UPSY Daisy, Postman Pat and Makka Pakka were the guests of honour as CBeebies Land officially opened its doors at Alton Towers.
The interactive new land, aimed at inspiring learning for youngsters through play, features some of CBeebies’ best-loved characters and shows including Something Special, In the Night Garden, Tree Fu Tom and Mr Bloom’s Nursery.
The attraction includes rides, immersive play areas, live experiences, character appearances and the resort said it will be a fun and safe environment for pre-schoolers to play and learn.
During their visit they can discover the Something Special Sensory Garden, or set sail through the In the Night Garden Magical Boat Ride to see if they can spot Igglepiggle, Upsy Daisy and Makka Pakka.
There will also be mayhem in Justin’s House where Justin and Robert need help to put the cherry on top of the perfect custard pie with the Pie-o-matic 5000.
There is also a chance to meet The Veggies in Mr Bloom’s Allotment, learn about the five senses in the Nina’s Science Lab, get delivering with Postman Pat’s Parcel Post, practice Tree Fu magic moves in Tree Fu Tom’s Training Camp, drive a Numtum Cart in the Numtums Number-Go-Round and enter the world of Charlie and Lola’s Moonsquirters and Greendrops.
CBeebies Land also features The Big Fun ShowTime pavilion which will host live experiences and entertainment including shows from Mike the Knight, The ZingZillas and Nina and The Neurons. Throughout the park, children will have opportunities to meet their favourite characters from In the Night Garden, Postman Pat, Mike the Knight, The ZingZillas and Tree Fu Tom.
The attraction will be updated with new content, while a varied programme will run alongside the main attractions.
More information on CBeebies Land is available at www.altontowers.com/cbeebiesland