jjoverrun wrote:This is not a question special to 2015 but I have always wanted to know why air slows down for 10 seconds or so on the lift hill then speeds up again?
RIDECRAZY wrote:Yeah I'll give one a ring in the morning, just thought someone on her might of used one before, saving the hassle of a ring! Can the Kellogg's 2FOR1 vouchers be used during half term? They don't expire till April 2015, just scared of exclusion dates! Anyone know or planning on using them?
I actually have a week on so am hoping after all these years to attend a TT meet.
The 28/03/15 meet can i get a few details please. Cost, is it a day or over night trip, how does it all work really
Thank you in advance.
gmonster wrote:Hi folks,
This will be the 1st time going to Towers with my partner in a wheelchair so we have not noticed disabled access before, but do the rides have wheelchair access seperate to normal waiting line? Cheers
At Alton Towers there are usually designated disabilities/wheelchair queue, but for some rides you will queue at the exit of the ride. Hope this helps and you have a good day
lewis97 wrote:Most rides' wheelchair access is via their exit or a designated disabled queueline. To be able to access the park's attractions in this way, you will need to ensure that you visit Guest Services at the beginning of your day to collect a Ride Access Pass and wristband. Your partner will need to bring photographic ID and documentation detailing their disability, in order to be eligible for the Pass.
The resort have a leaflet with all the information, which can be found here.
TTheory wrote:You get given a card so when you go on a big ride, they write a time you can ride another big ride.
kenmac15 wrote:Thought so, only asked as me & my daughter have annual passes but the ex Mrs is coming as well & she doesn't & wanted to stay till Monday but that's out the window then lol