".Adam" wrote:^ Sorry, but that's wrong...
Boiler House is 100% in the BH Tent. Carnival's location is still to be confirmed but I assume that will be housed in the BH Tent too now, seeing as CHS has a function (great booking towers, idiots) ;)
"anorman" wrote:Wow I have had it told to me by a hotel manager now, COS and BH are NOT officially happening yet. Still sounds like although its on the website they arnt set in stone yet :( guess that is why you cant buy tickets for them yet. :P
"Jollylee11" wrote:It could work but it won't be in the black hole tent, chances of that is very slim because of the new 2012 ride, they wouldn't have to time to put that in their, they need to rebuild and reconstructed the inside of the black hole for the dark ride, so untill its confirmed by alton, its a no no for the black hole tent [-X
"Jellyfeak" wrote:Wayne Burton's latest tweet: "Ooooo launching the maze tickets tomorrow including EST for Annual Pass holders!"
To my understanding EST is 'exclusive scare time' :)
"mrbrightside""][quote=""Jollylee11" wrote:It could work but it won't be in the black hole tent, chances of that is very slim because of the new 2012 ride, they wouldn't have to time to put that in their, they need to rebuild and reconstructed the inside of the black hole for the dark ride, so untill its confirmed by alton, its a no no for the black hole tent [-X
As with previous years, Alton Towers are now offering guests the chance to book their tickets for the Boiler House and Carnival Of Screams mazes in advance online. The combined maze ticket is available for £12 (making it currently the same price as last year's offerings).
Upon booking the ticket, guests must choose a time slot: these are half-an-hour long, and range from 12:00-12:30 to 21:00-21:30, confirming that the opening times of the mazes will be similar to those of Terror Of The Towers (which will still be included at no extra cost). Tickets are available for online purchase here, or from the Resort Box Office.
In another exciting piece of news, Alton Towers have announced that annual passholders will be given the exclusive opportunity to preview the Scarefest mazes before the public have access to them, on Saturday 15th October between 12-2pm. Tickets must still be booked in advance but are available at a 20% reduction of £9.60, and are only available to the first 600 passholders to book.
Will you be one of the 600? As always, you can discuss this, all things Scarefest, and all things Alton Towers on our forums, or leave a comment below!