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Rollercoaster Restaurant

A unique dining experience at Alton Towers Resort

The UK's first Rollercoaster Restaurant is set below a vast rollercoaster track, where you can watch as orders tackle gravity defying loop-the-loops before dropping to the table

Theme Park, Forbidden Valley
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Not Gluten (NGCI)

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The UK's first Rollercoaster Restaurant!

The Dine Of Your Life - The UK's first Rollercoaster Restaurant!

Located at Alton Towers Resort the Rollercoaster Restaurant is set below a vast rollercoaster track, where you can watch as orders tackle two gravity defying loop-the-loops before dropping 8 metres - the equivalent of two double decker buses - down the tornado spiral to the table.

Enjoy a full 360 degree dining experience and select from a brand new premium dining menu.

Get together with family and friends and make it even more special at the Rollercoaster Restaurant.

Lunch time booking is not essential, visit the restaurant on the day for the next available table. Booking for dinner time is essential to secure your table. 

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Dining Experience

The essence of Rollercoaster Restaurant is delivering incredible, tasty food along a vast rollercoaster track before dropping 8 metres down a tornado spiral to the centre of our large circular tables, so everyone shares the fun.

There may be cases of diners sharing their experience on the same tables as other guests.

Will your group's food speed to you before your neighbouring group?

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How to find us

The restaurant is located in Forbidden Valley and can be accessed inside the theme park if dining during normal theme park opening hours (Theme Park ticket or Merlin Annual Pass required).

If dining in the evening the restaurant is accessed via a new walkway with entry via an access gate near the hotels. Enter through the main entrance and follow the signs for Rollercoaster Restaurant.

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So glad we decided to dine at the Rollercoaster Restaurant, really added something special to our weekend at Alton Towers. The kids loved it.

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Latest information regarding Coronavirus

Further to recent updates from the Government on the response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we have taken the very difficult decision to close Alton Towers Resort until further notice.

Have a short break booked when the Resort is closed?
Following the latest Government guidelines (issued on 10th May), and given the continued uncertainty about when we will be able to reopen, we are now asking guests with short breaks booked between 1st June up to and including 3rd July to move your booking free of charge. Please see the FAQs below for information about how to do this. Our teams will be moving bookings in date order, so please bear with us. We will get back to you as fast as we can, but we must prioritise guests whose reservations are imminent.

Have a Park ticket pre-booked when the Resort is closed?
Guests with pre-booked theme park tickets for dates when the Alton Towers Theme Park is closed will be able to use their tickets on any other day during the 2020 theme park season (excluding Fireworks events on 6th, 7th and 8th November). Further information for guests with pre-booked and promotional tickets will be published on our website prior to opening.

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