Discover Alice's adventures in wonderland at Erddig

A young girl dressed as Alice sits in the hollowed-out tree with wooden carvings of the White Rabbit and a large book

Enjoy a winter wonderland full of special memories at Erddig.

Classic story

Using Erddig’s iconic Grade 1 listed garden and outbuildings as a backdrop, a team of sculptors and artists have presented Erddig - and this classic Victorian story - in a new light.

Catch the popular trail before it closes on 29 January.
 

" Imagination is the only weapon in the war against reality."
- Lewis Carroll (Cheshire Cat)

International artist

International chainsaw artist Simon O'Rourke has been commissioned to create some exciting new sculptures for the trail including Alice, the White Rabbit and the Caterpillar.

Fun for all the family at Erddig
A child dressed as Alice thows a ball in giant card game

A hat to take home

Staff and volunteer artists and joiners have created a series of interactive displays to ensure families have a fun time filled with a little madness and nonsense. From shadow puppet shows and costumes to try,  to giant card ball games and making a mad hat to take home, this unforgettable trail will delight both young and old.

Enjoy a warming treat

Be sure to wrap up warm and share this unique opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle with family and friends in our 18th-century walled garden.  Once you’ve enjoyed the Victorian parterre, avenues of pleached limes, grand lawns and iconic topiary, visit our Hayloft restaurant for a tasty treat.

" Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast."
- Lewis Carroll (Alice)