If you ever wanted to make a pilgrimage to see some Alice-related sights in England (or is that just me?), or find Alice themes in your U.S. travels, here are some suggestions.

The Alice in Wonderland sculpture
in Central Park, New York City

The White Rabbit
, an Alice-themed store in Carmel-by-the-Sea, California

The Alice in Wonderland ride
at Disneyland in Anaheim, California

Alice in Wonderland Centre in Wales

Alice ride at Pleasure Beach Theme Park, Blackpool, UK

Adventure Wonderland in Bournemouth, UK

Alice’s Shop (the old sheep shop from Through the Looking Glass), Oxford, England (Check out Alice in Oxford for more local sightseeing suggestions in Lewis Carroll’s old stomping grounds.)

Larnach Castle, New Zealand, has several Alice elements in their gardens

Annual Alice Festival held every July in Vancouver, Canada. (After watching this video, I really hope to be able to attend this one year.)

And finally, one from my own area, the Alice in Wonderland exhibit at Enchanted Forest, which is a strange old theme park in Salem, Oregon that is a must-see for anyone interested in creepy animatronics, truly unnerving haunted houses, and storybook sculptures with a hint of menace scattered throughout a beautiful wooded setting. There are a few Alice sculptures there, and an awesome underground rabbit hole that you can crawl through – made and sized for children, of course, but honestly I think these things are even more fun as an adult. Here are a few of my own photos:

Enchanted Forest

If you know of any other Alice in Wonderland attractions anywhere in the world, please let me know about them!