Explore Alice in Wonderland destination


Alice-In-Wonderland(www.disneydreaming.com)

Alice-In-Wonderland(www.disneydreaming.com)

Alice in wonderland is one of the most wonderful stories written by Lewis Carol. It is a favourite for all time. In 2010 director Tim Burton brings Alice in Wonderland to live in movie, staring Mia Wasikowska as Alice, Johnny Depp as Mad Hatter, Helena Bonham Carter as the Red Queen and Anne Jacqueline Hathaway as the White Queen. You will be surprised on all the actress and actor appearance in the movie! It is totally different from their previous movie roles. Tim Burton brings Alice in Wonderland in 2010 to the world through Walt Disney Pictures in 3-D and IMAX 3-D and in regular theatre as well. In this article, I will be discussing about the location of the shooting of Alice in Wonderland. Are you curious about where the filming of Alice in Wonderland is taking place? Where did they create such marvellous scene?

 

Tim Burton Alice In Wonderland(www.disneydreaming.com)

Tim Burton Alice In Wonderland(www.disneydreaming.com)

Antony House at Torpoint, Cornwall, UK Cornwall is a famous location for movies filming. Many movies scenes were shot there; Johnny English, Wild West, Saving Grace, James Bond – Die another Day. The filming locations in Cornwall such as in St Austell, North coast around Port Isaac, Trebar with Srand, St Michael’s Mount. Most of the Victorian era’s scene in Alice, apart from the studio was filmed at Torpoint and Plymouth; mainly at Antony House in Torpoint, Cornwall.

 

anthony house (www.gardensofcorwall.com)

anthony house (www.gardensofcorwall.com)

anthony house(www.heliganbandb.com)

anthony house(www.heliganbandb.com)

A perfect, pocket-sized mansion; something beautifully symmetrical, with intimate interiors, wide views and landscaped gardens; is what Tim Burton is searching for, according to UK’s National Trust. That would be one of the reason why Anthony House is the on the top of the list. That is how the gorgeous, unique gem Antony House and its magnificently well-maintain Victorian gardens, became one of the most filmed locations of the Alice in the Wonderland film. It is also said that the famous Mad Hatter’s tea party become one of the scene that is filmed in Anthony House. Let’s talk a bit about Anthony House.

antony house(www.panoramio.com)

antony house(www.panoramio.com)

 Antony House was constructed between 1711 and 1721 for Sir William Carew. The estate has been owned to the Carew family since 15th century (over 600 years).

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www.i.dailymail.co.uk

The house is a home for marvellous created fine, stunning garden landscape, created by one of the great landscape Georgian garden designer, Humphrey Repton. The garden is so huge that the garden is stretching itself to the River Lynher. Cornwall Tourist board said that in Anthony house, one can explore the rainbows of the friendly garden with the children in tow, watching their glee as they are captivated by the cacophony of colours, the fairytale Japanese pond, the 10 metre Yew Cone and the fascinating modern sculptures which decorate the soft, green lawns.

antony house garden(www.gardenvisit.com)

antony house garden(www.gardenvisit.com)

 The House, unlike the house build in Victorian era, Anthony house was the modernisation house of the Victorian Era. Anthony House is not only famous for the garden but also well-known for its interior. The good quality of furniture, combining itself with beautiful painting, embroideries and tapestries has been collected by the Carew family over almost time since owning the house.

 

alice wonderland (www.iwatchstuff.com)

alice wonderland (www.iwatchstuff.com)

Charlestown Harbour, Charlestown, Cornwall, England, UK is also one of the shooting place for Alice in Wonderland movie. The tall ships in Charlestown harbour are used in Alice in Wonderland produced by Tim Burton The name Charlestown was from its port developer and owner; Charles Rasleigh during 1790-1810. Charlestown Harbour is a historic port of Charlestown. It is close to St Austell in Cornwall. The harbour was built with the intention mainly to ship China clay, even today; some China clay is still being exported. The port has not been developed further and retained its original form.

 

Charlestown(www.trefule.com)

Charlestown(www.trefule.com)

Charlestownhabour(www.fotothing.com)

Charlestownhabour(www.fotothing.com)

Charles town has become a working museum and a home to a variety of four masted sailing ships. It is home for variety collection of tall ships, which one can see often in movies and TV, and also has become one of the tourist attractions in Cornwall. The port is famous for movie and TV filming because it creates the atmosphere of traditional and unique background for sailing port. From time to time divers discover the remaining from shipwrecks that have been hundred years old. The remaining is collected and put in exhibition in Charlestown Shipwreck and Heritage centre. Again Cornwall is no stranger when it comes to the movies.

