Nothing's ever dull in Justin's House, and even baking a pie can be exciting when you add in a big dash of fun. After all, why would you want one pie when you could use the Pie-O-Matic and end up with a whole factory of fun?
You'll need to use your wits and all the factory's amazing inventions to help Justin, Robert and Little Monster to make the best pies in the world. Get those cherries flying through the air, fill the conveyors and stock the machines in this mad-cap fun house where children are sure to have an amazing time.
Justin welcomes all his friends and adults are more then welcome to join in the fun too, though if they prefer they can take to the viewing gallery, which is protected behind a cherry-proof net.
Previously the building that now houses the Pie-O-Matic Factory was built as part of the Britannia Building Society Farm way back in 1989, and functioned as a barn, providing warmth and shelter to a small range of farmyard animals.
By 2003 however, the farm animals were long gone and Alton Towers decided that the farm needed a new attraction for the park's younger visitors, so they teamed up with Ribena and unleashed Ribena Berry Bish Bash. The attraction proved to be a popular attraction and has wowed little visitors ever since.
In September 2013 Berry Bish Bash closed it's doors in preparation for a new theme in Alton Towers brand new CBeebies land. It was announced in January 2014 that the ride would become Justin's House Pie-O-Matic Factory, however fans of the original attraction need not have worried as, despite a new name and look, the attraction remains very similar to the Bish Bash we know and love.