.

cbeebies-alton-towers-resort

Indeed, Alton Towers has provided a sneak glimpse with a depiction of the Hey Duggee Clubhouse, which will appear to be straight from the show. In fact, Hey Duggee will be meeting fans and handing out Big Adventure Badges on a regular basis.

Meanwhile, families will be able to experience a fresh new JoJo & Gran Gran At Home attraction, which will take place within a massive house that looks just like the set, according to the first look rendering.

The resort had previously kept the details of the attraction under wraps, but has now revealed that children and their parents will be able to participate in activities such as calling Great Gran Gran from the sitting room, helping her bake her famous banana bread in the kitchen, and even exploring a garden where they will be able to kick autumn leaves, watch colourful flowers grow, and, for the brave, take on a brand new maze.

The third attraction will be based on Andy's Adventures and will feature Andy's Adventures Dinosaur Dig, a fresh new live and interactive performance where families will be able to uncover lots of ancient sights and sounds in an immersive experience.

The attraction's concept image reveals that it will seem like a massive ancient excavation site, complete with giant dinosaur bones, footprints, and archaeological-themed décor to add to the immersive experience.

The new attractions do not have an official launch date yet, although the resort has stated that they will open in spring 2022.

When the theme park reopens for the season later this year, visitors will find more than just the three new rides.

New Bing-themed rooms are also coming at the CBeebies Land Hotel, the resort's on-site lodging, with suites based on cherished favourites including Gangsta Granny and In The Night Garden.

Then there's CBeebies Land's current attractions, which include rides and attractions based on the Octonauts, Peter Rabbit, In The Night Garden, Go Jetters, and more.

Last year, the theme park debuted a new Gangsta Granny ride based on David Walliams' novels, in which families board a vehicle and embark on a multi-sensory adventure with Ben and his Granny as they attempt to steal the Crown Jewels.

The ride is part of a new World of David Walliams land with other highlights including a Royal Carousel and Raj's Bouncy Bottom attraction.

Tickets to Alton Towers start from £34 when pre-booked online. Find out more on altontowers.com.

Leave a comment

* Required fields

Please note: comments must be approved before they are published.