Alice in Wonderland 150th anniversary: events to celebrate.
Christ Church, the home of Alice in Wonderland and its creator Lewis Carroll, invites you to take afternoon tea in the exclusive surroundings of its Great Hall. The tea includes a selection of finger sandwiches, cakes and tarts, carefully crafted to reflect our unique associations with Alice in Wonderland. Tea will be served at 3pm with up to 30 guests and includes a talk on the author and his.
Afternoon Tea Oxford. Take part in the most traditional English pastime of afternoon tea in the heart of Oxford. With its large windows looking onto the famous colleges, Quod is the perfect stopping point during a walk of the city.
Tumble down the rabbit hole and arrive at this fun, themed Alice in Wonderland afternoon tea. This quirky tea is served in the formidable surrounds of the 5-Star Taj 51 in London’s Buckingham Gate. This impressive townhouse hotel seamlessly blends fine period features, colourful artwork and a unique but beautiful peacock wallpaper.
Celebrating the 150th anniversary of Alice in Wonderland, menus are hidden inside vintage books, kings and queens adorn teapots and sandwich plates decorated with zebras, birdcages and ticking clocks. The Mad Hatters afternoon tea menu features delectable savoury bites, including smoked salmon quails egg with caviar and cream cheese, and melt-in-your-mouth King of Hearts ham and parmesan.
The Oxford Canal; Castle Mill Stream; Folly Island; River stories. Alice in Wonderland; Services; Contact; Menu. Alice in Wonderland. Alice in Wonderland. On the River Isis at Salter's Wharf is where one of the most famous river trips in literary history began. The head of the River Public House, formerly Salter's Wharf. On a golden afternoon in 1862 Lewis Carol hired a boat with Alice.
Alice in Wonderland. And Alice Liddell (the real Alice) in Llandudno. All About Alice; Llandudno; Global; Where it all Started 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland' is a fictional novel published in 1865 by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, using the pseudonym Lewis Carroll. The author wrote a sequel, six years later (1871), titled 'Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There'. The Hotel.
For a really unforgettable Alice in Wonderland experience, visit Oxford on Alice’s Day on 6 July 2019 and enjoy a day full of events inspired by the classic story, including tea-parties, croquet, storytelling, workshops and much more.