Alton Towers launches 'Big Kids at Work' corporate package

Alton Towers has launched its new delegate package Big Kids at Work, utilising some of the more fun resort activities.

Delegates can enjoy a round of Extraordinary Golf
Delegates can enjoy a round of Extraordinary Golf

The package intends to take delegates out of the boardroom and back to their childhoods for the day, to inspire them to maximise their creative potential while working together as a team.

The package includes use of the Enchanted Forest Tree Top Quest high ropes course, the Waterpark and a round of Extraordinary Golf. Following a day at the resort, delegates will be able to go for a sleepover in one of Alton Towers’ themed rooms, which range from Sonic the Hedgehog to Peter Rabbit, where they can tuck into some sweet treats.

The ‘Big Kids at Work’ package costs £155 and includes one night’s accommodation at The Alton Towers Hotel in a Moon Voyage themed room with breakfast. There are a number of add-ons available.

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