Based on the 1865 novel by Lewis Carroll (Charles Dodgson), the 1951 film Alice in Wonderland shows young Alice as she follows the white rabbit through Wonderland and encounters many nonsense creatures and situations.
Visitors to the Magic Kingdom can ride teacups at the Mad Tea Party in both Disneyland and Disney World. Disneyland also has the dark ride Alice in Wonderland that follows the story line from the film.
Characters like the White Rabbit, Mad Hatter, Alice and the Red Queen meet near the Mad tea Party ride. The Mad Hatter is also available to meet at 1900 Park Fare, a character breakfast in the Grand Floridian Resort.
- Tea sandwiches
- Drink Me Juice: tape signs on juice boxes that say “Drink Me”
- Cookies: break and bake sugar cookies, use gel frosting to write “Eat
- Cheshire cat smiles (slices of melon)
- Mini Raspberry Cinnamon Treats
- Queen of Hearts’ Tarts
- Very Merry Unbirthday cake!
- Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center: Wander through the flowers like Alice in the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. Located at 4801 La Crosse Ave. Austin, 78739
- Ballet Austin presents Alice in Wonderland: May 12-14th at the Long Center
- Build a deck of cards house
- Make your own Talking Doorknob
- Printable Alice in Wonderland Stickers
- Play croquet with The Red Queen’s Mini Croquet Game
- Alice Book Plates
- Make a caterpillar: styrofoam balls for body segments, toothpicks
to stick them together, pipe cleaners for legs, googly eyes
- Golden Afternoon Flowers
Image: By Walt Disney (Original Trailer (1951)) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons