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Alton Towers brand new Scarefest attraction now available for corporate hire

Alton Towers Resort offers a new twist for corporate events this Halloween season with exclusive hire of new Scarefest attraction, Operation Lockdown

Alton Towers Resort is set to unveil its most terrifying Scarefest to date, and for the first time is opening the attraction up to delegates for exclusive corporate hire. This year’s Scarefest will run from 17th October to 1st November and introduces a brand new challenge, Operation Lockdown within its Sub Species maze..

As part of the post-apocalyptic Sub Species maze, Operation Lockdown is taking Scarefest to the next level, offering a new late night horror escape for strictly over 18s. The two-hour escape room involves a physical and immersive experience in a dark space involving team interaction and real life gameplay.  

In scary situations we turn to our peers for support and so what better way to build team relations, test wits and encourage comradery, than to put a team through the terrifying test together. Alton Towers Resort will be doing just that this Halloween, opening up its brand new maze Operation Lockdown to delegates, adding a new thrilling option to the Resort’s current teambuilding activity portfolio.   

Rachael Cotton, Head of Trade and Corporate Sales at Alton Towers Resort, said, “At Alton Towers we are constantly seeking out ways to expand our conference and events offering at the Resort, in particular by utilising our leisure facilities and attractions. It’s fantastic that we can now open up Scarefest to the corporate market, offering a unique and truly terrifying way to bond with your team!”  

The new Sub Species Operation Lockdown attraction costs from £85 per person and can be added to any of the current delegate packages subject to availability. The attraction can accommodate between 9 and 27 delegates, between 10am to midday or 10pm to midnight, from 18th October until 1st November 2015.

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