Alice in Wonderland. Blenheim Palace

I visited the Alice in Wonderland exhibition at Blenheim Palace last week and I was enchanted with how gorgeous everything looked. It is pricey, but so worth it. Also, there is a Christmas market with lots of food, including some delicious vegan churros and a Merry-go-Round. Enjoy the pictures!

Blenheim. Entrance

Entrance to Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland exhibition

Tunel of tree branches


little fairy door

Exhibit at Alice in Wonderland

Christmas tree

Room decorated for Christmas


Detail of bauble

Alice in Wonderland decorations in a room

Alice looking at the cat

The Queen of Hearts

Bauble with hearts




Carrot cake

Decoration on table

Tree with painted roses



Churros with chocolate sauce


Merry-go-Round 2

4 Comment

  1. I love Alice in Wonderland! Those decorations look beautiful, and it must have been even better in person. I’m going to see something similar tomorrow, the castle of Vaux-le-Vicomte (in France) which has been decked for Christmas. I hope it is as pretty as Blenheim Palace here!

    Julia xx

  2. Oh wow!!!!!!!!!!!!! It looks brilliant! Will it be there during Christmas week as I am spending Christmas in Oxfordshire near Abingdon so not so bad to get to Blenheim!?

    1. Yes, it is open on the Christmas week too. I suggest buying the tickets online, before going there, to be sure you have the time slot you want and also that is not fully booked.

  3. What an incredible exhibition! I visited Blenheim years ago, but there certainly wasn’t anything fun like this going on. The churros look delicious. (and I like your festive nail polish)

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