Alton Towers has revealed the first images of three of its new attractions, opening in CBB’s Land later this year.
Each attraction will be themed around an individual show – Hey Duggee, JoJo and Gran Gran and the Andes Adventures.
All three are set to open in the spring – although no exact date has yet been announced by the theme park.
Read more: West Midland Safari Park announces exciting new attractions for 2022 – and it’s a first for visitors
And now Alton Towers, located in Staffordshire, has shared images giving guests a glimpse of what those three attractions will look like when they open.
Young people can climb, slide, and pounce through interactive, sensory play areas at the Hey Duggy Big Adventure Badge attraction.
They’ll join the Squirrel Club and go on a big adventure to all their favorite Hey Duggy places.
They can even meet Duggee himself to collect his Big Adventure Badge and get a Big Duggee Hug – A-Woof!
And a brand new Hey Duggi live show “The Map Badge” is also coming to CBB’s Land for fans to enjoy.
While youngsters can let their curiosity run wild with JoJo and Gran Gran At Home as they play, create and explore the house from the hit TV animation show.
They’ll be able to call the Great Gran Gran in St. Lucia from the living room, and help bake Gran Gran’s famous banana bread in the kitchen.
They’ll be able to head out into Gran Gran’s garden to kick off the autumn leaves, watch the spring flowers grow and explore a maze, as well as find Jojo hiding in the garden.
And budding dinosaur fans can immerse themselves in prehistoric sights and sounds as they see what they can dig up and discover in the new live, interactive show attraction, Andes Adventure’s Dinosaur Dig.
They can visit Andy’s outpost and explore a prehistoric excavation site; Detection and analysis of fossils in fossils; Help Outpost create a new exhibit with the curators and learn about their discoveries in this live interactive show.
As part of the experience, guests will connect via video link to an exciting adventure by Andy with some Diplodocus some 150 million years ago.
They will also discover amazing animals; Help feed a very special baby dinosaur and even join in on one of Andy’s raps.
The arrival of the new attraction is part of a wider reimagining of the UK’s only CBeebies land – which will also include a new CBeebies Bug interactive trail, new and exciting entrance portal.
Big Fun Showtime will also feature a new live show in the Land with Bing and Flop where youngsters can meet and interact with some of CBB’s biggest stars.
And fans will also be able to enjoy the ultimate sleep in the upcoming new binge-themed bedroom at the CBeebies Land Hotel.
Larry Rolls, Marketing Director of Alton Towers Resort, said: “We are really excited to develop a fun program of entertainment and attractions at CBeebies Land, bringing even more TV favorites to life for families to enjoy with.
“We know that, like our existing line-up, these new additions will provide a truly immersive experience for young fans and really captivate their imaginations.
“We’re sure both parents and kids will love experiencing these fun additions and we can’t wait for our guests to enjoy them.”
CBB’s Land at Alton Towers Resort is home to children’s TV favorites, sparking guests’ imaginations as some of CBB’s favorite shows are brought to life.
The dedicated area is home to live shows, a large range of rides, as well as indoor and outdoor attractions, including the Furchester Hotel, Go Jeters, In the Night Garden, Octonauts, Postman Pat and Peter Rabbit.
Bhoomi also offers a full program of live entertainment.
Anyone interested in finding out more or getting the latest news on CBB’s Land at Alton Towers Resort should visit www.altontowers.com/cbeebiesland,
Read more: The best deals on attractions in the Midlands – including free tickets and half price offers
Read more: £3m tenpin bowling site to open in Black Country – with escape rooms, laser tag and karaoke booths
Get the latest information about Out, Night Out, Shopping and more with our daily Whats On Email updates.