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Alton Towers Rethink Submission and Enterprise Closure

Alton Towers Rethink Submission and Enterprise Closure

Earlier this year, Alton Towers revealed that two of their rides, Submission and Enterprise, shall be closed for the 2012 season. The closure of the two rides was to aid the construction of Alton Towers’ planned Rollercoaster, codenamed SW7, which is due to open in 2013.

Today, however, Towerstimes received a statement from the park, in which the resort revealed the planned closures have been re-evaluated, and that the two rides shall remain open. The statement reads:

“We are delighted to confirm that both Submission and Enterprise in X-Sector will now be opening for the 2012 season.

A huge amount of work has been going on in the background to re-assess how we could keep these two ever popular attractions open should we be able to commence the preparatory work for the planned new rollercoaster opening in 2013, and we are now confident that we can achieve this. 

Enterprise and Submission will operate alongside Oblivion and the brand new Fried Chicken Co restaurant which opened during the February half term to fantastic feedback.”

This move is bound to be popular among thrill seekers and families alike, as Enterprise, and to an extent, Submission, continue to be a great experience for most ages.

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