alice in Winterland map

Unique, enchanting experience

Storytelling through handmade lanterns

Immersive and interactive adventure

Immerse yourself in the lantern festival

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to fall down a rabbit hole and find yourself in Wonderland filled with flamingos, illuminated playing cards and the Mad Hatter’s tea party? Luckily for you, you won’t have to fall down any holes this Christmas but you’ll find yourself in Alice’s Winterland right here.

pudding man

The Mad Hatter

See one of Alice in Wonderland’s most famous characters preparing for his tea party – the eccentric Mad Hatter!

flower garden

The Caterpillar

Meet the gigantic Caterpillar on his huge red illuminated mushroom and glaring eyes!

the white king


Come face to face with the famous Alice in Wonderland character, The Queen of Hearts.



Stand next to the 4 metre tall Alice lantern as you follow in her footsteps through the Winterland trail...



Immerse yourself in Winterland’s fantasy Flower Garden with life-sized mushrooms, illuminated tulips and much more!


The Pawns

Walk across the enormous red and white chessboard and attempt to outmanoeuvre the Giant Queen’

The Queen of Hearts


Can you guess who this is? None other than Tweedle-Dee ready to cause mayhem and mischief in Winterland.

the mad matter


The weird and the wonderful residents of Winterland, like the Pudding Man, are ready and waiting for you...


The Jabberwocky

Test your nerves as you come face to face with the formiddable Jabberwocky!

What You Can Expect at Alice in Winterland

Families can delight in the festive lights as they embark on a journey of discovery to meet the Mad Hatter, the Queen of Hearts and, of course, Alice on their magical trip. Hundreds of giant illuminated light sculptures will illustrate stories from Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass. Discover a giant chess board, watch the Mad Hatter prepare for his crazy tea party, marvel at the four-metre tall Alice lantern and come face to face with the infamous Queen herself.

Visitors can follow the luminous trail and immerse themselves in a glowing garden with massive mushrooms, illuminated tulips and even a flamingo or two as the evening becomes curiouser and curiouser…

Families can also enjoy some traditional fairground fun including a spin on the carousel and take to the night sky on the Skyrider. For little ones the Indoor Play Area and Young Fun Rides will be open, to entertain guests of all ages.

Food and drink will be on offer and guests can indulge in a seasonal glass of something tasty whilst enjoying the light experience.

Please note: The full theme park is not open.