 

tall ship in charlstown(www.charlestownholidays.co.uk)

tall ship in charlstown(www.charlestownholidays.co.uk)

Culver Studios – 9336 W. Washington Blvd., Culver City, California, USA The studio used for many movies filming, including the famous classic from all time Gone with the Wind, the original King Kong, Alfred Hitchcock’s Rebecca, and Bewitched. Not only famous for filming classical movie, it is also used as the filming location of modern well know movie such as Stuart little, Armageddon, City Slickers and more. I guess now you also can add Alice in Wonderland. Alice in Wonderland might be the 1st 3D movie that is takes its filming in Culver Studio!

 

Culver Studios

Culver Studios

Thinking of holiday this 2010 in the place where filming Alice in Wonderland? Check out the hotels below in each city.

 Torpoint popular hotel Rame Barton Bed & Breakfast Torpoint

Rame bed & breakfast (www.hotelsbreak.com)

Rame bed & breakfast (www.hotelsbreak.com)

The traditional exterior of Rame Barton belies an elegant, stylish, comfortable environment within. This hotel is set in 2 acres of stunning Cornish countryside and in walking distance from the most breathtaking coastline in the UK. It is also close to the twin unspoilt fishing villages of Kingsand and Cawsand with many small beaches and traditional local pubs to one side and the spectaculer sandy beaches of Whitsand Bay to the other.

Bulland house Torpoint (www.hotelsbreak.com)

Bulland house Torpoint (www.hotelsbreak.com)

 Bulland House Torpoint Bulland House is a traditional Cornish Farmhouse, listed in Alastair Sawday’s Special Places to Stay 2009/10 and also an AA 4 star Bed & Breakfast rating. Located in the exquisite area of South East Cornwall, it is often referred to as the unspoilt ‘forgotten corner’ of Cornwall. It is set on the Rame Peninsular, with spectacular coastal views, numerous beaches, healthy walks, character fishing villages. The house lies within the Antony Estates which contains Antony House now in National Trust Ownership. Bulland House itself is full of character and charm, tastefully modernized and presented as a high quality bed and breakfast accommodation for discerning travellers to this exquisite area of South East Cornwall. This bed and Breakfast might be the nearest to Anthony House!

 Whitsand Bay Hotel Portwrinkle Torpoint

Whitsand Bay Hotel Portwrinkle Torpoint(www.hotelsbreak.com)

Whitsand Bay Hotel Portwrinkle Torpoint(www.hotelsbreak.com)

 With its central location, Whitsand Bay Hotel is within easy reach of most tourist attractions and business addresses in Torpoint. The Whitsand Bay Hotel boasts a convenient location with modern amenities in every guestroom and superb service.

 Charlestown hotel deals

Porth avallen hostel(www.hotelsbreak.com)

Porth avallen hostel(www.hotelsbreak.com)

Porth Avallen Hotel St Austell The Porth Avallen Hotel is located in Carlyon Bay making it one of the best hotels to stay at while in town. All hotels’ guestrooms have all the conveniences expected in a hotel in its class to suit guests’ utmost comforts (discountworldhotel). It is the near Charlestown harbour, only 0.7 km to Charlestown.

Cliff head st Austell (www.hotelsbreak.com)

Cliff head st Austell (www.hotelsbreak.com)

 Cliff Head Hotel St Austell It is built as a prestigious hotel by a local tradesman in 1934. The Cliff Head hotel has been under private ownership for many years. It is perfectly located on a private road in Carlyon Bay directly opposite the Carlyon Bay hotel. Overlooking beautiful sandy beaches and coves and close to many scenic cliff top walks offering gorgeous panoramic views of the amazing Cornish coastline. The town of Charlestown with its Shipwreck Centre museum is only 2km away. The National Maritime museum is 30km away in the town of Falmouth, it is where guests can learn all about the maritime history of Cornwall or view the Sealife from the ‘Underwater Tidal Zone’. Its 1.4 km to Charlestown

The Carlyon Bay Hotel, St Austell (www.hotelsbreak.com)

The Carlyon Bay Hotel, St Austell (www.hotelsbreak.com)

 The Carlyon hotel dealsBay hotel deals St Austell Carlyon Bay l is one of Cornwall’s most luxurious places to stay. With 250 acres of secluded gardens and grounds, including our own championship golf course, extensive leisure facilities and award winning cuisine, and Spa. It is located only 2 miles from the acclaimed Eden Project and a mere 10 minutes drive from the Lost Gardens of Heligan, the Carlyon Bay. Charlestown Harbour is 1.3 km from the hotel

culver hotel (www.hotelsbreak.com)

culver hotel (www.hotelsbreak.com)

Hotels at Culver city, California: Culver hotel deals It is Historic 1924 flat-iron shaped hotel, offering best location in Culver City and West LA. One can talk a walk to Sony or Culver Studios, Culver City Art Walk with 60+ galleries, watch movies, live theatres, and go to LA’s best new restaurants and bar in downtown Culver City.



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