CBeebies Land – An Alton Tower Experience

CBeebies Land - An Alton Tower Experience

A couple of weeks ago, we were invited to Alton Tower for a day experience from a relative of ours who works for Mears Foundation. They couldn’t go so they have invited us to go instead. It was a corporate days out, so it was free for us all! I also managed to kept it a secrete from the kiddos until we got there!

It took us just over 2 hours drive. We left around 10:30am and got there around lunch time. Thank goodness I bought us some packed lunch to nibble in the care. On the way there, Evelyn had a little nap, Ethan was so excited that he decided not to nap and stayed awake all the way to Alton Tower!

I’ve never been there before. I love the the drive up to Alton Tower through the little towns were so full of charms and if we had more time I most would definitely have love to stay there over at a weekend and explore more.

Once we’ve got there, we had to park our car in the far end and got the sky train ride to the entrance. I could see Ethan and Evelyn’s excitement when they saw the roller coasters lopping around at high speed. They have ever been on one before, and they eyes were gleaming with joy!

An Alton Tower Experience

I asked the security kindly if they could take a photo of us, unfortunately, they chopped off the top part. Oh well…

Straight away, once we got inside – we went straight into the CBeebies Land. E&E want to go straight to Octonauts Rollercoaster Adventure, but we had to walked through Mr Tumble’s Favourite Things first. Evelyn thought the snail looked a bit funny – she thought it has a resemblance to a faeces! Kid’s imagination hay. lol! Ethan loves the crazy mirror. He want me to get one and put it in our garden too! lol!

An Alton Tower Experience


We continue on our path to Octonauts Rollercoaster Adventure, and went passed the Get Set Go Tree Top Adventure and gave that a missed. Oh! The Queue! It was Enormous! But when we got to Octonauts Rollercoaster Adventure it self – it was even worst! We thought it was going to take just half an hour – but it took us a whole hour just for a quick 4 minutes ride!! Wow! It was that bad! But Ethan and Evelyn thoroughly enjoyed it and even want to go again! Perhaps our next visit to Alton Tower I told them. Unfortunately, I did not get a shot of us whilst zooming round the ride but do check our little vlog at the end of a clip that I’d filmed whilst we were queuing which felt like an eternity at that point of time.

Quickly I diverged them to explore other parts of the park.  We wanted to go to the Go Jetters, but first we went passed the Big Fun Showtime. We actually missed the show and only caught the end of it when the mascot was posing for a photo session. It was Tom from Tree Fu Tom. I remembered Ethan used to do the steps of Tom’s power action. He was pretty good at it. So I asked Ethan if he wants to take a photo of him. Ethan was very pleased to be asked. Evelyn on-the-other-hand was not too impressed with the Big Tom and opted out.

I've asked the security kindly if they could take a photo of us, unfortunately, they chopped off the top part. Oh well...

We later found out that Go Jetters ride weren’t ready to open yet, and the kids have shown a little disappointment faces. I can understand why. Go Jetters ride will be ready will be ready by this Summer coming – if anyone would like to go and visit. Nevertheless, next to it was the Tree Fu Tom Training Camp. This certainly cheered up E&E as they were free to roam around – everywhere! Some of the equipment pose a bit challenging for Evelyn as she was rather petit for her to enjoy.

An Alton Tower Experience


After that, we were kind of wandering aimlessly, and then in to Mr. Bloom’s Allotment. I didn’t think the kids would be interested in this, but they did! Mr. Bloom’s representative made it so much fun for the kids. They played game – asking the kids to find the hidden coins around the gardens and give it to Compo. Oh it was fun – seeing the kids trying frantically to find the coins and basting into each because they were in such a rush to find the next one. It was chaos! lol! They then get to got inside the shade and did some sing song activities too. It was so lovely seeing the E&E got so engaged with the vegetable characters.

An Alton Tower Experience

We head-on the continuous path and explored a little of Charlie and Lola’s Moonsquirters & Greendrops. Inside was an interactive, dress-up panel wardrobe for both Charlie and Lola and E&E had to dress them in a correct outfit. When they do – the interactive screen will give you applauses. It was getting a little late and so we decided to miss the Greendrops part this time too.

