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Alton Towers Reveals New CBeebies Land Attractions for Spring

CBeebies/BBC Studios Logos from the new CBebbies attractions at Alton Towers
“Hey Duggee” Big Adventure Badge, “Andy’s Adventures” Dinosaur Dig, and “JoJo & Gran Gran” At Home will join already existing attractions.

Three new additions will be arriving at CBeebies Land in Alton Towers Resort this spring as part of a wider, re-imagining CBeebies Land. 

CBeebies fans will enjoy a live show in the Land with Bing and Flop in Big Fun Showtime. Bingsters will also be able to enjoy the ultimate sleepover in “Bing”-themed bedrooms coming to CBeebies Land Hotel at the Resort. 

“We are really excited to grow the fun-packed program of entertainment and attractions in CBeebies Land, bringing to life even more TV favorites for families to enjoy together,” says Larry Roles, marketing director, Alton Towers Resort. “We know that, like our existing lineup, these new additions will provide a truly immersive experience for young fans and really captivate their imaginations. We’re sure both parents and children will love experiencing these fun additions and we cannot wait to see them being enjoyed by our guests.”  

“CBeebies Land offers a brilliant and unique opportunity for young children and their families to experience some of their favorite CBeebies shows and friends as they are brought to life,” says Natasha Spence, head of attractions, live entertainment, BBC Studios. “The additions of the brand-new ‘Hey Duggee’ play and adventure land and live show, plus ‘JoJo & Gran Gran’ and Andy’s Adventures attractions, as well as the new ‘Bing’ live show and themed hotel rooms are incredibly exciting and add to what is already a rich portfolio of children’s brands in this dedicated Land.”  

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