Journey down an enchanted rabbit hole into the topsy-turvy realm of Wonderland. Hop atop a king-sized Caterpillar and follow the White Rabbit into the nonsensical realm made famous in the beloved animated movie. Down, Down, Down!
Wind your way along a curving path surrounded by surreal sights, dazzling colors and madcap music as you retrace the steps of Alice and her adventures in Wonderland. Coast through wacky places like White Rabbit’s House, Tulgey Wood and the Queen’s Garden, and encounter such zany inhabitants as:

Down and down you go, until you come face-to-face with the dreaded Queen of Hearts. Vexed by a game of croquet, she proclaims, "Off with their heads!" but as you try to leave, the Queen's bumbling army of playing cards blocks your way.

Alice in Wonderland is unique to Disneyland Park; you won’t find the attraction anywhere else. The famous Fantasyland attraction premiered on June 14, 1958, nearly 3 years after Disneyland Park opened to the public. It is based on Disney’s animated feature film Alice in Wonderland , which was released July 28, 1951. In 1984, the painted cut-outs of the original attraction were replaced with more lively three-dimensional sculpted characters. New lighting and special effects were also added. After 50 years, Alice in Wonderland continues to be a favorite stop in Fantasyland for both children and adults.

Journey down an enchanted rabbit hole into the topsy-turvy realm of Wonderland. Hop atop a king-sized Caterpillar and follow the White Rabbit into the nonsensical realm made famous in the beloved animated movie. Down, Down, Down!
Wind your way along a curving path surrounded by surreal sights, dazzling colors and madcap music as you retrace the steps of Alice and her adventures in Wonderland. Coast through wacky places like White Rabbit’s House, Tulgey Wood and the Queen’s Garden, and encounter such zany inhabitants as:

Down and down you go, until you come face-to-face with the dreaded Queen of Hearts. Vexed by a game of croquet, she proclaims, "Off with their heads!" but as you try to leave, the Queen's bumbling army of playing cards blocks your way.

Alice in Wonderland is unique to Disneyland Park; you won’t find the attraction anywhere else. The famous Fantasyland attraction premiered on June 14, 1958, nearly 3 years after Disneyland Park opened to the public. It is based on Disney’s animated feature film Alice in Wonderland , which was released July 28, 1951. In 1984, the painted cut-outs of the original attraction were replaced with more lively three-dimensional sculpted characters. New lighting and special effects were also added. After 50 years, Alice in Wonderland continues to be a favorite stop in Fantasyland for both children and adults.

Fall down the rabbit hole into Wonderland , a world premiere exhibition celebrating the timeless stories of Lewis Carroll and Alice’s adventures on screen.

From first gracing the page in 1865, Alice has delighted audiences and inspired artists across generations. In more than 40 cinematic odysseys, she has epitomised the best in animation, been an arthouse icon and a blockbuster success.

Alongside her journey through pop culture, Wonderland explores how filmmaking, special effects and technology have reimagined one of the world’s most beloved characters.

Journey down an enchanted rabbit hole into the topsy-turvy realm of Wonderland. Hop atop a king-sized Caterpillar and follow the White Rabbit into the nonsensical realm made famous in the beloved animated movie. Down, Down, Down!
Wind your way along a curving path surrounded by surreal sights, dazzling colors and madcap music as you retrace the steps of Alice and her adventures in Wonderland. Coast through wacky places like White Rabbit’s House, Tulgey Wood and the Queen’s Garden, and encounter such zany inhabitants as:

Down and down you go, until you come face-to-face with the dreaded Queen of Hearts. Vexed by a game of croquet, she proclaims, "Off with their heads!" but as you try to leave, the Queen's bumbling army of playing cards blocks your way.

Alice in Wonderland is unique to Disneyland Park; you won’t find the attraction anywhere else. The famous Fantasyland attraction premiered on June 14, 1958, nearly 3 years after Disneyland Park opened to the public. It is based on Disney’s animated feature film Alice in Wonderland , which was released July 28, 1951. In 1984, the painted cut-outs of the original attraction were replaced with more lively three-dimensional sculpted characters. New lighting and special effects were also added. After 50 years, Alice in Wonderland continues to be a favorite stop in Fantasyland for both children and adults.

Fall down the rabbit hole into Wonderland , a world premiere exhibition celebrating the timeless stories of Lewis Carroll and Alice’s adventures on screen.

From first gracing the page in 1865, Alice has delighted audiences and inspired artists across generations. In more than 40 cinematic odysseys, she has epitomised the best in animation, been an arthouse icon and a blockbuster success.

Alongside her journey through pop culture, Wonderland explores how filmmaking, special effects and technology have reimagined one of the world’s most beloved characters.

It gained popularity in the 1970's due to the "drug" culture fandom at the time, it was released in 1974, and then again in 1981. By the 1980's the initial consensus proved to be outdated. One of the biggest cult classics in the animation medium, the film gained critical praise and became one of the most popular Disney films of all time, as well as one of the most commercially successful Disney films (ironically considering it's initial disappointment). Today, it is not only universally considered the best film adaptation of Lewis Carrol's novel but one of Disney's greatest classics.

