ALTON Towers has February half term stays with access to the park, water park and golf course for £145 per family.
That works out as just £36.25 per person for up to two adults and two children.
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February half term is right around the corner and Alton Towers is geared up to provide some fun entertainment for kids in the holiday, as families can enjoy an overnight stay at the resort.
The park is offering an overnight stay at the Splash Landings Hotel, breakfast and access to the Mutiny Bay section of the theme park, which features watery battle ground Battle Galleons, and spinning teacups ride Marauder's Mayhem.
Visitors will get entry to the waterpark, Sealife's Sharkbait Reef aquarium, and get a free round of golf on a nine-hole course.
Adventurers can immerse themselves in an interactive adventure trail and families will be entertained by a pirate pantomime.
The offer is available from February 18 until February 27.
- Book a February half term stay at Alton Towers
The half term entertainment isn't the only new thing coming to Alton Towers in the coming months.
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