Alice's Curious Labyrinth reviews
Theme Park Insider readers offer their ratings and reviews for Alice's Curious Labyrinth, a walk through in Fantasyland at Disneyland Paris.
Written by Oak A
This attraction, themed, obviously, to Disney's 1951 feature film as opposed to Lewis Carroll's novel, is bifurcated into two distinct portions. One themed to the Tulgey Wood, and Alice's encounters prior to meeting the Queen of Hearts, and the other to the Queen of Hearts' hedge maze, in which Alice assisted three of the queen's peons paint the roses red.
This is a fun semi-guided maze that made me smile and laugh over and over again. Most of the characters from the film have made it in somewhere and there are surprises around many corners. There are also great views from the Red Queen's Tower. - Amy Tucker
Great fun walking through the dizzying paths up to the Queen of Hearts castle for a fantastic view of Adventureland. Packed with incident and nice little touches. - Ian Robinson
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