made a brief return to Alton Towers during the 2005 season,
having been in retirement since 1993. However Henry
isn't the only mascot Alton Towers has had over the years, several
cuddly characters have represented the park, and one or two not so
cuddly characters too.
Here we take a
look at some of the most popular mascots the park has seen.
While he has always been at Alton Towers Bunbury first met Henry
Hound in 1993 when he introduced the Land of Make Believe to the
park. He appeared on and off for many years, last appearing in
the 2001 fireworks display.
original Alton Towers mascots, these cartoon-like characters
spent many happy years entertaining the children around the
park, frequently appearing on Talbot Street, though sometimes
popping up on Towers Street.
Alton Towers famous mascot is descended from the famous Talbot
Hounds who appear on heraldry around the Towers. After being
absent for most on the '90s Henry returned to the Towers for the