Alton Towers shares first images of brand new CBeebies Land attractions for 2022


Alton Towers has shared first look images of the new CBeebies Land attractions coming to the theme park for 2022 including Hey Duggee, Andy’s Adventures, and JoJo & Gran Gran

The entrance to CBeebies Land
CBeebies Land is getting three new attractions for 2022

Alton Towers has revealed the first images of its three new attractions opening in CBeebies Land in 2022, and they look set to be sure-fire hit with families.

Each new attraction will be themed around popular shows; Hey Duggee, Andy’s Adventures, and JoJo & Gran Gran, and judging by the first look images, they’re going to bring those beloved characters to life!

For a start, Hey Duggee fans will be able to take on a new play and adventure land with plenty for kids to climb on, slide down, and bounce through.

In fact, Alton Towers has offered a sneak peek with a rendering of the Hey Duggee Clubhouse which will look just like it’s right out of the show. In fact, Hey Duggee himself will be making daily experiences to meet fans and hand out Big Adventure Badges.

Concept art for the Hey Duggee clubhouse
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Meanwhile families will also be able to enjoy a brand new JoJo & Gran Gran At Home attraction, which judging by the first look rendering will take place inside a huge house that looks just like the set.

The resort had previously remained tight-lipped about what the attraction involves, but have now revealed that kids and their parents can enjoy fun activities such as calling Great Gran Gran from the sitting room, helping to bake her famous banana bread in the kitchen, and even get to explore a garden with a chance to kick autumn leaves, watch colourful flowers grow and, for adventurers, take on a brand new maze.

Families can visit Jojo & Gran Gran’s House
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The third attraction will be themed around Andy’s Adventures and will offer a brand new live and interactive show, Andy’s Adventures Dinosaur Dig, where families can discover plenty of prehistoric sights and sounds in the immersive experience.

The first-look concept art for this attraction suggests that it really will look like a huge prehistoric digging site, with large dinosaur bones, footprints and archaeological themed decor sure to add to the immersive feel.

Currently there is no confirmed opening date for the new attractions, but the resort has said that they will open in spring 2022.

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The three new attractions aren’t the only extra offerings families can discover when the theme park reopens for its season later this year.

Bing fans can also enjoy new Bing-themed rooms opening at the CBeebies Land Hotel, the resort’s on-site accommodation with suites themed around beloved favourites such as Gangsta Granny and In The Night Garden.

Then of course there are all of the existing attractions in CBeebies Land which include rides and attractions themed around the Octonauts, Peter Rabbit, In The Night Garden, Go Jetters and more.

Last year the theme park also opened a new Gangsta Granny ride inspired by David Walliams’ books, where families sit in a car and are taken through a multi-sensory experience as they join Ben and his Granny in an 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.

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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