ALTON Towers is planning to fully re-open to thrill-seekers at the beginning of next month.
The brakes are expected to be released on the theme park's rides on Saturday, July 4.
The 550-acre park was forced to closed its gates to the public in March due to Covid-19.
The gardens re-opened to visitors earlier this month and now additional health and safety measures are being introduced to allow a full re-opening.
An Alton Towers spokesman assured visitors: "The health and safety of our guests and staff is always our number one priority and to keep everyone safe, we'll be introducing a number of additional hygiene and safety measures which you'll see in place when you next visit".
A phased re-opening will see strict limits on the initial number of guests who can visit the resort each day, as well as for individual attractions and facilities.
This is to maintain social distancing while making sure guests can enjoy the same number of rides and attractions as they would normally expect to.
In order to stick to these limits, bosses are considering a system of online booking, similar to their fireworks events.