Part of Oxford’s Alice’s Day Celebrations, 7 July 2018
Alice’s Parks and Pleasure Walk
A 90-minute walk through some of the less visited, quieter parts of the city, via the resting place of two Hatters, University Parks (for Pleasure and Delight!), to end at the ‘loveliest building of the plain’, the University Museum of Natural History (for more Alice’s Day activities). On the walk some of the real people, places, and events which inspired Alice’s Adventures will be revealed, as well as other landmarks of historical and literary interest.
Please note that as this walk is designed primarily for adults there will be no charge for accompanied primary-age children. Group size is limited to 20 persons.
Mark Davies, Oxford local historian and author, is the only guide endorsed by the Lewis Carroll Society.