Alton Towers launches Halloween attraction for corporate groups

Alton Towers Resort is opening its Scarefest attraction for corporate hire over the Halloween season.

Dubbed as the theme park’s ‘most terrifying’ attraction, this year’s Scarefest will run from 17 October to 1 November, introducing a new challenge, ‘Operation Lockdown’, to its Sub Species maze.

The two-hour escape room involves a physical and immersive experience in a dark space involving team interaction and gameplay.

Rachael Cotton, head of trade and corporate sales at Alton Towers Resort, said, "At Alton Towers we are constantly seeking out ways to expand our conference and events offering at the Resort, in particular by utilising our leisure facilities and attractions. It’s fantastic that we can now open up Scarefest to the corporate market, offering a unique and truly terrifying way to bond with your team."

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