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Alton Towers

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Alton Towers Resort, commonly referred to as Alton Towers, is a theme park, waterpark, and hotel complex in the county of Staffordshire, United Kingdom. It is the flagship attraction of Merlin Entertainments in the United Kingdom. The site opened in 1860 with flower shows and garden tours until a theme park was built on the site in 1980.

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Google previewThe Playful Crowd (2005)

Pleasure Places in the Twentieth Century by Gary Cross, John K. Walton

Alton Towers is a historical site whose past has become less relevant although the distinctiveness of the surroundings remains an asset. This is an unusual example where heritage and amusement park are united, but it serves also as a ...

Google previewIntermediate Business (2000)

by Carol Carysforth, Mike Neild

Alton Towers is a theme park that aims to provide family entertainment in a safe environment and include 'cutting- edge' rides ...

Google previewThe Gardener's Magazine and Register of Rural & Domestic Improvement (1831)

Alton Towers is a very singular place, both in its geology, which is peculiarly adapted for grand and picturesque effects, and in what has been done to ...

Google previewTourism, Leisure and Recreation (1999)

by Garrett Nagle

Alton Towers is a special case and is almost a 'national' theme park. Over half of its visitors come from outside the region: special train services from London and coach services from other cities and resorts are available. Value of the market in ...

Google previewInternational Encyclopedia of Hospitality Management 2nd edition (2012)

by Abraham Pizam

Alton Towers Theme Part, UK, Warner Brothers Theme Park, Australia and any number of franchise operations). Clearly ...

Google previewA General and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire by John Burke (1838)

by John Burke

Seam—Alton Towers, tatfordshire', Heythorp House, ...

Google previewThe Grove Encyclopedia of Medieval Art and Architecture (2012)

by Colum Hourihane

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