An Alton Tower Experience

Ethan moan a little as he really wanted to play in the Greendrops area. It is really a soft ball house for small kids. However, his entertainment did not just stop there –  once we were inside Justin’s House Pie-O-Matic Factory. Ethan was well away to happiness zone. Honestly, it was just full of fun chaos! Yes, it was loud but E&E really enjoyed themselves in their. It was like a giant soft play paintball thingy that -you can deliberately hurt people if you wanted to – but no – the aim is to shot the balls into the factory pie holes, so that Robert can make more pies.

Next up was the Nina’s Science Lab. E&E find this area very magical. They get to have hands on scientific fun exploring just how clever their own neurons are. Evelyn likes the bubbles tubbie thingy and Ethan was fascinated with the electricity flow ball.

An Alton Tower Experience

It was now 3pm, and before we head off home, E&E saw a face paint tent and of course why not?! Evelyn had a butterfly. Ethan originally wanted a dinosaur but then he was a girl with an amazing Tiger face and so he wanted one like that too. And of course the Tiger mascot nearby giving free haribo sweets out came and join E&E in the photo. I thought that was so lovely! You can see the one with the Tiger on our Instagram here.

An Alton Tower Experience

Here is Evelyn trying to make a butterfly with her hands.

An Alton Tower Experience


Next to it was a big Trampoline Bungee Jump thingy. It was Evelyn’s second time and Ethan’s… sorry I’ve lost count – many times. They thoroughly enjoy their few minutes bungeeing around before we headed home.

Ethan told me that the best thing he enjoyed today was the Octonauts Rollercoaster Adventure. Evelyn then follow suit. I should have asked Evelyn first – she seem to follow his brother’s answer about everything at the moment. lol! I have my suspicion that she thoroughly enjoys Mr. Bloom’s Allotment more. Well, I particular like Mr. Bloom’s Allotment anyway. The entertainment was so good!

Even though, we didn’t managed to see and go on every rides of the CBeebies Land, let alone the rest of Alton Towers itself – it was plentiful for us for the day. We got home by 7pm that evening and was so glad to be about to put our feet up finally.

Perhaps, next time we’ll stay at the CBeebies Land Hotel to make most of our fun last even longer!

Many thanks to our lovely relatives for inviting us there!

Here’s a little vlog to sum up our day!

Thank you for reading and watching!

Don’t forget to subscribe our YouTube channel here!

This post is linked with #TotsTravel#CountryKidsFamily Days Out

Affiliate links: The affiliate is for your convenience.

Last chance to save up to 20% on Alton Towers Resort Short Breaks!

An Alton Tower Experience

Packages include 2 Days For 1 entry per person, a stay in Resort accommodation, breakfast and FREE parking.
Ends: 31st March 2017
T&Cs: Terms and conditions apply. Save up to 20% is only applicable when booked before 31st March 2017. Please note that this offer excludes the CBeebies Land Hotel and Enchanted Village Treehouses. 2 Days For 1 entry is a Theme Park entry day that can be used on any day during your break, between your hotel check-in and check-out date. 2 Days For 1 entry does not apply to themed weekends held at the Alton Towers Hotels. 2 Days For 1 entry applies to main season breaks and excludes winter packages. Breakfast is included with all packages unless stated otherwise at the time of booking. This ticket/offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, discount promotion, reward or loyalty program, or be transferred to an existing booking. Offer valid when booked as part of a hotel and ticket package. Resort benefits, extras and activities are subject to change and availability. Reservations must be paid in full at time of booking and are non-transferable and non-refundable. Please note: additional charges apply for upgrades. Room prices vary and are subject to change. All rooms are subject to availability at time of booking. Please be advised that one guest per room must be 18 years old or over. Guests wishing to use the Alton Towers Waterpark must adhere to the terms and conditions. Please see the Alton Towers Waterpark page for more details.

Never miss a post! Subscribe to our mailing list via Email


Su {Ethan & Evelyn}

Su blogs at Ethan & Evelyn. Ethan (7) & Evelyn (4) are her children. Her blog was originally an online diary but quickly transformed. She blogs about their life adventures of her experiences of motherhood, lifestyle, food, crafts, and travel. Her blog was awarded the Coupon Machine Travel Blog Top100 (#37) in 2016. The #MadBlogAwards 2016 Nominated for Best Craft Blog, Best Family Travel Blog, and Best Preschool Blog. She is a now a Freelance Writer, a Photographer, Co-creator of #ExplorerKids IG community. Host of #FabFridayPost and #ExplorerKids Linkys. And a Kids Yoga Teacher too! Connect with her on Twitter & Instagram @ethannevelyn

Find me on: Web | Twitter | Facebook


  1. 27/03/2017 / 8:35 pm

    We’ve yet to visit CBebies Land. Thank you for the tour. #CountryKids

  2. 28/03/2017 / 1:13 am

    I’ve not been to Alton Towers since I was a child, I’m sure it has changed so much. CBeebies hadn’t even been invented then, never mind arrived at Alton Towers. I can see how much fun a visit here would be and I’m not surprised your two enjoyed it so much. I’m sure at Ethan’s age my kids would have loved that roller coaster too, though the allotment looks wonderfully creative and interactive.

    Thank you for sharing an amazing looking day on #CountryKids

  3. 28/03/2017 / 11:05 am

    This looks fantastic and my trio would love it there! #countrykidsfun

  4. 29/03/2017 / 2:47 pm

    Wow, what an incredible day out! It looks like you had so much fun. I’ve never been to Alton Towers but would like to take my youngest before he grows out of CBeebies. #countrykids

  5. 30/03/2017 / 10:32 am

    We’ve been to CBeebies Land a couple of times and my girls love it there. What a shame the Go Jetters ride wasn’t yet open. It’s definitely on my list next time we go as Jessica keeps asking me if she can drive the Vroomster when she grows up and this is the nearest she can get to it! Mr Bloom’s Allotment was a big favourite with us too – I love the way it really captures the magic of the TV programme. The queues are definitely the downside though – having to queue for an hour for a four minute ride is not much fun. Sounds like you managed to fit plenty in to your day out though and had a lovely time. #countrykids

  6. 30/03/2017 / 11:06 am

    This looks so much fun! I haven’t been to Alton Towers since I was little and I remember it being the best place ever. CBeebies Land always looks amazing. It is definitely another to add to the bucket list before they get too big! #countrykids

  7. 30/03/2017 / 4:19 pm

    My kids would love this, and it looks like you all had a lot of fun 🙂 #countrykids

  8. 31/03/2017 / 9:21 am

    It looks great Su, we are a long drive from Alton Towers too. My Dad took us when I was a teenager and I remember loving it and queueing for ages to go on the rides. Sarah #FabFridayPost

  9. 31/03/2017 / 1:57 pm

    Your kids look like they had a lot of fun! That picture of them with the crazy mirror is priceless!

  10. 31/03/2017 / 8:48 pm

    looks like such a fun day out. I haven’t been in years so maybe it’s now time I went back:)



  11. 31/03/2017 / 11:21 pm

    Looks like you had a lovely day. I’ve not been to Alton Towers since I was 13!

  12. 03/04/2017 / 11:31 am

    That looks such fun for children of the right age 🙂 When the Tubblet that age we went to the CBeebies Christmas party, the Fimbles Live and Charlie & Lola and she loved them 🙂 (Charlie & Lola was my favourite. The writer has such a good ear for how children of that age talk)

  13. 03/04/2017 / 6:51 pm

    Oh we LOVE Alton towers and Cbeebies land, and my little thrill seeker love the Octonauts the best too! It’s fab for kids, and the last few times we have been it hasn’t been too busy. We’ve never stayed at the hotel there yet either but we do keep meaning to! #fabfridaypost

  14. 03/04/2017 / 8:43 pm

    Oh I’d love to take our two to CBeebies Land so this was really useful! I’ve seen previews of the hotel which looks like it might be good fun so maybe we’ll wait until that opens and book a whole break there to really get the most out of the place! Thanks for such a comprehensive tour!

  15. 04/04/2017 / 4:08 pm

    Looks like a great place to take the little ones. Too bad about the long line for the rides. I’ve experienced that before. It’s easy to spend most of the day waiting in lines at some places.#FabFridayPost

  16. 05/04/2017 / 4:13 pm

    We have never been to CBeebies land, however from looking at these photos I think that needs to change. The kids would love it, queues aside x #FabFridayPost

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Shopping cart

Shipping and discount codes are added at checkout.