So it is fair to say it has been a challenging time in the life of Alton Towers over the past 5 years or so. There was talk in the 2021 thread a few days back about the lack of capacity with food across the park that pretty much stems from the closures post 2015. It got me thinking about what else has been removed since the Smiler incident and whether they have been re-instated/replaced or not. The first thing that struck me is just how much was cut when you can see it all in a list, and I am sure I will have missed some things off as well. Attractions Hex - reopened Driving School - reopened Charlie and Choc Factory - replaced by Dungeons (upcharge) Ripsaw - not replaced The Flume - replaced by Wickerman Twirling Toadstool - not replaced Ice Age 4D - not replaced Sub-Terra - not replaced Wobble World - replaced by Gangsta Granny Entertainment Alton Towers Traffic Patrol - returned Pirates of Munity Bay Show - not replaced Shops Ice Age Shop - still closed Oblivion Shop - still closed Th13teen Shop - still closed Munity Bay Lego Shop - reopened as drink refill Food and Beverage Towers St Bar & Grill - still closed Courtyard BBQ - still closed Mexican Cantina - demolished and not replaced FV Burger Kitchen - still closed Refresh @ Ripsaw - still closed Forest Feast - reopened Wobble World Cafe - replaced by Raj's Shop Rehydrator Bar - reopened as Donut Factory Operations 4pm ride closures - still present Removed Baggage Rooms - not returned Removed single rider queues on Th13teen, Oblivion, Spinball and The Smiler - Smiler returned Mid-week closed dates - removed for 2021 Despite new additions such as Go Jetters in CBeebies the park is still down on rides, entertainment, F&B and shops 6 seasons later. What is everyone's view on what is the biggest gap that needs plugging? For me its anything that isn't a headline ride, so entertainment and filler rides. Some more variety in the choice of food would be good as well. There are many locations to buy hotdogs, donuts and burgers - but not much else.