There are several shops completely dedicated to Alice in Wonderland products – and not just in the United Kingdom! If you’re in one of the area’s mentioned below, be sure to pay those shops a visit.
Alice’s Shop / “The Old Sheep Shop” (Oxford, UK)
The most famous Alice in Wonderland shop is of course the souvenir shop in Oxford, which was actually encorporated into ‘Through the Looking Glass’! The little shop is literally stuffed to the brim with all kinds of Alice in Wonderland souvenirs. It is located directly in front of Christ Church, where Lewis Carroll and Alice lived, so you can combine a visit to these historical and fun places!
Location: 83 St Aldates, Oxford, UK – https://aliceinwonderlandshop.com/
Alice Through the Looking Glass (London, UK)
Alice Through The Looking Glass is a boutique filled with amongst others gifts, memorabilia, artwork, clothing, stationary and rare editions of Lewis Carroll’s books. They also have a mini museum that features special (not for sale) items and a white pet rabbit!
The shop opened in 2012. In 2016 they also opened the Alice Through The Looking Glass pop up shop in Fenwick Bond Street. Their collection of rare books, art prints, t-shirts, ceramics and several other (gift) items is on the ground floor.
Location: 14 Cecil Court, London, UK – https://alicelooking.co.uk/
The White Rabbit (Whitby, UK)
This Alice in Wonderland themed shop in Whitby sells Alice in Wonderland items as well as items inspired by Wonderland, like gifts, crafts, clothing, furniture, handmade jewellery, steampunk, china, homewares and more.
Location: 31-33 Skinner St, Whitby, North Yorkshire, UK – https://www.whiterabbitwhitby.co.uk/
Alice on Wednesday (Tokyo/Nagoya/Osaka/Fukuoka, Japan)
This store is big: it encompasses 3 floors! But you’ll have to make an effort to enter it – there are several doors in the outer wall and you have to guess which door leads to the shop…
On the first floor of the shop is the ‘White Queen’s Kitchen’. This floor offers a variety of sweets, like popcorn and marshmallow, as well as ‘Drink Me’ bottles and ‘Eat Me’ cookies. On the second floor is the ‘Queen of Heart’s Courtroom’. It contains lots of accessories, like bags, (ear)rings, and necklaces. The top floor is the ‘Mad Hatter’s Atelier’. Here you can find miscellaneous Alice in Wonderland items, among which shirts, clocks, and umbrella’s.
The shop first opened its doors in October of 2014 in Nagoya and now they also have branches in Tokyo, Fukuoka, and Osaka. The four stores are similar, but not exact replica’s. The names of the floors differ and they also sell slightly different items. The shop in Osaka for example also sells products like tableware and stationery.
Location: 2-20-25 Osu, Naka-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi / 6-28-3 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo / 1-3-3 Daimyo, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka / 2-12-25 Nishi Shinsaibashi, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Japan – http://www.aliceonwednesday.jp/concept
Alice in the Village (Old Mystic Village / Foxboro, USA)
Alice in the Village is mainly a tea room, completely decorated in an Alice in Wonderland theme. However they also have a small gift shop, where you can find all kinds of items based on Tenniel’s illustrations as well as Disney’s movies. Some of them are licenced Disney products.
They are located in Connecticut as well as Massachusetts.
Location: 27 Coogan Blvd., Old Mystic Village (CT) / 266 Patriot Place, Foxboro (MA), USA – https://www.aliceinthevillage.net/
Do you know of other shops that are dedicated to selling Alice in Wonderland themed products? Let me know!