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EXPERIENCE the thrills and spooks of the Alton Towers Resort this October with our fantastic Kids Go Free offer.

Our great deal includes FREE bed and breakfast at The Alton Towers Resort plus FREE theme park and waterpark entry.

Take advantage of our offer and kids can enjoy the whole experience for FREE, even during the October holidays.

Every child under 12 will get FREE entry to Alton Towers Theme Park with every full paying adult when you book a break at Alton Towers Resort.

You can journey into the unknown on TH13TEEN, the world's first free-fall drop coaster, where riders venture into the Dark Forest to face an evil force that has been unleashed from an ancient crypt.

Families can explore the hidden shipwreck of underwater fun, Sharkbait Reef by SEA LIFE located in the Pirate themed area Mutiny Bay, plus the fabulous fun area Cloud Cuckoo Land, especially for younger guests.

Stay at one of Alton Towers fantastically themed resort hotels with the kids' accommodation and scrumptious breakfast for free - plus children will get free access to the crazy tropical waterpark in the resort.

It boasts hundreds of amazing water features From lazy rivers and crazy cannons to the sensational speed of the Master Blaster water rollercoaster, this Caribbean lagoon offers gallons of excitement for all ages.

For spine-tingling spooks, the annual Alton Towers Resort Scarefest event returns for its fourth year from October 16 to 31, with haunting horrors and spooky fun for all the family.

THE AMAZING KIDS GO FREE OFFER INCLUDES (for children under 12): Free stay at one of Alton Towers' Resort hotels Free scrumptious breakfast Free theme park entry Free entry to Alton Towers Waterpark HOW TO BOOKSimply call 0871 222 9984 and quote "Record".

Visit and enter RECORD to plan your visit.
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Oct 1, 2010
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