Alice in Wonderland... movie sets - through the looking glass

Posted March 23, 2010 by Christina

While I realize that most of this movie was made with special effects there were some filming locations and you cannot fail to mention the use of props that look just amazing!  The new older Alice is a very refreshing change I think.

You have to love the tea party now matter how scary it is!  Look at those vintage tea pots and Johnny Depp is there somewhere!  This is the new party theme for Spring a Mad Hatter's Tea.

I love the detailing in the Queen's castle.. The eye patch is the best... and those little monkeys holding the candles.

In the scene where Alice sails to China she is in Charlstown Harbor in England.

The Antony house in Cornwall is Alice's home in the movie. Since the movie has come out the Antony house is offering tours including Alice's bedroom.  They also have included a tea room and added various movie related pieces to their gardens. 

Have you seen the movie yet?  What do you think?

If you have not seen the trailer check it out here...

Set locations:

Antony House, Torpoint, Cornwall, England, UK
Charlestown Harbour, Charlestown, Cornwall, England, UK
(Dockers Scene/Alice Sails to China)
Cornwall, England, UK
Culver Studios - 9336 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, California, USA
Los Angeles, California, USA
Plymouth, Devon, England, UK
Sony Pictures Studios - 10202 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, California, USA
The Barbican, Plymouth, Devon, England, UK
information and images via imdb


Balsamo Antiques and Interior Design

i want that house!!!

Fri Oct 17 13:38:31 2014

cottage and vine

I saw the movie last weekend. I agree, the older Alice was refreshing and the scenes provided lots of eye candy. My favorite part of the entire movie though, was the Queen. Her make-up, costume, and mannerisms kept me in stitches the entire movie…off with their heads.

Also liked Anne Hathaway, The White Queen, with her highly contrasting features.

Not crazy about the story line.

Fri Oct 17 13:38:31 2014


I haven’t seen the movie yet, but I already want to LIVE in it! So much fun, I can hardly bear it!

Fri Oct 17 13:38:30 2014

erica@ moth design+luxe life

I’m in complete agreement. Loved the movie. It’s creative and refreshing change. :)

Fri Oct 17 13:38:30 2014

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