Alice in Wonderland

June 1958; rebuilt May 1983

Alice in Wonderland has the honor of being the Disney film with the most Disneyland attractions and other locations based on it: the Alice in Wonderland and Mat Tea Party rides, The Mad Hatter hat shop, and the Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee restrooms (the former for men; the latter for ladies).

The Alice in Wonderland ride itself is a tribute to the sixties-influenced psychedelic film of the same name, based on two Lewis Carroll books and a truckload of weed. Guests board vehicles shaped like the hookah-smoking caterpillar from the film and are taken on a journey into Wonderland. At the beginning of the ride, guests are given two choices: "After this, there is no turning back. You take the blue path, the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red path, you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes." Guests who choose the blue path find that their vehicle is taken immediately to the exit. We recommend the Red path.

Trivia: As your vehicle passes the animated caterpillar within the ride, try and get a whiff of the smoke he's breathing out then look at the dirt under the nail on your thumb. How do you know there isn't a little, tiny universe in that speck of dirt? How do you know that our universe isn't contained in the thumb dirt of some giant? Blows your mind, doesn't it?

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