Alice's Curious Labyrinth

Curiouser and curiouser!

This way, that way, up and over — Alice's confusing adventures in Wonderland are a maze of quirky characters, colourful flowers and frightful royalty!

Dash through the water jets, around the curving hedges and through the tricky Queen of Hearts Maze in this attraction entirely unique to Disneyland Paris.

Follow the White Rabbit around a curious series of mazes and tableux to find your way through Alice's Wonderland.

  • Opening Date

    12th April 1992

  • Attraction Type

    Walkthough hedge maze

  • Duration

    About 15-20 minutes to explore

  • Suitablility
    • Children 3-7
    • Children 8-12
    • Young Adults
    • Adults
    • Seniors


  • Alice's Curious Labyrinth is entirely unique and without comparison in the entire portfolio of Disney Parks worldwide. Never before or since has Disney created anything quite like this!
  • The many hedges of the labyrinth are of the Thuja coniferous variety, part of the cypress family. They were grown at a nursey in Northern France before being moved by over twenty trucks to the park and assembled using a precise numbering system for each piece.
  • Whilst the Labyrinth is nothing more complex than a themed path, the Queen of Hearts Maze does pose a moderate challenge to guests. In total, it features around 8 "dead-ends".
  • The main balcony of the Queen of Hearts Castle features a small spiral slide for children, leading into the main hall below. After less than one year of operation, however, it was closed due to operations and safety concerns.

Alice's Curious Labyrinth comprises 10 distinct scenes, with 22 characters from the film, 12 fountains and 24 decorative statues. From start to finish, it measures 366 metres long!


  • This attraction occasionally operates on a limited schedule, opening as late as 11pm and closing as early as 3pm. Always try to see it earlier in the day, as it usually closes before nightfall.


  • Fully accessible, except first and second floor balcones of Queen of Hearts Castle.