The Dormouse, the March Hare, and the Mad Hatter all come forth as witnesses that add nothing whatsoever to the trial at hand. When the subject of unbirthdays arises, everyone in the courtroom celebrates the Queen's. Thanks to some more mischief by the Cheshire Cat, pandemonium ensues. Alice suddenly remembers that the mushrooms were still in her pocket and shoves both pieces into her mouth, growing to gigantic proportions. At this size, Alice scolds the Queen for her rash behavior but then starts shrinking back to her normal size all too soon.

The Queen orders for her guards to execute Alice, which results in a frantic chase through Wonderland. Various characters Alice met on her journey appear and inexplicably join the Queen and her guards in their pursuit. Coming back to the Doorknob, Alice is told by him that he's still locked and that she's already on the other side. Looking through the keyhole, Alice sees herself asleep in the park. At that point, Alice realizes that everything in Wonderland is all just a dream. She urgently bangs on the door as the mob draws closer until she gradually awakens to the sound of her sister's voice. Both Alice and her sister wonder home, and Alice is still in thought of her crazy dream.

Journey down an enchanted rabbit hole into the topsy-turvy realm of Wonderland. Hop atop a king-sized Caterpillar and follow the White Rabbit into the nonsensical realm made famous in the beloved animated movie. Down, Down, Down!
Wind your way along a curving path surrounded by surreal sights, dazzling colors and madcap music as you retrace the steps of Alice and her adventures in Wonderland. Coast through wacky places like White Rabbit’s House, Tulgey Wood and the Queen’s Garden, and encounter such zany inhabitants as:

Down and down you go, until you come face-to-face with the dreaded Queen of Hearts. Vexed by a game of croquet, she proclaims, "Off with their heads!" but as you try to leave, the Queen's bumbling army of playing cards blocks your way.

Alice in Wonderland is unique to Disneyland Park; you won’t find the attraction anywhere else. The famous Fantasyland attraction premiered on June 14, 1958, nearly 3 years after Disneyland Park opened to the public. It is based on Disney’s animated feature film Alice in Wonderland , which was released July 28, 1951. In 1984, the painted cut-outs of the original attraction were replaced with more lively three-dimensional sculpted characters. New lighting and special effects were also added. After 50 years, Alice in Wonderland continues to be a favorite stop in Fantasyland for both children and adults.

Fall down the rabbit hole into Wonderland , a world premiere exhibition celebrating the timeless stories of Lewis Carroll and Alice’s adventures on screen.

From first gracing the page in 1865, Alice has delighted audiences and inspired artists across generations. In more than 40 cinematic odysseys, she has epitomised the best in animation, been an arthouse icon and a blockbuster success.

Alongside her journey through pop culture, Wonderland explores how filmmaking, special effects and technology have reimagined one of the world’s most beloved characters.

It gained popularity in the 1970's due to the "drug" culture fandom at the time, it was released in 1974, and then again in 1981. By the 1980's the initial consensus proved to be outdated. One of the biggest cult classics in the animation medium, the film gained critical praise and became one of the most popular Disney films of all time, as well as one of the most commercially successful Disney films (ironically considering it's initial disappointment). Today, it is not only universally considered the best film adaptation of Lewis Carrol's novel but one of Disney's greatest classics.

The Dormouse, the March Hare, and the Mad Hatter all come forth as witnesses that add nothing whatsoever to the trial at hand. When the subject of unbirthdays arises, everyone in the courtroom celebrates the Queen's. Thanks to some more mischief by the Cheshire Cat, pandemonium ensues. Alice suddenly remembers that the mushrooms were still in her pocket and shoves both pieces into her mouth, growing to gigantic proportions. At this size, Alice scolds the Queen for her rash behavior but then starts shrinking back to her normal size all too soon.

The Queen orders for her guards to execute Alice, which results in a frantic chase through Wonderland. Various characters Alice met on her journey appear and inexplicably join the Queen and her guards in their pursuit. Coming back to the Doorknob, Alice is told by him that he's still locked and that she's already on the other side. Looking through the keyhole, Alice sees herself asleep in the park. At that point, Alice realizes that everything in Wonderland is all just a dream. She urgently bangs on the door as the mob draws closer until she gradually awakens to the sound of her sister's voice. Both Alice and her sister wonder home, and Alice is still in thought of her crazy dream.

The journey began at Folly Bridge near Oxford and ended five miles away in the village of Godstow . During the trip the Reverend Dodgson told the girls a story that featured a bored little girl named Alice who goes looking for an adventure. The girls loved it, and Alice Liddell asked Dodgson to write it down for her. He began writing the manuscript of the story the next day, although that earliest version no longer exists. The girls and Dodgson took another boat trip a month later when he elaborated the plot to the story of Alice, and in November he began working on the manuscript in earnest. [8]

To add the finishing touches he researched natural history for the animals presented in the book, and then had the book examined by other children—particularly the children of George MacDonald . He added his own illustrations but approached John Tenniel to illustrate the book for publication, telling him that the story had been well liked by children. [8]

On 26 November 1864 he gave Alice the handwritten manuscript of Alice's Adventures Under Ground , with illustrations by Dodgson himself, dedicating it as "A Christmas Gift to a Dear Child in Memory of a Summer's Day". [9] Some, including Martin Gardner , speculate there was an earlier version that was destroyed later by Dodgson when he wrote a more elaborate copy by hand. [10]

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