This fall the free New York walking tour will turn wondrous because some locations along the way will be part of an immersive Alice in Wonderland experience.
Alice in Wonderland Experience in New York
The event is expected to begin this fall. It will take place in Tribeca on September 17, in Central Park on October 8, in Greenwich Village on October 29, and on the Upper West Side on November 19.
The whole Alice in Wonderland Experience in New York will be organized by CluedUpp Games. During the event, the ticket holders will have to follow Alice down the rabbit hole. They will help her solve challenges along the way and “uncover a dark conspiracy at the heart of Wonderland”.
By helping Alice you can win an award in the following categories:
- Fastest team
- Best Fancy Dress (Alice in Wonderland Inspired)
- The Best Team Picture
- Best Team Name
- The Best Mini Player (Under 16’s Prize)
- Pawesome Pooch (Best Dog Photo)
How to help Alice?
You’ll be able to help her with the aid of modern technologies and download the app. The event will kick off at 9 am, but you can join it whenever you feel that suits you.
A single ticket is enough for the whole team, which can fit up to 6 adults. Everyone under 16 or on four legs enters for free.
Chasing Andy Warhol
If you’re looking for cool things to do until the Alice in Wonderland Experience takes New York by storm, then check out our free tour. Or go see Chasing Andy Warhol. It’s is a new theatrical production by Bated Breath Theatre Company—the same folks behind the longest-running pandemic-friendly show Voyeur: The Windows of Toulouse-Lautrec.
Writer-director Mara Lieberman’s Chasing Andy Warhol follows the wiggy pop artist and famous industrialist through vignettes of theater, dance, and scenic effects throughout the East Village. Groups of audience members are rolled out at 45-minute intervals on each performance day.