Alton Towers has launched its new Wicker Man rollercoaster.
The new wooden coaster will send riders hurtling through a flaming structure in the first ever ride of its kind.
It is the world's first rollercoaster experience fusing wood and fire and has been in development for more than four years.
The centrepiece of the ride is the Wicker Man structure that stands at six-storeys high (57.57ft / 17.55m)
It has been created by Great Coasters International, the world’s leading creators of wooden rollercoasters
Alton Towers Resort has invested £16million into the creation of the ride which it says is unrelated to the 1974 horror film classic but simply shares the same name.
The ride was coded SW8, following the pattern of naming the resort's 'secret weapon' projects during their development.
Previously the SW moniker had been attached to Obivion, Nemesis, Air and Th13teen ahead of their unveiling.
Rigorous safety testing is now taking place before launch.
The Wicker Man announcement has left thrillseekers keen to try out the new ride.
But when can you go on it? How can you be first to try it?
When's the launch date for Wicker Man?
Alton Towers says the ride is due to launch in spring 2018, to coincide with the park's opening for the new season.
The Staffordshire theme park opens for 2018 on Saturday, March 17.
What are the opening times for Wicker Man?
During its opening season, Alton Towers theme park is generally open from 10am to 6pm each day.
Alton Towers is closed on some days through 2018 including March 21, April 18 and 26, May 2, 9, 16 and 23, September 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26 and October 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 15, 16 and 17.
The last day for the theme park in 2018 is October 18. But note that the attraction does open after that for the Halloween Scarefest event and the Bonfire Night fireworks displays.
How much are tickets for Wicker Man?
Tickets for an Online Saver giving one-day entry to the theme park are priced £27.50 for children (aged three to 11) and £33 for adults (anyone aged over 12).
You can also get a 1 Day Online Saver + £10 Fastrack Voucher for £32.50 for children (aged three to 11) and £38 for adults (anyone aged over 12).
You save over £20 when booking online at least five days in advance.
There are no individual tickets for specific theme park rides such as Wicker Man, they're all included in general admission.
If you think you'll be going back to experience the Wicker Man ride again and again, one option is to get a 2018 Season Pass, which is priced £55 and allows return visits until early October.
This pass has been confirmed to include the new Wicker Man.
Or get a Standard Merlin Annual Pass from £109 per person. This gives 12 months' entry into 32 top UK attractions, along with discounts on overnight stays and up to 20 per cent off food, drinks and shopping.