Disney at Comic-Con, Day Two: Down the Rabbit Hole at the Alice in Wonderland Experience

For Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland, Walt Disney Studios has gone the extra mile to create this traveling exhibit featuring props and models from the upcoming feature. After entering the main doors, you travel down the rabbit hole into Alice’s room featuring a very large Alice model along with her dress, the drink me bottles, the eat me cakes and other props. Other rooms include the Mad Tea Party where you’ll find the Mad Hatter’s wardrobe (and hair), the Red Queen’s Throne room and the White Queen’s room which also contains battle gear for Alice and the Mad Hatter.

We are proud to bring you the following amazing photos from this exhibition. All photos © Eric Charbonneau/Le Studio/Wireimage and courtesy of Walt Disney Studios.

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4 thoughts on “Disney at Comic-Con, Day Two: Down the Rabbit Hole at the Alice in Wonderland Experience

  1. This is an excellent exhibition. As usual, very Disney and way over the top. Reminds me a bit of the DHS Narnia exhibit.

    Where was this? They sould take this on the road, similar to the train tour for the Christmas movie…

  2. this is in San Diego for Comic-Con. According to the signage and other sources, it is a traveling exhibit. I haven't seen a schedule yet though.

  3. this is in San Diego for Comic-Con. According to the signage and other sources, it is a traveling exhibit. I haven't seen a schedule yet though.

  4. this is in San Diego for Comic-Con. According to the signage and other sources, it is a traveling exhibit. I haven't seen a schedule yet though.

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