Llandudno, Wales

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Alice in Wonderland Museum

 (Update:  This attraction closed in 2008 but some local business developers have purchased the little museum which they plan to reopen soon. Other Alice features in Llandudno are pending.

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Here is a related local news article in the Daily Post.

Also see:
Visit Llandudno for info about the Alice in Wonderland Trail.
Daily Mail article about 3D Alice in Wonderland App to use while visiting Llandudno.

Info written previous to 2008:
Open 7 days a week for 10:00am – 5:00pm (4pm Sundays) from Easter to the end of Oct. and Mon.-Sat. November to Easter. Price for an adult £2.95, child £2.50, Sr. Citizen £2.75.
This exhibit was absolutely beloved by my youngest daughter (8). She photographed every tableau. As a parent you may wish to skip this and just let the kids go “down the rabbit hole” with their headphones retelling the story. The gift shop would be a great place to mill about while waiting for your own little rabbits to reappear.

   
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2 Comments

  1. laura on July 10, 2013 at 3:27 pm

    Hi i usto go to this Alice and woundland musieam as a Child. Very sad to hear its closed. Do u know when the New musieam Will be openIng as i would love to take my son. Thanks Laura x

    • Sandy Nielsen on August 9, 2013 at 9:18 am

      It is sad that the Alice in Wonderland museum closed.

      We’ve learned that the Llandudno Museum currently has a temporary Alice in Wonderland exhibit, open through August 31, 2013. The museum’s webpage doesn’t describe it, but it is described on the museum’s June 6 entry on its Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Llandudno-Museum/125922620791728,
      which states the exhibit outlines the connection between the town and Alice.

      We’ll keep watching for any news about the new museum.

      Thank you for your comment!

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